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Hello, friends and welcome to another episode of Weekend Plans in Tulsa – your run-to-the-store length podcast about what’s happening in Tulsa, Oklahoma every weekend. In this episode, we’ll be featuring the weekend of April 20th through the 22nd, 2018.
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Ok, let’s see what’s happening this weekend in Tulsa, OK!
New to the podcast will be the weather forecast. In Tulsa for the weekend of April 20th through the 22nd, Friday will be partly cloudy with a high of 61, low of 46 with a chance of rain going into Saturday, which will have a high of 50 and low of 47 with rain expected. Sunday will be a little warmer with a high of 55, low of 45, but partly cloudy.
Once again, going down at the Tulsa PAC is the multi Tony Award-winning production of The Producers. Mel Brooks’s The Producers is the tale of two men who discover they can make more money on Broadway with a flop than with a hit. Shows will be happening at the Tulsa PAC – John H. Williams Theatre with additional information at http://tulsapac.com/
Hopefully the rain expected for this weekend will hold off long enough for your Tulsa Drillers to face off against the Arkansas Naturals on Saturday and Sunday. Log on to http://tulsadrillers.com/ for ticket information.
Also, happening Saturday the 21st until April 29th is the Woody Guthrie Fifth Anniversary Celebration. Music, talks, and much more are happening at the Woody Guthrie Center and at various other locations around town. For more, log on to http://woodyguthriecenter.org/
On Saturday night, Noam Faingold, the Director of the bART Conservatory will present the world premier of his symphonic piece “Others” performed by Tulsa’s own Signature Symphony followed by the symphony’s performance of Mahler’s Fifth Symphony. You can learn more about it at http://www.signaturesymphony.org/
For a little less civilization and a little more excitement, how does roller derby sound? On Saturday night, Roughneck Roller Derby vs the Oklahoma Victory Dolls’ Rornado Alley Roller Girls at the Rhema Ninoski Rec Center. For the full scoop, head on over to http://roughneckrollerderby.com
Keeping with the rough-and-tumble theme, the Tulsa Rugby Club will take the field against Dallas Rugby D2 at the Tulsa Rugby Pitch on Riverside. Learn more at http://tulsarugbyclub.com/
Thursday, April 19
– Tedeschi Trucks Band at Brady Theater
– Ring Down and Dopamine Dreams at Soundpony
– 38 Special at the Hard Rock Casino in Catoosa
Friday, April 20
– Stylees at the Colony
– ALARM58’s Leon Russell Monument Benefit at Cain’s Ballroom
– Verse & The Vapors, Sigeppi, the Dull Drums and DJ Spencer LG at Fassler Hall
– The Percolaters at Lefty’s On Greenwood
– Redwitch Johnny and Crobone at Mercury Lounge
– Lyrical Smoke at Soundpony
– Pilgrim at Soul City
Saturday, April 21
– The Doobie Brothers at River Spirit Casino
– JT and the Dirtbox Wailers at the Hunt Club
– The Mules and Smoochie Wallus featuring John Paul Ratliff and Peter Bedgood at the Beehive Lounge
– Faye Moffett at Lefty’s On Greenwood
Sunday April 22
– Bruner & Eicher at Soul City
– Brandon Clark at Mercury Lounge
– Paul Benjaman’s Sunday Nite Thing
That about does it for this episode of Weekend Plans in Tulsa. If you’d like to see a full transcript of this podcast with links, make sure to visit https://www.oaktreestaffing.com/blog
Until next time, I’m Ken Lane and I hope you have a thoroughly chillaxed weekend.