Things to do in Tulsa in April
There's something for the whole family this month in Tulsa.
April 13: The Easter Bunny hops to LaFortune Park for a free Easter Egg Hunt, just for kids ages 3-8.
drillers: tim campbell; lindy in the park: Jamin Jackson; egg hunt: kelly thompson edwards
The Cynthia Simmons Trio opens Jazz Appreciation Month at Tulsa Performing Arts Center Trust’s free lunchtime Brown Bag It series in Kathleen Westby Pavilion.
Head to ONEOK Field for Tulsa Drillers’ 2019 season opener with the Arkansas Travelers, featuring an opening day parade celebrating the 2018 Texas League Champions.
It will be fun, fun, fun, when The Beach Boys return with their “Now and Then” tour at The Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Signature Symphony presents “The Bernstein/Robbins Centennial,” with guest artists Kelli Rabke and Scott Coulter, and crowns “Tulsa’s Best Singer” in the “Tulsa Sings!” championship at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education.
Theatre Tulsa presents the musical comedy about a down-on-his-luck singer and the whimsical waitress he meets in “The Wedding Singer” at the Tulsa PAC.
It’s opening day for the Tulsa Farmers’ Market at East 15th Street and South Peoria Avenue; it’s open consecutive Saturdays through October. For more information on the 21 year old market, you can check out our article here.
Take the kids to Dance and Sing Along at the Discovery Lab.
Tulsa Town Hall After Dark features space archeologist, Egyptologist and satellite imagery pioneer Sarah Parcak at Cascia Hall Preparatory School’s Performing Arts Center.
Grammy winner Gladys Knight brings her big hits “Midnight Train to Georgia” and “Best Thing that Ever Happened to Me” to The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Tulsa LitFest presents four days of free author events, workshops, screenings and parties in the Tulsa Arts District.
The Easter Bunny hops to LaFortune Park for a free Easter Egg Hunt, just for kids ages 3-8.
Oklahoma Performing Arts Inc. presents one performance only of Gilbert and Sullivan’s one-act operetta “Trial by Jury” with a modern twist and lots of tap dancing at the Tulsa PAC.
“Selfie Made” author Meridith Rojas presents a workshop and book signing in Union School’s Multipurpose Activity Center, through Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma’s Juliette Low Leadership Society.
The Tulsa Master Gardeners will sell annual and perennial bedding plants, vegetables, herbs, natives and pollinator plants at Expo Square’s Exchange Center.
Legendary band The Doobie Brothers, whose classics include “What a Fool Believes” and “China Grove,” hits Paradise Cove at River Spirit Casino Resort.
Find everything you need for your springtime garden at Herb Day in Brookside at East 36th Street and South Peoria Avenue.
Take the family to Guthrie Green to celebrate Earth Day with activities, environmental booths and speakers.
Ok, So … Tulsa’s StorySlam features 10 previous monthly storyteller winners in its “Tulsa’s Best Storyteller Finals” at the Tulsa PAC.
The Woody Guthrie Center presents its sixth anniversary celebration with free music and downtown events.
The South Asian Performing Arts Foundation’s ballet “Meghadootam: The Cloud Messenger,” based on the Sanskrit poem “Meghaduta,” comes to the Tulsa PAC.
Magician Michael Carbonaro visits Paradise Cove at River Spirit Casino Resort.
Downtown Jenks comes alive with Jenks Garden Club’s free 23rd annual Herb ’n Plant Festival.
Chamber Music Tulsa welcomes the Carpe Diem String Quartet of Columbus, Ohio, to the Tulsa PAC.