Cherokee Casino

Roland, OK  74954
(800) 256-2338
24 hours
  • Hours: 24 hours
  • Restaurant: Buck's Grill
  • Restaurant Hours: 24 hours
  • Bar: no
  • Hotel: yes
  • Plays live music.
  • Food and Full Bar

Currentland News and Reviews

Cha-Ching go the Cherokee Casino shows
The Cherokee Casinos spread across northeast Oklahoma pack an entertainment punch of mammoth proportions. Though you must be 21 to attend the concerts held at Cherokee Casinos, oftentimes tickets are not required for entry. If a charge does apply to enter, it’s nominal at best.   read more...
The Arkansas Lowdown - July 2011
AR [July 2011] - July in Arkansas: Rockin' Roll & Comedy at the AMP, insects and music at The Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks ... and an enticement for Arkansans to visit Kansas & Oklahoma this month!   read more...
Dave Stewart: A man with a mission and a lot of success
It seems that all we hear about these days is downsizing, closing and lay-offs, but there is a man taking business in a whole different direction and it has bloomed into something amazing.   read more...

Recent News For Roland

  • Tribal Council approves $10 million for new tech, organizational overhaul
    Scanty wireless networks, outdated computer equipment, slow servers ??? technological woes have been a centerpiece of discussion at Cherokee Tribal Council meetings for quite some time. read more...
  • Willie Nelson Announces Dates with Old Crow Medicine Show
    Willie Nelson has added new tour dates with Old Crow Medicine Show. The legendary country musician, who recently confirmed other dates with Alison Krauss & Union Station, will team up with the string band for a series of shows in August. read more...
  • Correction: Cherokee Election-Old Rivals story
    Editors Note Editors who used BC-OK--Cherokee Election-Old Rivals, sent Feb. 14 and datelined in Tulsa, Okla., are asked to use the following story. read more...
  • Kansas County Opposes Downstream Casino Expansion Plans
    The Cherokee County Commission has approved a resolution to support the Kansas attorney general's attempt to bar the Quapaw Tribe from extending a casino from Oklahoma into Kansas. read more...

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