We've been to 2 performances here - one was blues & the other was ragtime. It is not a huge venue, but there is plenty of room. We sat at tables, like in a club. There was beer, wine & sodas available. The room has an excellent view of the stage from everywhere and the sound is very good and the music was outstanding. The building is beautiful, a former train station. There are Jazz Hall of Fame exhibits, mostly photos, in the lobby/ hall. Tulsa has a big jazz history (who knew?), so this stop is a must if you are into jazz (or train stations). You can buy tickets at the door or reserve them over the phone. Both times the cost was extremely reasonable for live perfomances - $25 and under.