Editor's Choice Events for Oklahoma
|You'll be surprised at just how big some of these things are!
Ada, Charmed by Chocolate (2/9): Charmed by Chocolate in Ada is a chocolate lover's dream. Indulge in a variety of chocolate treats from area vendors or enter your own chocolate creation for competition.
Arcadia, Round Barn Rendezvous (2/10): The Round Barn Rendezvous features a free live concert in a unique setting, a hay loft on the second floor of the barn.
Bartlesville, All That Jazz (2/2): All That Jazz features delicious food, epic raffle prizes, and live music that gets everyone on the dance floor.
Bartlesville, Broadway in Bartlesville: Legally Blonde (2/3): This action-packed musical explodes on the stage with memorable songs and dynamic dances. Equal parts hilarious and heart-warming, this musical is so much fun, it should be illegal!
Bartlesville, Chi Alpha Lock In (1/25): Attention Chi Alpha Youth! Join us for a Lock In Friday, January 25, 10pm-Saturday, January 26 6am. FUN, FOOD and PRIZES. Cost is $10 per person.
Bartlesville, Heart & Soul (2/9): The Bartlesville Symphony’s annual celebration of musical romance returns for you and your valentine!
Bartlesville, TAPESTRY - the Carole King Songbook (2/5): Tapestry - The Carole King Songbook with Suzanne O Davis, presented by the Bartlesville Community Concert Assoc., is coming to the Bartlesville Community Center on Tuesday, Feb 5.
Bixby, Childrens Ministry Expo (2/1): The #1 place to find local resources for Children's Ministry. Whether your church has 50 or 5,000, you'll find something to help you effectively reach kids for Christ.
Braggs, Greenleaf Trail Run (2/2): The Greenleaf Trail Run offers long-distance runners the opportunity to race throughout Greenleaf State Park in Braggs for a scenic, up-close look at nature.
Broken Arrow, Chili Cook-Off (1/26): Sample and vote for your favorite chili; pick a pie for dessert. $6 in advance ($4 for children). Door price is $7 ($5 for children). Pick up a chili/pie entry form in the commons.
Broken Arrow, Crayons Improv Comedy Show (2/8): Crayons Improv uses audience suggestions, participation and drawings to create unique and hilarious scenes in a G-rated show that is suitable for the whole family.
Broken Arrow, Day of the Sage (2/2): Practitioners will be available to offer Spiritual Guidance, LIGHT Energy Work, Henna Art, Crafts, Jewelry, Animal Communication, Metaphysical Tools, CRYSTALS and so much more.
Broken Arrow, Together in Holiness // Tulsa, OK (2/9): Together in Holiness is a Catholic marriage conference series that seeks to inspire couples and empower parents to form their children in the Catholic faith.
Corn, German Feast & Auction (2/2): The German Feast represents the culmination of the efforts of hundreds of people to put on CBA’s largest and most popular fundraiser event.
Edmond, 2019 Oak Tree MGA events (1/26): Who's ready for Oak Tree MGA Golf 2019??!! We handing out the 2019 tournament schedule during the men's Christmas Party on Monday, December 10th.
Edmond, Arctic Blast Tournament (1/26): Join us for the first tournament of 2019! The Arctic Blast (aka The 3 Club) kicks off with a 10:00 AM Shotgun Start. Each player must select only 3 clubs from their bag to play 18 holes.
Edmond, Arrows Intl Dance Workshop (1/26): Join them with their company on this special day set aside for you to experience fun and innovative choreography and grow in technique at our beautiful training base in Edmond Oklahoma.
Edmond, Brushes & Bon Bons (2/2): Grab your friends, family, or lover and join us for a day party full of fun! Experience the artistic instruction of Erica Nkechi from Heart Studios as she guides you through a "Love Is" art piece.
Edmond, February Work Day (2/3): Open to everyone! A time to work on scarves together, visit with one another and package scarves. Come for the whole time or just a few minutes. We meet in room A123.
Edmond, Goddess Gathering~Season Shifting (1/26): The sun is setting sooner and the light is fading faster. Self LOVE Rituals are needed now more than ever. I have so many blissful routines to share with all my lady loves!
Edmond, Innovision 2019 (2/8): A celebration of leadership, inspiration, strength and integrity.
Edmond, Labor Prep Workshop (2/2): We'll be going over some techniques you can do at home to balance your body in preparation for labor and birth. This is most applicable in the second and third trimester.
Edmond, Opening Night of Art Show (2/1): Please join us for Opening Night of the Art Show & Fundraiser "Celebrating God's Creation". Proceeds benefit Special Olympics Oklahoma athletes at the World Games in Abu Dhabi - March 2019.
Elk City, Kiwanis Karnival (2/1 - 2/2): Two days of family fun awaits at the Kiwanis Karnival in Elk City. For two evenings each winter, the Elk City Convention Center turns into a comfortable indoor carnival full of games.
Enid, Grease (1/25 - 2/2): Here is Rydell High's senior class of 1959: duck-tailed, hot-rodding "Burger Palace Boys" and their gum-snapping, hip-shaking "Pink Ladies" in bobby sox and pedal pushers.
Enid, Winter Chautauqua (2/2): Chautauqua was a popular adult education movement in the United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This education movement persists for all ages today at the Winter Chautauqua in Enid.
Hominy, Antique Doll (2/1 - 2/28): The Fred Drummond Home in Hominy will host an Antique Doll exhibit throughout the entire month of February. This exhibit will feature a wide array of German-made dolls.
Lawton, Bernstein and Mahler (2/9): Bernstein’s book, “The Infinite Variety of Music” is the inspiration for the title of our season, and this concert epitomizes that sentiment in spades.
Lawton, Home Sweet Home Quilt Show (2/8 - 2/9): The Wichita Mountains Quilt Guild holds their Home Sweet Home Quilt Show at the Comanche County Fairgrounds.
Lawton, Lawton RV, Boat & Outdoor Leisure Show (2/8 - 2/10): Come see what's new in outdoor recreation at the annual Lawton RV, Boat & Outdoor Leisure Show at Lawton Comanche County Fairgrounds this February.
Lawton, Light The Fire (1/26): Since forming in 2011 and releasing their debut EP 'Note To Self', Light The Fire have established themselves as a force in the South Central U.S. metal scene.
Lawton, SWOK Bridal Expo (2/2): We are so excited to bring you a winter show on February 2nd, at the Hilton Garden Inn Convention Center of Lawton. Doors open at noon and close at 5:00.
Lawton, The Gatlin Brothers (1/25): Apache Casino Hotel proudly presents Larry, Steve & Rudy: the Gatlin Brothers, Friday, January 25, 2019. Doors and bar open at 6:30pm. Showtime is 7:30pm.
Lawton, Trivia Knight (1/26): Save the date for a "knight" of trivia and camaraderie! We'll also have a silent auction - all to support the mission and vision of St. Mary's Catholic School!
Mcalester, Hilo ProRodeo (2/1 - 2/2): This February, get ready for some edge-of-your-seat action as some of the best professional rodeo performers head to the Southeast Expo Center.
Midwest City, 7th Annual Cheese Festival (2/2): Come on out for a wonderfully fun evening of sampling a variety of cheeses, while sipping on some wine or other preferred beverages...
Midwest City, Movie Night: The First Rosa (2/2): With a passion for helping others, educating children and sharing the Gospel, she accomplished extraordinary things for her community and the kingdom of God.
Midwest City, Vision Board Workshop (1/26): Let’s get a vision!!! ??Bring your scissors, glue stick, markers & magazines, etc...and have FUN creating our vision boards for 2019 together.
Moore, Dinner with The Doctor (1/26): Dr. Brent DeLong is a husband, father, health advocate, speaker, chiropractor and an inspired, passionate leader helping people maximized their health.
Muskogee, Football Sunday (2/3): Invite your friends and neighbors to watch the big game @ MCC. Bring a food item enough to share and root for your favorite of the two teams. Fun and games for the kids, too!
Muskogee, Night of Worship (1/27): We look forward to worshiping together with you!
Muskogee, Pointillism Workshop With Sue Barnette (1/26): Our very own Sue Barnett, who has elegantly demonstrated her ability at pointillism will be teaching a 1 day class in this art technique Jan 26, 2019.
Muskogee, Vanya And Sonia And Masha And Spike (2/8 - 2/16): Middle-aged siblings Vanya and Sonia share a home in Bucks County, PA. where they bicker and complain about the circumstances of their lives.
Norman, 2001 Opening Day Celebration (2/1): We first opened our doors 18 years ago in 2001. Join us for 2001 flashback pricing when the world made sense and everything was just a bit cheaper.
Norman, 2nd Friday Norman Art Walk (2/8): The 2nd Friday Norman Art Walk, a monthly celebration of the arts in Norman, connects the downtown arts district with outlying galleries, performance halls and Campus Corner.
Norman, Bingo & Boards $65 (1/25): What can be better than creating great signs? Playing BINGO while creating!! We are thrilled to be hosting our first ever BINGO night where each table is a team with it's own giant BINGO card!
Norman, Brad Fielder (2/2): Folkie songwriter and music-maker, Brad Fielder, performs traditional and contemporary styles on guitar and banjo.
Norman, Bridges Prom 2.0 2019 (2/9): We're going to Prom . . . AGAIN! It's Bridges Prom 2.0, a reimagined prom for adults. Let's take it back to the 90s with Banana Seat and . . .
Norman, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr (2/1 - 2/3): Take a fantastic musical adventure with an out-of-this-world car that flies through the air and sails the seas.
Norman, Eagle Watch (2/2): Meet at the Discovery Cove Nature Center within Lake Thunderbird State Park in Norman for an information session at 1pm, then tour the park to catch a glimpse of magnificent eagles in their winter hom
Norman, Health & Wellness Roundtable (2/2): Join us for this Free day of knowledge and motivation. A health and wellness event based on what YOU make it!
Norman, Norman Chocolate Festival (1/26): The Norman Chocolate Festival is an annual event with a rich history of bringing the community together to support education.
Norman, Riverwind Casino presents: Jo Koy (2/1): From a Las Vegas coffee house to one of the nation’s premiere stand-up comedians, Jo Koy is sure to deliver relatable humor about families, children and more.
Norman, Robert Burns Day (1/25): Burns Night is annually celebrated in Scotland on or around January 25. It commemorates the life of the bard (poet) Robert Burns, who was born on January 25, 1759.
Norman, Ryanhood (2/10): Hailing from Tucson, AZ, acoustic-duo Ryanhood have performed more than 800 shows in 42 U.S. states. They’ve shared stages with Jason Mraz, Matt Nathanson, Train, Lifehouse, and even been tweeted abou
Norman, Schat and The Skeleton Trees (2/2): Schat and The Skeleton Trees is the duo that is comprised of longtime Walking Relic band mates Chris Schat and Derek Mehl.
Norman, The March Divide (2/8): Over the course of three “impressively hooky” (American Songwriter) albums, five “completely clever” (Performer Magazine) EPs, numerous singles, and a batch of cover songs in a mere half-decade, Putna
Oklahoma City, 949 at FUEL (1/26): Food, drinks, music, dancing! Let’s have a great time! Come on out!
Oklahoma City, Aaron Carter (2/8): Aaron Carter’s career skyrocketed towards the end of the 1990s, as he built a reputation as an artist in his own right with his mainstream success.
Oklahoma City, American Indian Artists: 20th Century Mas (9/1 - 5/12): As Lakota artist Oscar Howe wrote in 1958, “There is much more to Indian art than pretty, stylized pictures.” This exhibition highlights this depth and the 20th century American masters who shaped it.
Oklahoma City, An Affair of the Heart (2/8 - 2/10): Three-day shopping event features unique, one-of-a-kind and often handmade items from jewelry and handbags to furniture, clothing and gourmet foods.
Oklahoma City, Ancient. Massive. Wild. - The Bison Exhibit (2/8 - 5/12): Few animals conjure the power and symbolic presence of the North American bison. The image of the bison stirs in us deep loyalties to the North American landscape.
Oklahoma City, Bottle Rockets (1/27): Formed nearly 30 years ago, the Bottle Rockets helped forge a now-popular subgenre—small-town, middle-class, Midwest American roots rock—part right-to-the-gut poetry, part rock ‘n’ roll, all truth. Bi
Oklahoma City, Center Stage Ballroom Academy (2/2): We are proud to announce our annual Ballroom Dance Workshop coming up this February 2nd. featuring National Judge John Swick! Please join us for an afternoon of dancing
Oklahoma City, Chinese New Year (2/9): To promote peace through mutual respect, understanding, and cooperation — one individual, one community at a time.
Oklahoma City, Classics 3 _ Independent Creativity (1/26): This concert features a reflection of a new found independence, free thinking and creativity as it was springing forth during the fight for independence during the American Revolution.
Oklahoma City, Daddy Daughter Dance (2/2): Dads, join us for an afternoon of dancing, games, refreshments and activities. This is a special opportunity to invest in your relationship and create a lasting memory with your daughter.
Oklahoma City, Desert Mountain Tribe (1/27): Desert Mountain Tribe released second album Om Parvat Mystery on June 1st 2018 and the group recently completed a headline tour in mainland Europe and the UK in October.
Oklahoma City, Family Workshop: Garden Potpourri (1/26): Winter provides us with a wonderful variety of sights and scents that we can use in our homes to make them cozy and inviting.
Oklahoma City, FGP At Gypsy Soul ~ OKC (1/26): We are SO excited to be back with the Gypsy Soul Holistic Fair! While we are based in OKC, it's strange that this is our first event in OKC with them! YAY for new traditions!
Oklahoma City, Flatland Cavalry (2/8): Flatland Cavalry—the aforementioned Cordero, guitarist Reid Dillon, bassist Jonathan Saenz, drummer Jason Albers, and newest member, fiddle player Wesley Hall—has been stretching their legs across the
Oklahoma City, Horseplay (11/17 - 7/14): The Museum’s Dickinson Research Center is home to more than 700,000 photographs, 44,000 books, and perhaps unexpectedly, at least 1,000 horses.
Oklahoma City, J Roddy Walston & the Business (2/9): Formed in Cleveland, Tennessee, J. Roddy Walston and the Business is a rock band that since 2002 have developed their reputation as an energetic live band, along with Walston’s pounding piano playing.
Oklahoma City, Keyshia Cole (1/26): KEYSHIA COLE is the definitive soul singer to emerge in this decade, and she is in good company. Over the past seven decades, precious few R & B females have touched the hearts of America. From Billie
Oklahoma City, LIVE on the Plaza (2/8): In Oklahoma City's Plaza District, every second Friday is LIVE on the Plaza, an art walk featuring local artists, live music, deadCENTER film screenings, local retail shopping and much more.
Oklahoma City, Lunar New Year: Year of the Pig (2/8): We are partnering up with our friends from Super Cao Nguyen in the OKC Asian District to celebrate Lunar New Year! Join us for music, face painting and fun for the entire family.
Oklahoma City, Match@ODA (2/8): Join us on February 8, 2019 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the ODA building for the next Match@ODA event. Sign up online at okda.org/match
Oklahoma City, Mettise Leadership Bootcamp (1/25): Through a combination of tools, interactive learning, and case studies participants will leave with a framework for strategic leading and strategy development for 2019.
Oklahoma City, Mitchell Ferguson (2/8): The 24 year old Singer/Songwriter & Actor, based out of Dallas, TX, has been cutting his teeth on stages all over the United States for several years. He maintains a hefty touring schedule - 200+ show
Oklahoma City, Murder By Death (2/9): On the surface, Murder By Death is a Bloomington, IN quintet with a wry, ominous name. But behind the geography and moniker is a band of meticulous and literary songwriters matched by a specific brand
Oklahoma City, OAESP Mid-Winter Conference (2/1): Our Conference theme this year is "The Magic of Literacy!" Let's discover ways to put voice, choice and the joy of reading back into literacy instruction!
Oklahoma City, OKC Charity Bowl 2019 for PlaySmart (2/9): A great selection of Silent Auction items including, sports memorabilia, travel packages and enticing deals on local favorites.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City Blue vs Santa Cruz Warriors (2/1): Experience the fast-paced basketball action as this Thunder-affiliated, NBA Development League team takes on formidable challengers from all over the country.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Grape & Wine Conference (2/3 - 2/4): The Oklahoma Wine Industry Conference is the perfect place for hobbyist grape growers to meet commercial vineyard and winery owners.
Oklahoma City, PBR Oklahoma City Invitational (2/1 - 2/2): This top-tier event will feature the top 40 bull riders in the world as they go head-to-head against the toughest bulls the Professional Bull Riders have to offer.
Oklahoma City, Peter Murphy (1/27): Peter John Murphy (born 11 July 1957) is an English rock vocalist. He was the vocalist of the rock group Bauhaus, and later went on to release a number of solo albums, such as 'Deep,' 'Love Hysteria'
Oklahoma City, Pool & Spa Show (2/1 - 2/3): Plan to attend the Pool & Spa Show at Oklahoma State Fair Park for a head start on summer pool set-ups.
Oklahoma City, QPR Suicide Prevention for DV/SA Advocates (1/25): Multiple studies have found that domestic violence survivors have higher-than-average rates of suicidal thoughts, with as many as 23 percent of survivors having attempted suicide.
Oklahoma City, Ravens 3 at Seans (1/25): Yup! CD Release Party #2 Join us we take the stage at the cawesome Sean Cummings Restaurant and Pub! So excited!
Oklahoma City, Resolution Reset (2/2): Simply making the decision to lose weight, eat healthy, and exercise is not enough to overcome the barriers that hamper your success.
Oklahoma City, Rivals in Concert (2/3): Female-fronted rock band Rivals layers dark vocals on top of heavy guitar riffs.
Oklahoma City, Saint Loretto (2/1): Inspired to start writing his own works after years of performing with other bands, Evan Crowley has carefully crafted his love of new wave/pop music into a new moniker, Saint Loretto. While embarking
Oklahoma City, Secondary Transition Workshop (1/26): Ellen Kimbrell and Melanie Berry from the Oklahoma Parents Center will present secondary transition training targeted to our families who have a loved one with Down syndrome ages 12+.
Oklahoma City, SMO 21 (2/1): Adults are invited to experience Science Museum Oklahoma after hours during special SMO 21 events.
Oklahoma City, Sonja & Friends (2/1): Join Sonja along with her friends Friday Feb. 1st. Roxie Hart, Nikki B, Sean Steele and Jenny Rader. This will be a Night Of Duets and you don't want to miss this show.
Oklahoma City, The Beef Affair (2/8): Come out and celebrate Valentine's Day early by enjoying a 4 course BEEF dinner Each course will feature BEEF and will be perfectly paired with a different wine.
Oklahoma City, The Big News (1/26): Oklahoma City's The Big News is a Ska Punk band. They mix influences from British two tone and third wave Ska with a heavy influence of 90's punk rock.
Oklahoma City, The Hot Sardines (2/1): Fueled by the belief that classic jazz feeds the heart and soul, the Hot Sardines are on a mission to make old sounds new again and prove that joyful music can bring people together in a disconnected
Oklahoma City, They Play Wolf (1/26): They Play Wolf is a three piece band hailing from the heart of OKC (and Tulsa). Punk, Post-Punk, and Rockabilly are just a few styles represented here!
Oklahoma City, Valentines Day Make & Take Event (2/2): We are offering three time slots and 4 project choices for this Make & Take Event. When registering you pick the time slot you will be attending and the project you want to make.
Oklahoma City, Vietnamese New Year 2019 (1/26): Vietnamese American community of oklahoma would like to invite you and your family to the Annual Vietnamese New Year - The Year of the Pig will be held on Saturday January 26, 2019
Oklahoma City, When the Clock Strikes (1/26): Longtime college friends Daniel Basden and Steven Walker joined forces in 2014 as When the Clock Strikes. Joined by Blake Westerby, the trio brings their unique flavor of skate punk from Tulsa, Oklaho
Owasso, Owasso Banquet (2/8): Owasso Ducks Unlimited Banquet - 2.8.2019. Patriot Golf Club - 6 PM
Red Rock, Badfinger in Concert (2/2): Guests can sing along to classic Badfinger tracks live as they take the 7 Clans Paradise Casino stage with band member Joey Molland at the helm.
Shawnee, OKBS Annual Banquet (2/2): Make plans to attend the OKBS Annual Banquet. Book your hotel rooms by January 19th!
Shawnee, Oklahoma Gravel Growler IV (2/2): . A great event for the whole family which will also include some Friday afternoon and evening activities!
Shawnee, Sara Evans in Concert (2/9): Head to Grand Casino Hotel & Resort in Shawnee for a night with award-winning country music singer Sara Evans.
Stillwater, Flatland Cavalry (1/25): An energetic blend of Country-Folk-Americana. Easy on the ears, Heavy on the heart. Our new record, Humble Folks, will be available January 18, 2019.
Stillwater, Sam Riggs (2/1): Given the choice, Sam Riggs would take skydiving over watching movies on any given Sunday. That sense of daring is a key element in his brand of country, a rock-infused sound with a chip on its sonic
Tulsa, 12 Step Group Leader Training (2/3): Are you interested in leading or co-leading a 12 Step Group? Or maybe you just need a refresher on the essentials to leading a healthy SAFE group?
Tulsa, 2 Friends & Junk Craft Show (2/1 - 2/2): Grab a friend and head out to the 2 Friends & Junk Craft Show at Tulsa Expo Square for a unique shopping experience.
Tulsa, 9-Ball Doubles Championship (2/9): This is the Sooner APA 9-Ball Championship. Winner will get free entry into the APA World Championship in Las Vegas.
Tulsa, Adopt a Little Okie! (1/26): A Team of Oklahoma Alliance for Animals volunteers will be down at Tulsa Animal Welfare Shelter to assist in adoptions so you can meet as many pets as possible to decide which best suits your family.
Tulsa, And Then Came Humans // Dane & The Soup (2/8): Touring act, And Then Came Humans (New Orleans), join locals, Dane & The Soup for a Friday night show at your favorite watering hole. Come check it out!
Tulsa, As You Like It (2/1 - 2/10): A Shakespeare comedy full of betrayal, fighting, love, and confusion. As You Like It is a show you don’t want to miss.
Tulsa, Auditions for The Tempest (1/27): Announcing Auditions for the Principal and singing roles in The Orbit Initiative's production of William Shakespeare's The Tempest.
Tulsa, BEN is BACK (2/2): Join us for this always fun & educational Advanced Nutrients class! Starting at 1pm, Ben w/ Advanced Nutrients will be in-store to chat with you about your grow.
Tulsa, Black Wall Street Exchange (2/10): The Exchange will begin promptly with the sound of the bass drum! You do not want to miss the entertainment, beauty and wellness, speakers, media, community nor vibes.
Tulsa, BMX Sooner Nationals (2/8 - 2/10): Head to Tulsa Expo Square for a fun and exciting weekend of intense BMX competition. The Sooner Nationals feature events for men and women of all age groups and skill levels.
Tulsa, Bowie In Boas at The Starlite (1/26): Its that Time if Year Again. Get out those Boas, Shake the Glitter, and GLAMN IT UP! Celebrating 5 Decades of Bowie with the 5th Annual BOWIE IN BOAS.
Tulsa, Casii Stephan and Nightingale at The Colony (1/26): Join Casii Stephan and The Midnight Sun and Nightingale for a memorable performance. There will new new songs and a few surprises! We hope you will join us! 21+. $10 cover
Tulsa, Champagne and Chocolate (1/26): We invite you to join us for our 50th year anniversary! Let's celebrate the next 50 years with this Champagne & Chocolate by honoring 5 people who are visionaries in the Tulsa arts world.
Tulsa, Childbirth Class (2/9): This class is open to all expectant mothers, not just our patients!
Tulsa, Classics IV: Shostakovichs 7th Symphony (2/2): A musical testament to the Soviet citizens who lost their lives in World War II, Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 7 expresses conflict and strength as well as lyricism and loss.
Tulsa, Edison Trivia Night 2019 (2/9): Join fellow Eagles for Edison's largest fundraising event, Edison Trivia Night 2019. Silent auction, dinner, drinks, and live trivia! Purchase your table today.
Tulsa, Flight Night Space Week PD (2/2): Join fellow K-12 teachers for a day of “out of this world” STEM learning! You won’t want to miss the Geologist Escape Room, learning about Mars, augmented reality, and more!
Tulsa, Golden Hornets The Sound of Science (1/25): Paired with scientists of their own choosing, composers will create music inspired by and reflective of the scientist's life and practice.
Tulsa, Gravehuffer (2/2): Since their inception in 2008, Gravehuffer has crafted their sound into an other-worldly amalgamation of Crust, Punk, Metal, Grindcore, and unapologetic down-tuned Sludge-laden Doom.
Tulsa, Greater Tulsa Survival & Green Living Expo (2/9 - 2/10): Are you ready for a natural disaster? Could you survive for days, weeks or months without power? If you have thought about what it means to prepare for the worst, the RK Prepper Shows Survival Expo is
Tulsa, Green Chili Saturday (1/26): Celebrate our love of everything New Mexico! Join us on the last Saturday of the month for Green Chili Beer Day.
Tulsa, Heart of Henry (2/9): The Heart of Henry dinner and awards ceremony was created in honor of Henry Zarrow – a man whose heart and life were dedicated to charity and embracing those in need.
Tulsa, Icons & Idols After Party (2/2): Icons & Idols is having an After Party and you’re invited! Tickets are just $75 and get you access to the most passionate after party in town. Cocktail attire. Valet available.
Tulsa, Kelly Clarkson in Concert (2/8): Kelly Clarkson is hitting the road for the first time in three years. Catch her live with special guests Kelsea Ballerini and Brynn Cartelli at the BOK Center in Tulsa.
Tulsa, Kyle Daniel (2/1): An uncompromising singer with a rich, deep voice, Kyle Daniel, is sure to shake up the country music scene with the release of his self-titled debut project.
Tulsa, Lara Logan (2/1): Growing up in South Africa during apartheid, Lara Logan developed a great sense of the injustice surrounding her.
Tulsa, Live Music - Jim Tate (1/26): Enjoy jazz with Jim Tate at The Wine Loft Bar! $6 house wines & well drinks all day, everyday!
Tulsa, Monoculture (1/25): Monoculture is a Dallas psych rock four-piece. What once started as aimless jams between founders and longtime friends Olan Mijana and Nick Leibold became something with a little more purpose when the
Tulsa, New Families Breakfast (2/2): DSAT is excited to welcome new families and families with children from birth to 3 at our quarterly New Families breakfast on Saturday, February 2.
Tulsa, Pop Punk Night (2/1): Pop Punk Night is a throwback to our teen years. Driving around with a stomach full of pizza, screaming along to Taking Back Sunday, Fall Out Boy, The Starting Line, and New Found Glory at the top of
Tulsa, Riffs (1/26): come out for some early evening music !
Tulsa, Rock Paper Scissors (1/26): We are thrilled to announce The Pencil Box’s new event, Rock Paper Scissors to be held at the historic Cain’s Ballroom on January 26, 2019, and we want you there!
Tulsa, Scotfest - Burns Night 2019 (1/26): Join Scotfest as we celebrate Scotland's prodigal son, poet laureate and philosopher, Robert Burns!
Tulsa, Scott Mulvahill (2/8): As a teenager, Scott picked up the bass guitar on a whim. Natural talent and the lure of a challenge drove him to be the best musician he could. Continuing to play the bass, he also began to explore g
Tulsa, Stephen Day (2/8): When Stephen Day performs he exudes an ethos that captivates the audience to another level. The twenty-two year old Georgia native is clearly the middle ground product of his contemporary influences.
Tulsa, Tail Light Rebellion (1/25): Like all good teenage madmen dreamer poets who fell in love with the beat generation, I found a guitar and saw it as my ticket out of nowhere, and it’s painful banality. Started playing in bands to ge
Tulsa, Tandy Parents Night Out (1/26): Go out for a night on the town feeling confident that your little ones are safe and having the time of their lives with their favorite Play & Learn team.
Tulsa, The Cadillac Three in Concert (2/1): The Cadillac Three originated as a Nashville southern rock act following the break-up of their American Bang band.
Tulsa, The Manta Rays (1/25): In the summer of 2016, solo artist Jackson Gillett of the Manta Rays hooked up with recently disbanded members of Anti-Gravity in a South Tulsa garage. Lead guitarist Parker Vay, bassist Britton Barys
Tulsa, TheDopestMatrix (1/25): TheDopestMatrix strives to create a positive, melodic- pop sound for hip hop lovers of the new generation, and has a strong influence towards hard- working individuals who want to achieve something gr
Tulsa, Trust Building Workshop (1/26): This workshop is intended for anyone who has experienced the pain of lost trust and is wanting to find help in learning how to trust again.
Tulsa, Tulsa Symphony presents: Classics Concert Series (2/2): The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra presents a regular Classics Concert Series. Take a seat at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, and listen to the crescendoes of sound from the musicians on stage.
Tulsa, Womens Retreat (1/26): Ladies, mark your calendars for Saturday, January 26, from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., for “Ruth…from broken to beautiful.”
Tulsa, Year of the Cobra (2/3): Formed in 2015, Year of the Cobra became a rapidly ascending, radiant star in the horizon of the doom/stoner-scene for a reason: this powerhouse duo, consisting of Amy Tung Barrysmith (vocals/ bass) a
Vian, Eagle Tour & Loon Watch (2/9): You will begin the tour by watching eagles from the refuge's webcam before taking off on the 25-person tour bus. Guests are encouraged to bring binoculars.
Vian, Eagle Tour & Loon Watch (2/2): Come to the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge and see southern bald eagles in their natural habitat.
Walters, Cache Valley Predator Hunt (2/8 - 2/9): Cache Valley hosts an annual Predator Hunt, featuring prizes for top hunters in big dog, big cat and big hog categories.