Dialin Watts

by Frank on April 2, 2012

Dialin Watts is a hard math-rock band from Wichita, KS. They started in the winter of 2008. They have been described as having sounds straight out of a vampire flick sound track (Mikey would like to note that this was stated before the Twilight series came out).

Roots of Thought

by Frank on March 28, 2012

Roots of Thought is a group of young healthy boys that conjures up a funky psychedelic alternative kind of noise.We have been jamming like jelly since 2010. Our objective in life is to spread our music to each persons set of ears, while showing the world what love, peace, and happiness can bring to life. We have a good time, and we hope that you have a good experience from us. One love.

Barefoot Designs

by Frank on April 20, 2012

Barefoot Designs is an environmentally friendly screen printing company using organic, biodegradable solvents and cleaners, plus lead-free and phthalate-free inks. We are able to safely print on a number of products, including t-shirts, hoodies, and totes and have access to many different brands. Our design team has considerable experience creating beautiful, marketable products and will be delighted to work with you to create your own.


by Frank on March 28, 2012

Axis was formed in the eve of 2003 by Steven Blackwell and Jason Doherty, with the single purpose of ..creating a project with meaning, motivation and endurance. A musical monolith to carry the voice of those dissatisfied with the world around them and the contrived voices of mankinds existence. As the project got underway, new members were added to fill in the final pieces. Hand chosen for their drive and ambition. Just as each line of the Axis originates from a different path than the next, each member is forged from different backgrounds allowing the music to incorporate unique blends of synth pop, industrial, punk, noise, fodder, and gothic into one massive project.

OSU Community Nutrition Education

by Frank on March 28, 2012

The Community Nutrition Education Programs (CNEP) is a grant funded program through Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension.  CNEP enrolls limited-resource families in a personalized, thorough, long-term educational experience.  The goal is for every enrolled family to consume a diet that promotes good health and to acquire an adequate amount of nutrient-dense foods every day through effective use of available resources.

Free and Open Source

by Frank on March 28, 2012

Tulsa EvoFest sponsors a Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) table that will introduce citizens to how FOSS can make your life better and save you money. Bring your laptop down – we will be offering free installations of the Ubuntu operating system.

Fashion Exchange

by Frank on April 12, 2012

This Year’s Evofest features a Fashion Exchange! A fashion exchange is where people bring in their lightly used quality clothes and exchange them for other clothes that they value. It’s a way to save money and clean out the closet while staying fresh and getting the styles you like.

It’s a pretty simple idea, but here’s some information for those of you dying to know more:

Bring as many items as you would like to swap. Items should be clean and in good condition. The more you bring, the more you can swap!

When you arrive at the Swap Party, you will be given one Exchange Token for each item you bring.

Add your items to the display. Once the items are at the Fashion Exchange, they are no longer yours.

Nothing can be claimed until the host opens the Exchange Floor.

Spend some time browsing the items and chatting to the other swappers.

Once the host announces the Exchange is open, you may claim as many items as you have Swap Tokens.

If two or more of you want the same item, put one each of your Swap Tokens in a hat for the host to draw a lucky winner.

Open Source Ecology

by Frank on April 18, 2012

Open Source Ecology is a network of farmers, engineers, and supporters that for the last two years has been creating the Global Village Construction Set, an open source, low-cost, high performance technological platform that allows for the easy, DIY fabrication of the 50 different Industrial Machines that it takes to build a sustainable civilization with modern comforts. The GVCS lowers the barriers to entry into farming, building, and manufacturing and can be seen as a life-size lego-like set of modular tools that can create entire economies, whether in rural Missouri, where the project was founded, in urban redevelopment, or in the developing world. James Wise will be present with information about Open Source Ecology ready for an interesting discussion.

High Gravity

by Frank on March 28, 2012

High Gravity is Tulsa’s only full service homebrewing and winemaking supply store. We pride ourselves on knowledgeable and personalized service. We carry everything you need to make beer and wine from home.

Tulsa EvoFest is Free

by Frank on April 8, 2012

Tulsa EvoFest is free to enter, but we encourage everyone to contribute. Are you broke? Throw in a dollar. Just got that promotion? Throw in $20. Radiohead pioneered the pay-what-you-want model for music downloads, but can we translate that idea into a low-cost non-profit festival? Let’s find out. Contribute now to help get EvoFest off the ground!

Tempus Vernus Farms

by Frank on May 6, 2012

Tempus Vernus Farms

We are a home based business located in Sand Springs OK . We make quality Goat Milk Skin product at an affordable price. Our soaps are made from scratch and we have many scents to choose from. We have Goat Milk & Honey to match most of our soaps. Our products are extremely moisturizing and good for all skin types.


by Frank on April 7, 2012

K-sides has been together for about a year and a half. The goal is to explore the vast untapped potential in the Tulsa music scene and release it. Some call it “putting the show back in the show”. If people are gonna stop throwing that money into the movie theaters on the weekend and start investing it in the local music scene then they’re gonna need a reason. The current album “color me shine” is based on the comic of the same name that I’m writing. The band is about uniting Tulsa and the arts through music.

We don’t quite have a genre and you kinda have to see a show to get that. Some have called us “art rock” but when asked what kind of music we play I just say “good music”

I wanted to create something my 4 year old niece, all my friends, and my mother could enjoy. So far I’ve been told that we’ve done just that.


by Frank on March 28, 2012

Shazbot is my alias for producing electronic music, both in studio and in live shows. I write soundtracks for the daydreams and nightmares of the lonely six-year-old boy that lives inside my head. Parts of me have never grown up.

I’ve been making tracks and playing shows both locally and internationally for about seven years now. I’ve played all sorts of shows: local battles-of-the-bands and other concerts, house parties, friends’ weddings, marathon roadside entertainment, Ukrainian raves. No, I’m not making this up.

Aaron Hale

by Frank on March 28, 2012

Aaron Hale is an upcoming protest and blues singer/songwriter. The current songs are demos. In February, Aaron will be recording full band versions of these songs and more with some of the members from The Flatland Travelers and Taddy Porter. Most recently Aaron has toured with Austin psych-jam band:Holding Space, and has taken time off to write/record.

Dog House Tulsa

by Frank on April 26, 2012

Dog House Tulsa is a great local hot dog joint with a huge variety of different hot dogs and more. They are a great innovative local business. One of Tulsa’s finest, they will have a cart at EvoFest with a multitude of dogs for your consumption.

Alan Doyle

by Frank on April 7, 2012

Alan Doyle has been doing Hip-Hop music for nine years & recently started performing in late 2010. He has made three CDs & online music in the past; now he is working on a current album & an EP.

Often compared to Johnny Polygon, Jay-Z & Kanye West, the kind of Hip-Hop Alan makes is described as a tribute to the old school in the modern days. He makes important that the verses are as important as the hook (chorus). Also, he also makes his own instrumentals & mixes the tracks for recordings & performances.

P.S.: Who’s your number?

Book Swap

by Frank on April 2, 2012

Have a bunch of books lying around the house?

A book swap is a great place to recycle and update your book shelf without costing the earth. Evofest will have an area set aside for bookworms, romancers, sci-fi/fantasy lovers and more.

Bring out your old books, swap them for other books, or maybe some other goods as people take an interest in your library.

We will host a swap zone where attendees can trade books, clothes, art, stickers, or any trinket or item they can manage to make a deal on. Come out, find some cool books and trade!


by Frank on April 3, 2012

Movements is Tulsa’s newest sensation with power hungry riffs and dynamics like no other band before. Movements was formed in late 2007 by Nathan Barham and Robert Gonzo. A third member Ryan Yeager was added to the line up in 2012. Movements is currently working on their first studio album titled “super:SONIC”. Influences include SRV, Killing Joke, The Clash, Nirvana, and Sonic Youth. “hey mr.” is their current single available soon for free download.

Wholesale Computer Supply, LLC started in 2000 as a two person operation. At that time we were currently working mostly with resellers and trade shows. In September of 2001, we opened our first store front. Since then we have grown to two storefronts, expanding both our services, and offerings. Each storefront specializes in different parts and services, one for laptops, and the other for desktops. Wholesale Computer Supply is graciously providing a booth for recycling your electronics.

Got some old equipment you want to get rid of in an eco-friendly manner? Come down to EvoFest.

Borg Steam Factory

by Frank on March 28, 2012

Borg Steam Factory is a high quality manufacturing group that specializes in steampunk style accessories and vintage couture. Demonstrations on recycling and reuse will be happening at the booth, as well as some advice on metalworking and some accessories will be for sale.

Make Your Own Paper and Recycle at Home

by Frank on April 3, 2012

Local Artist and Paper maker will be demonstrating the art of making hand made paper. It is a fun way to recycle junk mail, waste paper, paper bags, and magazines using everyday house hold items. Great for use in art projects, creating your own personal stationary, journals, jewelry, origami, or where ever your creativity takes you. Hands on learning for yourself how easy it really is to do! Go Green and recycle your own paper!


by Frank on April 7, 2012

If it sounds fun to play, it is. NoWater is Rock n Roll built around the concept of playing music that is fun. Newwave punk rock band from Tulsa, OK that formed in 2010. Garrett on the Bass, Jeff on the Drums, and Orion on Guitar/Vocals. experimental psyence rock & roll fucking awesome industrial new wave surf.


by Frank on April 3, 2012

We are a power-trio of nuclear powered jazz reggae blues musicians emerging from Tulsa, OK. Formed in Feb. 2011 Bloomfield is young but has great potential. Bloomfield won the Back to School battle of the bands in September and played live on the radio. You won’t be disappointed.