T-Town Rundown: Activities for All Those in the Tulsa Area
No need for boredom with these events happening around the Tulsa Area!
Bassmaster Classic: Grab a line and get some bait for the largest outdoor event to ever come to Tulsa. The 43rd annual Bassmaster Classic will take place this February 22-24 between Grand Lake near Grove and the BOK Center in downtown Tulsa. Learn about all the specific events and times at bassmaster.com!
Opera Lovers: "The Most Happy Fella" is being presented February 23rd at the Tulsa Opera. Bring a loved one and enjoy musical styling's from the composer of "Guys and Dolls" while an ambitious storyline will leave you mesmerized. For purchasing tickets, all showtimes, and more head to tulsaopera.com
Cain's Ballroom: Jd Mcpherson, a Broken Arrow native and Grammy-nominated artist, will return Oklahoma with a special concert at Cain's Ballroom February 23rd at 7 p.m. This a show that should not be missed so get together with the gang and come out for a great time. Tickets range from $25-35.
Art Fanatics: A must see spectacle is coming to the Gilcrease Museum February 24th at 1:30 p.m. A film and lecture on the life and work of Woodrow Wilson Crumbo is sure to bring intrigue and delight to all ages. The event is free with museum admission.
Radio Golf: This contemporary work by August Wilson will be held at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center February 23rd through March 2nd. "Radio Golf" is reviewed as a wonderfully funny and dynamic piece about an the chance for businessman Harmond Wilks to become the first African American mayor. For ticket information and showtimes visit tulsapac.com.
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