Agenda: April 2016
April's can't-miss events
April 23: Live and in color
The Drunken Artist offers Tulsans the chance to see professional artists at work on pieces auctioned off that evening — while enjoying local music, a pop-up art gallery, food and a cash bar. Presented by the I AM Yoga, Art + Music Festival, The Drunken Artist uses sustainable products and emphasizes recycling to make this a virtually “trashless” event. 7-8 p.m., VIP artist meet and greet; 8 p.m., doors open. Tickets range from $30-$45 at www.thedrunkenartist.com. Must be 21.
Apr. 1-2 Beloved by preschool children and many adults, Sesame Street Live comes to the BOK Center.
April 2 Pinto horse lovers unite at the Premier Pinto Classic at Expo Square.
April 6 Enjoy a lunch performance by pianist Barron Ryan with a splash of jazz and ragtime at the Tulsa PAC’s “Brown Bag It.”
April 7 Justin Bieber’s Purpose World Tour makes a stop at the BOK Center.
April 9 Get messy at the beach-themed Color Run at River West Festival Park.
April 9-10 See into the working lives of area artists on the Tulsa Art Studio Tour.
April 11 “Madam President” honors 35 Tulsa women and girls for their ability to lead and inspire. Artist John Hammer will unveil his portrait series of female leaders.
April 14-16 Sleep under the stars with grassroots music and art at the Easter Island Festival in Keetonville, 30 minutes from Tulsa.
April 16 Kick back in your lawn chair for the Tulsa Roots Music Global Bash at Guthrie Green.
April 15-17 Car aficionados: Roll into the Tulsa Auto Show at Expo Square.
April 14-19 Drillers baseball opens with six consecutive home games.
April 22 Composer Michael Daugherty premieres a chamber work inspired by Woody Guthrie at the final concert of Tulsa Camerata’s season.
April 23 The Jenks Herb and Plant Festival encourages gardening gurus.
April 24 A piano prodigy-turned-social-activist, Judy Collins will wow audiences at the Tulsa PAC.
April 30 MMA/boxing event Smoke & Guns pits local police and firefighters against each other to raise money for Oklahoma Firefighters Burn Camp and Special Olympics Oklahoma.