Weekend Plans in Tulsa – April 5-8, 2018 [Podcast]
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Weekend Plans in Tulsa – April 5-8, 2018 [Podcast]

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Howdy friends and welcome to another episode of Weekend Plans in Tulsa — your floss-your-teeth length podcast that keeps you in the know about some great events happening every weekend in beautiful Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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Going on now till Saturday is the 2018 Pipeline & Energy Expo at the Cox Business Center. This conference targets every aspect of the pipeline industry, including engineering, construction, inspection, supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), maintenance, rehabilitation, safety, and integrity. For more information, visit http://coxcentertulsa.com/.

All weekend at the Tulsa PAC is the acclaimed production, “Disgraced” which deals with themes of race, religion, and classism in post-9/11 America. Talkbacks with community and cultural leaders will be held following the Sunday matinee performances to discuss the material with the cast and creative team. For more information about the event, visit http://tulsapac.com/

Happening on Friday and Saturday, don’t miss Tulsa Sings! 100 Years of Song at the TCC VanTrease Performing Arts Center at the TCC Southeast Campus. Finalists in The News On 6’s Tulsa Sings competition will perform with Signature Symphony and beside Scott Coulter and other Broadway stars. You can learn more about showtimes and ticket information at:
http://www.signaturesymphony.org/

Also, this Friday and Saturday, the Tulsa Oilers will face Rapid City Rush at 7:05pm at the BOK Events Center. For more information on these hockey games, visit: https://tulsaoilers.com

Since it’s the first Friday of April, that means it’s time for the First Friday Art Crawl in the Tulsa Arts District. Enjoy live music, art installations, and all kinds of food vendors right outside downtown. Learn more at http://thetulsaartsdistrict.org

Also won Friday, if you’re like me, you grew up loving Curious George. Now you can enjoy the curious little monkey live in Curious George: The Golden Meatball at the Tulsa PAC John H. Williams Theatre at 6pm. To learn more, visit.
http://tulsapac.com/

On Saturday, get out and enjoy the Kendall Whittier Food Truck Festival right around Admiral and Lewis. This event will run noon to 5pm. This 6th annual fest will feature some of Tulsa’s favorite trucks, live music, and special events at Kendall Whittier businesses.
Learn all about the event at http://historickwms.com/

Music:

Thursday the 5th:
– Folk Family Revival at Blackbird On Pearl
– Dachshund with Move Trio at Hunt Club
– Thomas Rhett at the BOK Event Center
– Absolutely Not and Tight Rope at Soundpony
– Jacob Tovar’s Western Night at the Colony
– The Begonias at Soul City
– Crystal Chameleon, Nomad and Bunn E Beats at the Yeti
– Paul Benjaman at the Mercury Lounge
– Corey Smith and Kody West at Cain’s Ballroom

Friday the 6th:
– The Ty Griffin Birthday Bash at the Vanguard
– Brad James at Blackbird on Pearl
– Scott Musick & Susan Herndon at Soul City
– Desi & Cody with the Lonelys at the Colony
– Favored and Flavored All Stars at the Sound Pony
– Bandolier and Grazzhopper at the Hunt Club
– Arkansauce at the Mercury Lounge
– SteneRoller at George’s Pub in Jenks
– William Clark Green and Corey Kent White at Cain’s Ballroom

Saturday the 7th:
– Taylor Jones at the Beehive Lounge
– James Groves Blues Machine at the Shrine
– Alterblood and Vague Vendetta at the Blackbird on Pearl
– The Round Up Boys at Soul City
– Dane Arnold and the Soup at River Spirit Casino
– Weston Horn at George’s Pub in Jenks
– Combsy w/ Branjae, Costa Upson, Olivia McGraw and Culture Cinematic at the Colony
– Doug E. Fresh, Biz Market, Big Daddy Kane and many others at Guthrie Green.

Sunday the 8th:
– Paul Benjaman’s Sunday Nite Thing at the Colony
– Leon Russell Birthday Celebration Cain’s Ballroom
– Greenbeard and Redwitch Johnny at the Mercury Lounge
– Bruner & Eicher at Soul City
– Cedar House at the Sound Pony

That’s all we have for you this episode of Weekend Plans in Tulsa. This podcast is brought to you every week by OakTree Staffing & Training. If you’d like help finding your next amazing position or possibly finding Microsoft training for your team, look no further than OakTree Staffing & Training. You can learn more about OakTree or see a full transcript of this podcast at https://www.oaktreestaffing.com/

Until next time, I’m Ken and I hope you have a fantastic weekend.

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