Hello, friends and welcome once again to another episode of Weekend Plans in Tulsa — your commute-length podcast update to help you plan out your Weekend in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This episode for January 18th through the 22nd. Before we get off and running, I’d like to send a big thanks to OakTree Staffing & Training for supporting this show. Whether you’re on the look for an amazing new career or Microsoft IT training for your team from absolutely anywhere, OakTree Staffing & Training has your back. See what OakTree can do for you at www.oaktreestaffing.com. Remember that all of these events in addition to their corresponding links can be found on OakTree’s blog at www.oaktreestaffing.com/blog. Without further ado, let’s start making plans.
Happening all weekend long is Theatre Tulsa’s live presentation of “Evita” — the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice about the life of Argentine political leader Eva Peron — all happening at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. This is the last weekend to catch it with more information at a http://www.tulsapac.com
Also happening all weekend is some icy hockey. See your Tulsa Oilers mop the ice with the Idaho Steelheads this Friday and Saturday nights and then proceed to do the same against the Colorado Eagles on Sunday at the BOK Events Center. Learn more at
On Saturday, join the Women’s March On Tulsa to affirm the commitment to build a positive and just future for all. The Women’s March will begin at the Guthrie Green on Saturday at 1 pm. For more information on the march, head over to https://www.guthriegreen.com/.
Prepare to laugh or thoroughly confused this Saturday night as weekend as Bob Newhart will headlining at the River Spirit Casino and Illusionist Criss Angel will be performing at the Hard Rock Casino in Catoosa.
We decided to lay the music section of this podcast on thick, so buckle in and take notes as we name off all of the great music happening from Thursday till Sunday.
Thursday, Jan 18:
– Jacob Tovar’s Thirst at The Colony
– Paul Benjamin at the Mercury Lounge
– Travis Fite at Lefty’s On Greenwood
– Ego Culture at Hunt Club
– Oak House at Sound Pony
– The Begonias at Soul City
– Weston Horn at the Hard Rock Casino in Catoosa
– Viet Rahm & Planet What at the Yeti
– The Devil’s Cut at The Vanguard
– Free Kittens & Bread at the Fur Shop
Friday, Jan 19:
– Dan Martin & Annie Oakley at the Colony
– Jake Hemphill Trio at Lefty’s on Greenwood
– Sprout at Blackbird on Pearl
– Darrel Lee Hopper at the VFW Centennial Lounge
– Hank Born & Combsy at Soul City
– Carrie Nation & Speakeasy at the Mercury Lounge
– Hush Machine, Girls Club, and Police Academy 2 at Soundpony
– Hosty at Fassler Hall
– The Plums at the Hunt Club
– Dean DeMerritt & Sean Al Jibouri at Bistro at Seville
– NeoRomantics, Couch Jackets, and Future Tapes at The Yeti
Saturday, Jan 20:
– 2Cellos at the Brady Theatre
– Stoney LaRue at Cain’s Ballroom
– Anthony Peirce & The Arrows at The Colony
– Dean DeMeritt Jazz Tribe ft. Sarah Maud at the Bull & Bear Tavern
– The Percolators at Lefty’s on Greenwood
– Helen Kelter Skelter at Mercury Lounge
– Fight the Fade at The Vanguard
– BC and the Big Rig at The Hunt Club
– Serafin String Quartet at the Gussman Concert Hall in the Lorton Performance Center
– Curtis Roper at Blackbird on Pearl
Sunday, Jan 21:
– Wanda Jackson at Cain’s Ballroom
– Paul Benjamin’s Sunday Nite Thing at The Colony
– Mouton & Noun Verb Adjective at the Starlite
– Danner Party and Carlton Hesston at the Soundpony
– Frank and Deans at the Mercury Lounge
– Herbie Hancock Tribute with Tim Shadley Trio at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame
There you have it, friends — all sorts of amazing events to pad out your weekend calendar in Tulsa, Oklahoma for January 18th through the 22nd. If you have any events you think we should know about, definitely let us know on our Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn pages. You can see a full listing of events on our blog at www.oaktreestaffing.com/blog.
Until next time, I’m Ken and I hope you have an incredible weekend.