Howdy everybody. Welcome once again to another episode of Weekend Plans in Tulsa — your coffee-break-length Tulsa events podcast to help you make the most of what you’re working for — the weekend, that is. In this episode, we’ll be covering a variety of great events taking place the weekend of September 14th through the 16th, 2018. As always, if you missed an event or just would like to learn more, a full transcript of this podcast with links is available at oaktreestaffing.com/blog. But first, a shameless plug!
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In order to help you get ready for the weekend, here’s your Tulsa weekend weather forecast. This Friday, it is looking to be mostly sunny with a high of 90, Saturday is mostly sunny with a high of 88 and Sunday is mostly Sunday with a high of 88.
Starting with events happening all weekend long, there’s no way you won’t have fun at this Scotfest. Put on your kilt, grab your bagpipes, and head down to the River West Festival Park to enjoy Scottish culture including highland games, music, dancing, and, you guessed it, haggis! To learn more, head over to http://okscotfest.com
Friday and Saturday, enjoy The Higher Plains Hip and Jazz Festival at Vanguard featuring, Mark Lettieri of Snarky Puppy, Dynamo, Combsy, and We Make Shapes, Steph Simon, Sativa Prophets, and others. Visit https://www.thevanguardtulsa.com/ to see the full lineup and get tickets.
This Saturday at the River West Festival Park is MisFest, a celebration of femininity, that will feature some of Tulsa’s treasured female-led musical acts. This year, the festival gates will open at 1pm, show starting at 2pm with the lineup of Rachel Bachman, Brother Rabbit, Lauren Barth, Nightingale, Golden Ones, Lincka, Faye Moffett and Katie Herzig. For tickets and additional information, visit https://www.misfest.com/
Also this Saturday, run for your health and run for your life at the Zombie Outbreak Run at Chandler Park. Runners will need to outwit and outrun zombies who are after your life flags as you head through the course. Come in costume or dressed to run and enjoy the fun. To learn more, we have the event link on our blog page. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hex-house-zombie-outbreak-run-tickets-45663503769
For Live Music happening this weekend aside from MisFest and Higher Plains, starting this Friday —
– Claire Morales, Hey Judy, and Ramona & The Phantoms at Spinster Records
– Roots of Thought at the Colony
– Electric Billy Club at Blackbird On Pearl
– Rindown, Infinite Crustacean and Landry Miller at the Beehive Lounge
– The Susan Herndon Happy Hour at Soul City
– Reggae Legends Imeru Tafari, Marcia Griffiths and Tony Rebel will be playing on the QuikTrip Great Lawn at The Gathering Place
Saturday, Sept 15
– Chris Young, Kane Brown and Morgan Evans at the BOK
Sunday Sept 16
– Dustin Pittsley’s Gospel Brunch at Soul City
– Esoterik and Pittersplatter at the Vanguard
– Paul Benjaman’s Sunday Nite Thing at The Colony
That about does it for this episode of Weekend Plans in Tulsa from your friends at OakTree Staffing & Training. If you missed an event, we have a full transcript with links of this podcast at oaktreestaffing.com/blog. If you have an events we’d like to mention in an upcoming episode, reach out to us on social media.
Until next time, I’m Ken from OakTree and I hope you have an amazing weekend.
Enjoy yet another episode of our new podcast: Weekend Plans in Tulsa. During this short podcast, you’ll get a quick taste of what’s happening in Tulsa every weekend.