The Grady Nichols Christmas Show, a Tulsa Tradition, will return for its seventh season this year. The 2023 show will be held at the Mabee Center and will feature Andy Chrisman and Kelly Ford, along with a twelve-person cast of Tulsa’s best musical talent. Over the years, the Christmas show has provided upbeat, funky, selections along with original and familiar Christmas songs. This is a perfect way to prepare for the holiday season (who doesn’t love a sax at Christmas!)
This year’s theme is “Joining Tulsans Together,” and proceeds will assist the nonprofit, Lisa Bain Ministries, in their mission to deliver hope and tangible support to people facing illness and personal crisis. Care, connection and community is at the heart of Lisa Bain Ministries. The organization provides Resilience Care Boxes and bags, to patients, veterans, Gold Star families, those facing homelessness, and children in crisis. They also incorporate animal therapy into many of their deliveries and projects. This tangible support helps people break through loneliness and find the hope they need. Funds raised go to those in our local community. Let’s join Tulsans together to make a difference in real lives during the Christmas season – and throughout the year.
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Thursday, September 21st @ 10:00 AM
The Mabee Center Ticket Office will open at 10:00 AM on Tuesday, December 5th the day of the event. Tickets will be available online or by calling the Mabee Center Ticket Office at (918) 495-6000. The Mabee Center Ticket Office is open Monday – Friday from 10 AM – 4 PM.
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$55 plus $8 s/c and $2 f/f
Lower Level (Reserved)
Sections 101 – 104
$45 plus $7 s/c and $2 f/f
Lower Level (Reserved)
Sections 105 & 116
$25 plus $5 s/c and $2 f/f
*Free admission for ages 2 and under
Grady Nichols is an award winning and Billboard Jazz charting saxophonist who has collaborated and performed with legendary musicians and vocalists like Kenny Loggins, Bill Champlin, Jeff Lorber, Peter Cetera, the Beach Boys, Leigh Nash of Sixpence None The Richer and many more. With nine projects and his latest just released with Andy Chrisman and Kelly Ford entitled, “Christmas In Tulsa”, Grady approaches playing the sax to sound like a singer. He views himself as a saxophonist who plays many varying styles. He is frequently told “I never liked jazz until I heard you” as his music captures the hearts and ears of everyone that listens. Grady has toured all over the country and always entertains with funny stories about his music career journey.
For more than 25 years, the voice and stage presence of Andy Chrisman, together with his dynamic vocal bandmates of the Christian music group 4HIM, sold more than 5 million records, garnered twenty-five #1 singles and was awarded numerous Grammy Award™ and Dove Award™ nominations and wins. With more than 5000 concerts, 10,000 stage appearances and an estimated 25,000 hours of professional singing, Andy Chrisman has become one of the most sought after vocal and worship coaches in the country. In 2006, Andy launched the world-wide syndicated radio show, “Worship with Andy Chrisman” which is currently heard on more than 400 stations internationally with an estimated 5 million listeners each week.
The inspiring voice of Kelly Ford has graced the ears and souls of America’s leaders in churches, concert halls, ballrooms and even Disney World. Kelly served in the U.S. Navy for three years before studying Vocal Performance at Oklahoma City University with the renowned voice teacher Inez Silberg. Kelly was recruited by Oral Roberts University his junior year and performed with the ORU TV Singers. Kelly appeared on Star Search in 1992 and went on to sing with the Voices of Liberty at Walt Disney World’s EPCOT Center. Kelly entertains for many corporate meetings, private and public events, and is the Director of Traditional Music at Harvard Avenue Christian Church.
The ONLY authorized Mabee Center ticket sales outlets are in-person at the Mabee Center Ticket Office (located in the Mabee Center North Lobby), online at MabeeCenter.com or by phone at (918) 495-6000. Mabee Center is not able to honor, replace or refund any invalid tickets; however, if you are in doubt about the validity of your tickets, please call (918) 495-6000.
The Mabee Center strives to accommodate the needs of individuals with disabilities. Please call (918) 495-7000 or email email@example.com for all wheelchair seating requests. It is the policy of the Mabee Center to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Our goal is to provide equal access to all people attending events regardless of their disability. For more information, visit our Handicapped Accessibility page.