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Howdy friends and welcome to another episode of Weekend Plans in Tulsa and OKC — your source for what the heck is happening in your neighborhood this weekend. In this episode, we’ll be running through the first weekend in November 2017. That’s right — it’s already November and we’ll be running through some stuff you won’t want to miss for the 3rd through the 5th.

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Ok, let’s jump into the weekend starting with events happening all or most of the weekend in Tulsa, OK.
The Tulsa PAC is hosting two great shows this weekend, the first being the Tulsa Balet Presents: Don Quixote. The other masterpiece is Amadeus based on the life of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Both of these shows are running all weekend long and you can learn more at www.tulsapac.com.

More of a sports fan? The Tulsa Oilers hit the ice this weekend at the BOK Events Center to face off against the Utah Grizzlies on Friday and Saturday night. Get the whole scoop at www.tulsaoilers.com

It’s the first Friday of the month which means it’s time for the Friday Art Crawl in the Brady Arts District. Enjoy some patio dining followed a stroll through the historic Brady Arts District to see art displays, hear live music, and much more. Learn all about at www.thebradyartsdistrict.com.

Rise and shine Saturday morning to the DAV 5K Run to Honor Veterans happening down at the Guthrie Green. The event is set to raise awareness on issues veterans face every day. The 5k starts at 9am with more info at www.guthriegreen.com
In a similar area is athe Dia De Los Muertos Arts Festival at Living Arts of Tulsa. The event features exhibitions of Mexican culture as well as lectures and workshops. Learn more at www.livingarts.org.
For some comedic entertainment, this is a good weekend to laugh. On Saturday night, William Shatner will be in Broken Arrow (yeah, I know…it sounds weird just saying it) performing “Shatner’s World” at the Broken Arrow PAC. That same night, Dennis Miller will be at the River Spirit Casino. For some squeaky-clean comedy, Tim Hawkins will be performing at the Brady Theater on Sunday night.
We decided to go pretty music heavy this weekend and there is a lot to mention, so strap in:
– On Friday night, enjoy:
And Then There Were Two at the Guthrie Green at 6 pm
Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors at Brady Theater
Jake Odin & The Marching Band at the Fur Shop
Robert Hoefling and Poppa Foster’s Creole Trio at Soul City
Hosty at the Hunt Club
The Regular Joes w/Joe Baxter at the Colony
The Paranoyds, Sadgirl, and Planet What at Spinster Records
Soft Leather at Soundpony
Dan Martin at the VFW Centennial Lounge
– On Saturday, check out:
The Plums at the Hunt Club
Larkin, The Soul Surferos at Yeti
Franks & Deans at Mercury Lounge
The Electric Rag Band at Fur Shop
Dirty Creek Bandits, And Then There Were Two, and Sloppy Joe Fiasco at the VFW Centennial Lounge
Overslept at the Vanguard
Cassi Stephan and The Rachel LaVonne Band at the Colony
– Come back on Sunday to hear:
Mike Cameron Collective at East Village Bohemian Pizza
Micky Dolenz at the Hard Rock Casino in Catoosa
Dan Martin at the Fur Shop
Paul Benjaman’s Sunday Nite Thing at the Colony
Moth Wings at the Vanguard

Let’s go to Oklahoma City, starting with an event running Friday and Saturday: the OKC Philharmonic presents: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Learn more about this event at www.okcciviccenter.com.
Friday night is basketball night at the OKC Blue go up against the Rio Grande Valley Vipers at the Cox Convention center and your OKC Thunder plays the Boston Celtics at the Chesapeake Energy Arena. For the first game info, visit oklahomacity.gleague.nba.com and for the second, visit www.nba.com/thunder. All links will be provided in the transcript to this podcast if you’re having trouble jotting them down.
This Friday night is the First Friday Gallery Walk down in the Paseo Arts District. Check out many of the areas art galleries, taste some wine, check out some live music, and the like. Learn more at www.thepaseo.org.
If you’re a fan of antique trains, the Fall Steam Train event by the Oklahoma Railway Museum will be full steam ahead this Saturday and Sunday. Bundle up and hop aboard Valley Coal Company #126 for a 40-minute train ride into the past. Learn all about it at www.oklahomarailwaymuseum.org.
For some music in the capital this weekend, don’t miss the NeoRomantics at the Red Brick Bar in Norman on Friday night, Rezz on Saturday at the OKC Farmer’s Market, or Vintage Trouble at Tower Theatre on Sunday.

Once again, if you’re looking to make your next career move, to get your team the best IT training available or reliable payroll staffing solutions, look no further than OakTree Staffing & Training. Learn all about them at www.oaktreestaffing.com. Until next weekend, I’m Ken Lane and I hope you have a fantastic weekend.

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