21 fun things to do in April
The best April 2018 events in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
April 5: Former “Tonight Show” host Jay Leno brings his humor to the Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Celebrity Attractions presents “The Sound of Music” at the Tulsa PAC.
Former “Tonight Show” host Jay Leno brings his humor to the Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
The BOK Center turns up the country volume with singer/songwriter Thomas Rhett.
The ORU Mabee Center welcomes Christian artists MercyMe and Tenth Avenue North.
Crown Tulsa’s best singer at the “Tulsa Sings! 100 Years of Song” competition at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education.
Chow down at the Kendall Whittier Food Truck Festival at East Admiral Boulevard and North Lewis Avenue.
The 2018 Tulsa Farmers’ Market on Cherry Street begins its season at East 15th Street and South Peoria Avenue. Repeats April 14, 21 and 28.
Tulsa City-County Library presents the “21st Annual Yom HaShoah: An Interfaith Holocaust Commemoration” at TCC’s VanTrease PACE.
Author and radio personality Garrison Keillor’s “Just Passing Through …” tour visits the Brady Theater.
Tulsa Town Hall presents author Piper Kerman’s “The Real Story of ‘Orange is the New Black” at the Cascia Hall PAC.
Play ball! It’s opening night for the Tulsa Drillers 2018 home season against the Frisco RoughRiders at ONEOK Field.
Tulsa Ballet’s TB II: Emerging Choreographer’s Showcase features three world premieres at Studio K.
The Tulsa Roots Music Global Bash grooves at Guthrie Green in the Tulsa Arts District.
Three Dog Night rocks Paradise Cove at the River Spirit Casino Resort.
Popular 1980s rock group 38 Special appears at the Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Celebrate the Woody Guthrie Center’s Fifth Birthday in the Tulsa Arts District.
Guthrie Green hosts Earth Day entertainment, activities for families and kids, and educational booths.
Legendary band Judas Priest lights up the BOK Center.
Tulsa Opera presents Giacomo Puccini’s “Turandot” at the Tulsa PAC.
Disco balls and big hair: It’s the 16th annual ’80s PROM at Cain’s Ballroom.
ONEOK Field will be crimson and cream and orange and black for OU-OSU Bedlam Baseball.