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Tame Impala cancels Oklahoma arena show due to coronavirus pandemic

Tame Impala [Photo provided]
Tame Impala [Photo provided]

TULSA - Tame Impala's postponed show at Tulsa's BOK Center has been canceled. 

As previously reported, Tame Impala - Kevin Parker's Australian psychedelic pop project was originally slated to play the Tulsa arena on July 21. The concert was postponed in April due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

Tame Impala announced today a series of rescheduled 2021 tour dates from the postponed summer run. The Grammy-nominated band will kick off its 2021 tour in Mexico City on July 22 and wrap up three months later in Miami on Oct. 18, according to Billboard. 

Unfortunately, the Tulsa show did not the list of rescheduled dates.

Refund information is located at the point of purchase, according to an advisory from the venue. Tickets purchased with a credit card through Ticketmaster will receive automatic refunds. For more information, go to

Parker released his fourth album as Tame Impala, "The Slow Rush," in February. 


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