Dfest 2009 - Tulsa, OK : The Black Crowes, Cake, Ra Ra Riot, more

Diversafest, better known as Dfest, is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing and unique music festivals and conferences in the US.

The 2009 festival, which takes place July 24 and 25, is comprised of a wide variety of music spanning across 20 different genres.


Now in its 8th year, Dfest will feature 164 bands that will play on 13 stages spread throughout downtown Tulsa’s historic Blue Dome District.

This year’s headliners include The Black Crowes, Cake and Ra Ra Riot.

The two-day multi-genre music festival merged with a music industry conference was established in 2002 to help emerging artists gain exposure and connect with the music industry.

The conference consists of music panels, a tradeshow, music clinics and artist mentoring. Each night, national recording artists perform on large outdoor festival stages while top local, regional and national emerging artists perform on a multitude of outdoor stages, indoor venues and club stages.

Dfest has rapidly developed into one of the premier music conferences in the nation as well as the one of the largest festivals in the Midwest.

The festival and conference have fused to create a hot bed for showcasing new music talent across various genres.

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Dfest Official Website

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