Hello friends and welcome to yet another edition of Weekend Plans in Tulsa — your commute-length podcast that keeps you in the know about events happening this and every weekend in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This episode will cover February 15th through the 18th in 2018. In order to pay for the fancy microphone that I’m talking into, I need to let you know that this podcast is brought to you by OakTree Staffing & Training in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Let’s just be honest here — job hunting is more work than the job you’re actually looking to get. Why not put some professional job hunters to work? I know what you’re thinking — “what kind of people would do such a thing?” OakTree, my friends. For over 20 years, OakTree Staffing & Training has been placing the qualified workers into amazing jobs and it might as well be you. In addition to staffing, OakTree is also a Microsoft Certified Learning Partner, which means we can make Microsoft training for your team not just a breeze, but a joy. For you additional information on staffing or training from OakTree, head on over to www.oaktreestaffing.com and tell them “Weekend Plans in Tulsa” sent you so we can keep the fancy microphone. Without further ado, let’s dive into the weekend.
This episode of Weekend Plan in Tulsa from OakTree is unique because all of our main events are happening multiple days. Let’s start off with some live talent.
Friday and Saturday, enjoy “Sinatra’s America” wherein Trumpeter Jeff Shadley and the Tulsa Signature Symphony bring performances of classic Frank Sinatra hits at the TCC Van Trease PACE at the Southeast Campus of Tulsa Community College. Visit http://signaturesymphony.org/ for additional details.
Are you a fan of The Ramones? I named my cat “Ramone” so you know the answer there. If you’re like me, you’re not going to want to miss the stage performance of “Four Chords and a Gun” — Written by The Big Bang Theory actor John Ross Bowie, this new play is the story of The Ramones working on their fifth album, The End of the Century, with Phil Spector from 1978-80. This play is running through the 25th at the Tulsa PAC – Liddy Doenges Theatre running through the 25th with more details and ticket information at http://www.tulsaprojecttheatre.com
Don’t miss the words of Mark Twain come to life on stage with the production of “Tom Sawyer, Detective” running Friday through the 25th as well. Adapted from a the Tom Sawyer sequel, Tom Sawyer attempts to solve a mysterious murder. This will be taking place at the Spotlight Theatre with more information at http://spotlighttheatre.org/
Are you into old stuff? I’m sorry — I meant — are you into vintage collectibles? If you are, this weekend at the Expo Square has your name written all over it. Enjoy the Vintage Tulsa Show at Expo Square – Exchange Center running Friday through Sunday. This is the largest antique show in Oklahoma with more than 130 dealers from 20 different states. Get the whole scoop at http://vintagetulsashow.com
In the same area is, you guessed it, more old stuff — I mean — vintage collectibles at Darryl Starbird’s National Rod & Custom Show at the Expo Square – River Spirit Expo. This annual car show staple returns with dozens of beautifully restored hot rods and custom cars, as well as art, ink, and rock and roll. Visit http://www.starbirdcarshows.com/ to get a preview of what to expect.
In the similar area is the Nitro Arenacross Tour. Watch as the top dirt bike racers take to the course and the skies in the Expo Square – Ford Truck Arena. Get your tickets at http://www.nitroaxtour.com.
If you’re in a hockey mood, the Tulsa Oilers don’t seem to be taking any break this weekend as they face off against the Florida Everblades on Friday and Saturday night and the Indy Fuel on Sunday — all at the BOK Events Center. Get all game time and ticket information at https://tulsaoilers.com/
If you’re in the mood for some live music this weekend, you have a wide array of options. Let’s start on Thursday with…
– Ego Culture at the Hunt Club
– Blake Shelton, Brett Eldredge, Carly Pearce, Trace Adkins at the BOK Center
– The Begonias at Soul City
– Jacob Tovar’s Western Night at the Colony
– Soft Leather: Slow Down at Soundpony
– Paul Benjaman at Mercury Lounge
– Dalton Domino at Mercury Lounge
– Vintage Pistol at The Shrine
– Susan Herndon, Scott Musick & Friends at Soul City
– MONTU at Fassler Hall
– Waden Bowen at Cain’s Ballroom
– Jimmy Blythe Band at The Hunt Club
– Ryan McLaughlin at the Fur Shop
– Grazzhopper at the Colony
– Monica Taylor and her Red Dirt Ramblers at Soul City
– OC45 a Mercury Lounge
– Split Lip Rayfield at Cain’s Ballroom
– Hossty at The Hunt Club
– Smoochie Wallus at the Colony
– Freak Juice, Mike Dee and Stone Trio at Fassler Hall
– Captain Ledge Band at the VFW Centennial Lounge
– Mike Cameron Collective at East Village Bohemian Pizzeria
– Bruner & Eicher at Soul City
– Paul Benjaman’s Sunday Nite Thing at The Colony
– Malik Music at Soundpony
– Brandon Clark at Mercury Lounge
That will do it for this week’s episode of Weekend Plans in Tulsa from OakTree Staffing & Training. For a full listing of all of these events including links to additional information, visit https://www.oaktreestaffing.com/blog. Remember that if you like this show, you can subscribe via iTunes or your favorite podcast app by simply searching for “Weekend Plans in Tulsa.”
As always, I’m Ken from OakTree and I hope you have a serene weekend.
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