T-Town Rundown: Weekend Events for All Those in the Tulsa Area
Despite the April showers this week, now is the time to get up and go while the sun is out shining. Here is a look at what is happening around the Tulsa area!
Lions, Tigers and Bears, Oh My: Come on out to the Crystal City shopping center for a pop-up recreation of the amusement park which once drew people to Route 66. The carnival will take place April 3rd- 6th from 5-11 p.m. All day passes are just $20.
Illuminating Chandeliers...Kind Of: Living Arts has presented a opportunity to shine a light on unusual creativity. Oklahoma artist have been asked to create a chandelier out of any media of their choice (metal, glass, styrofoam, etc.) which will be presented at Living Arts of Tulsa. The exhibit runs from April 5-25 so go check it out while you can.
Spring at Guthrie Green: From April 5 through the 25 come celebrate The Tulsa Performing Arts Center Trust and the George Kaiser Family Foundation's opening of the Guthrie Green Lawn'd Arts Series with emerging spring. Check out live concerts, red-carpet photo-ops, door prizes and Fiat test drives. The event runs 6-10 p.m.
Wanenmacher's Arms Show: Head on over to the Expo Center and get a taste of arms heaven as 4,000 tables of guns, swords and knives take over 11 acres. With over 40,000 attendees, Joe Wanenmacher claims that it could be the largest arms show in the world. The event runs all day from April 6 through the 7.
Kendall-Whittier Food Truck Festival: The first ever food truck festival held by Kendall Whittier will take place April 6th from noon through 6p.m. Just a taste of the food-truck lineup includes places such as Local Table and Mr. Nice Guys.
Farmer's Market: That's right folks it's that time of year again where you can receive the best in home-grown produce at the Cherry Street Farmer's Market. This wonderful time of the year will be held on April 6th from 7:00 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Birthday Bash: Come on down to celebrate Leon Russell's birthday at The Brady Theatre. The party will kick off April 6 at 8 p.m. so be sure get your dance moves ready and be there!
TU Theatre Department: This year's spring production for the TU Theatre Department will be the award winning "Spring Awakening." This witty and exuberant show is sure to be the highlight of your week. The production runs from April 11 through the 14 with varying times and all tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for those age 55 and up.
Wine and Swine: If you are interested in a night of decadence then the annual Wine and Swine at The Tavern is surely for you. With four courses and a wine seminar, you are sure to leave happy and full. The night takes place at the The Tavern on April 17th at 6:30 p.m. Seats are $75 per person and $25 for the wine seminar.
80s Prom: This is your chance to break out the grunge, Aquanet, and scrunchies as the annual 80s prom returns at the IDL Ballroom on April 6th at 8:00 p.m. This event will have a variety of stage performers to kick up the beat with your favorite hits as well as the crowning of a king and queen, because what prom would be complete without it. Get your tickets for $15 in advance or $18 at the door then rock on your way to prom.
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