First Street Entertainment Properties Coming

Angie DeVore-Green recently leased property from Michael Sager at First Street and Detroit Avenue with plans to open a special event center that features a concert hall event room, bar and dance club.
No financial details were disclosed.
Green, with her husband, Tom, founded Diversafest, has been working her magic with music for years in Tulsa, Sager said.
“We are so pleased to have Angie Green in the neighborhood,” Sager said. “She is taking spaces that have proven themselves perfect for producing live music.”
The current CD of Tulsa-based rock ‘n’ roll band the Hansons was recorded in what is now the IDL Ballroom.
“We are pleased to have Angie there to run those facilities,” he said.
Under the newly formed IDL Quad Group LLC, Green is launching the IDL Ballroom, Electric Circus and Enso bar, with a planned opening of Enso slated in mid- to late-October, she said.
Green didn’t say which bands have been booked to play the venues or who she hopes will eventually play there.
With Dfest, Green manages talent buying, panelists and budget and oversees “everything.” In a small way, operating the entertainment venue is like an extension of the festival, she said.
“This will be a perfect complement to not only what we do with Dfest, but also with the other businesses in the Blue Dome District,” Green said.
The large center room, which will feature a concert stage, will connect to the Electric Circus and Enso through a large atrium shared by the three rooms. Enso will operate seven days a week. The dance club will operate Wednesday through Sunday. The three rooms range in size from 1,300 SF to 4,000 SF for a total of nearly 7,000 SF. By the end of 2010, Green expects to have a rooftop establishment.
Green plans both “soft” and grand openings in the coming weeks.



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