TULSA, Okla. — The BOK Center is preparing for Madonna to rock the stage Thursday night in downtown Tulsa. This will be Madge’s first show in the Sooner State and is a part of her “Rebel Heart” tour.

Wednesday evening, Madonna’s tour stopped in Houston, Texas. She paid tribute to the late David Bowie who lost his battle with cancer on Sunday.

The BOK’s twitter account tweeted shortly after her Houston performance to ask if Tulsa would also see a Bowie tribute Thursday.

Anyone think we’ll get to see @Madonna do a tribute to David Bowie tomorrow night? We sure hope so! https://t.co/HERAAQeVh2 BOK Center (@BOKCenter) January 13, 2016

Madonna hits the stage at 8 p.m.

Concert goers will need to arrive early to prepare for the BOK’s new security measures. New metal detectors and bag checks are expected to delay entry to the venue. Doors will open 90 minutes early to allow patrons to get through security enough time before the show.

To get full details on the new security measures, visit the BOK Center’s website.

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