Weekend Plans in Tulsa – September 21-23, 2018 (Podcast)

Weekend Plans in Tulsa – September 21-23, 2018 (Podcast)

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Howdy-do friends and welcome to yet another episode of Weekend Plans in Tulsa — your coffee-break-length podcast to give you the 411 on what’s happening in the 918. Before we get started, let me introduce you to the kind souls who make Weekend Plans in Tulsa possible. If you’re looking for a great job or possibly employee training for your team, OakTree Staffing & Training can help. In order to speak with a career professional or training coordinator, log on to oaktreestaffing.com and reach out to us via our Contact page or give us a ring at 918-584-7900.

For your weekend weather forecast in Tulsa, this Friday is looking to have a high of 77 and almost definitely rain, Saturday is looking to have a high of 70 with 40% chance of rain, and Sunday will have a high of 78 with a 30% chance of rain.

All Weekend Long:
Starting with events happening all weekend long in Tulsa, you will not want to miss the Tulsa Greek Festival Thursday and running till Sunday at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church at 1222 South Guthrie Avenue. Enjoy eye-rollingly-delicious Greek food, experience traditional dancing and other aspects of Greek culture all weekend long. For additional information, visit http://tulsagreekfestival.com.

Also happening all weekend long is the grand opening of the Pearl District’s newest brewery, Nothing’s Left Brewing Co. Come check them out before they live up to their name! You can learn more about the activities at http://nothingsleftbrew.co

Friday, September 21

Saturday, September 22

While you’re downtown at the Tulsa Greek Festival, don’t miss MOJO Fest in the East Village. Enjoy the music of John Fullright, Ann Bell & Friends, The Beckham Brothers and The Subdudes. Learn all about MOJO Fest at http://facebook.com/mojofesttulsa.

This Saturday, the residents of the Owen Park Neighborhood in Tulsa have organized the Tiny Porch Festival. From 3 pm to 8 pm, come enjoy some quaint neighborly environs with live music from such names as The Lonelys, Grazzhopper Trio, Sam Westhoff and many others while enjoying some food from such sources as Killer Wail BBQ, The Willows Family Ales, and Cirque Coffee while catching up with friends and making new ones. For a full write-up about the festival, visit our blog at oaktreestaffing.com/blog and find the transcript for this episode of Weekend Plans in Tulsa.
http://www.thetulsavoice.com/September-B-2018/Superbly-anti-suburb/

Also happening Saturday afternoon, but down at 2 pm at the Jenks Riverwalk is Woofstock, presented by the Oklahoma Alliance for Animals. Bring your furry friend out for an afternoon of dog-centric fun including pet contests, microchipping, food vendors, and if you or your pet pal need a friend, pet adoptions. Learn more about the event at http://animalallianceok.org/event/woofstock-2018/.

Also on Saturday is the Tulsa Little Jam — a concert series, podcast, and fundraiser for local school music programs — at the Wood Guthrie Center at 7pm. This edition of Tulsa Little Jam will feature local acts Dane Arnold & The Soup, Branjae, and Roots of Thought. Each artist will provide a performance and interview in an intimate setting. Learn more about the Tulsa Little Jam at https://tulsalittlejam.com/.

For fans of professional hockey, oddly enough it’s coming to Tulsa this weekend as the Dallas Stars will face off against the Florida Panthers at the BOK Center in this pre-season game. Learn more at http://bokcenter.com.

Sunday, September 23

*Music*

Friday, September 21
– the Jillian Holzbauer Happy Hour followed by Levi Parham & Dustin Pittsley at the Colony
– Dane Arnold & The Soup at Soul City
– The Curtis Roper Band at Blackbird On Pearl
– Dante & The Hawks at The Hunt Club
– My So Called Band at the Vanguard
– Keep Flying, Spencer Radcliffe, Downward, and The Beaten Daylights at Chimera
– Chris Welch and the Cicada Killers at the Mercury Lounge
– Dumpstaphunk and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band at the Gathering Place
– Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters at Brady Theater

Saturday, September 22
– Afroman and Mountain Sprout at the Shrine
– Dead Metal Society at the Vanguard
– The South Austin Moonlighters at the Mercury Lounge
– Billy Idol at the Hard Rock Casino in Catoosa, OK.
– Robert Hoefling at the Colony.
– Billy Joe Winghead at the Blackbird On Pearl

Sunday September 23
– Mike Cameron Collective at East Village Bohemian Pizzeria
– Paul Thorn, and Weston Horn & The Hush at the Guthrie Green for an afternoon concert series.
– Paul Benjaman Sunday Nite Thing at The Colony

That about does it for another episode of Weekend Plans in Tulsa from OakTree Staffing & Training. If you want to get Weekend Plans in Tulsa straight to your device, feel free to follow us on iTunes or your preferred podcast app. You can also subscribe to OakTree Staffing & Training’s YouTube channel and get notifications about new programs straight to your inbox. Also, don’t forget to Like, Follow, Comment, and Subscribe to YouTube across social media, which you can receive links to at https://www.oaktreestaffing.com/social-media/. For a full transcript of this podcast with links to all of the events mentioned, log on to https://www.oaktreestaffing.com/blog/

Until next time, I’m Ken from OakTree and I hope you stay dry this 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.

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