AC/DC Refunding Unused Tulsa Tickets Due To Weather

According to BOKCenter.com, AC/DC and the BOK Center will refund tickets to concertgoers who were unable to attend Monday night's (Janaury 26) show in Tulsa, Oklahoma due to the icy weather conditions.

Gov. Brad Henry declared a state of emergency for all 77 counties in Oklahoma Monday because of the inclement weather, but the AC/DC show went on in Tulsa, reportedly to a mostly full house, according to BAM's Blog.

For patrons who weren't able to attend the show, to receive a refund, you must return the ticket to the point of purchase. If your ticket was purchased online, call (866) 7BOKCTR for your refund.

Only tickets that were not used will receive a full refund, minus the shipping and handling fee. The release notes that refunds will only be given if the ticket was purchased through the BOK Center's official ticketing provider, Tickets.com. The deadline for all refunds is 4 p.m. on March 16.

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