Streets Gone Wild 80’s Rock Recap.

Now that the dust has started to settle, we want to Thank everyone who came out to the show and embraced the 80’s rock era with us. We are all fans of this era of music and it was magical to share the love and passion together.

Before we began, we would like to give you a quick update on the festival owner’s health. Freddy Stahmer was emitted into the Oklahoma Heart Institute late Friday night and was release late Sunday. Freddy is doing much better and will go into surgery this Thursday. We wish him all the best and a speedy recovery. Feel free to send him good vibes and thoughts.

The first annual Streets Gone Wild was a huge success. We would like to first Thank the City Of Tusla for allowing us to come to your beautiful city and host our event. The people and hospitality was warm and kind. It made our experience even better!

We have many people to Thank for making this wonderful event a success. We would like to acknowledge our Farm Rock family for coming to Tulsa and assisting this event like true professionals; Omar Baig, Christopher Breen, Brandi Williamson, April, Angie Witt Perkins, Jennifer Garland, Whitney Wagoner

Thank you to the Tulsa team headed up by Tom Green for producing this event, Angie DeVore-Green, Billy Bristol, Luke Nagel, Justin L. Walmer, Meghan Hurley Jeremy Rice, Josh Farley and Denise Dossing and Brad Wickwire at This show ran smooth and like clockwork. Thank you for being truly professional’s in your fields! We would like to Thank the spectacular photographer David Lackey for capturing this event in all it’s glory.

Big thanks to Sixpr who did an amazing job. Marnie Glasgow Fernandez, Sheila Moore Curley, Canaan Scovil Rice, Chelsea Schumann. The press coverage was more than we expected. You ladies where a treat to work with.

We are so grateful to have this amazing line up talent. Every band brought the heat and the fans truly got a show! Thank you all of you; Queensrÿche, Night Ranger, WARRANT, Quite Riot, Autograph, FireHouse, Stryper, SteelHeart, Vixen, Faster Pussycat, Lillian Axe and MYCAH.

Thanks to our local rockers for coming out and rocking 100% DRYVR, Dead Metal Society and DOXY for this show!

JLM Productions and LPK Productions were topnotch and keep this event smooth and sounding amazing! Hats off to you and your crews!

Thanks to all the hosts and especially Eddie Trunk for all his help on this event. Thanks to Lüc Carl and Bobbie Jean Brown! Thanks to KMOD’s Lynn Hernandez for all the love! You rock Lynn.

Special Thanks and Gratitude to those sponsors who believed in our event and supported our efforts; D&B Processing, RibCrib BBQ & Grill, LDF Companies, Jack Daniels, NPI Printing, Keystone Chevrolet and Red Bull.

Thank you to media outlets for getting behind us and getting word out to our fans; The Tulsa Voice, Oklahoma Gazette, 97.5 KMOD, The KATT Radio Station, The OKC Brew and The FUN station.

We’ll keep you posted on Freddy’s condition and next year’s plans. Until then keep the horns up and rock on.

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