February 2018 events in Tulsa
33 fun things to do in February in Tulsa, from kid-oriented dinosaur expos to big-name musical acts
On February 2, the PAC Trust presents “Freedom Train,” the story of Harriet Tubman, founder of the Underground Railroad, at the Tulsa PAC.
Clay Walker and special guest Tracy Byrd make The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino hum.
Award-winning country artist Travis Tritt plays the Cox Business Center.
Let the annual Tulsa Boat, Sport and Travel Show at Expo Square chase those winter blues away.
The PAC Trust presents “Freedom Train,” the story of Harriet Tubman, founder of the Underground Railroad, at the Tulsa PAC.
Kid Rock hits the BOK Center for his Greatest Show on Earth Tour.
Fido can explore the Tulsa Botanic Garden’s Dog Days of Winter from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. each day. Runs every Friday and Saturday through Feb. 24.
The Heritage Rodeo rides into Expo Square.
Theatre North presents “Seven Guitars,” by Pulitzer Prize-winning writer August Wilson, at the Tulsa PAC. Also runs Feb. 10-11.
Tulsa Symphony welcomes concert master/guest violinist Rossitza Jekova-Goza for one performance of Mendelssohn’s “Symphony No. 3” at the Tulsa PAC.
Bring your lunch and hear pianist Barron Ryan tickle the ivories at the Tulsa PAC Trust’s free noon-time Brown Bag It concert at the Tulsa PAC.
Noel Coward’s classic comedy, “Blithe Spirit,” is performed by TCC Theatre Department at the VanTrease PACE.
The Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival, at the Glenpool Conference Center, is the area’s largest intertribal fine art show.
Grammy-nominated comedian Jim Gaffigan will tickle your funny bones during his Paradise Cove appearance at RiverSpirit Margaritaville Resort.
Ladies, a plethora of booths, giveaways and a celebrity or two await you at Tulsa Women’s Living Expo at Expo Square.
Model trains galore, for viewing and purchase, is what you will find at the Great Train Expo at Expo Square.
Enjoy five short plays and cereal snacks during Heller Theater’s “Second Sunday Serials” at the Agora Event Center. Adults only.
Don’t miss the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters at the BOK Center.
Enjoy an evening of romantic music by Peter Cetera, formerly of the band Chicago, at The Joint at the Hard Rock Casino and Hotel.
Blake Shelton kicks off his Country Music Freaks national tour with Brett Eldredge, Carly Pearce and Trace Adkins at the BOK Center.
Signature Symphony presents trumpeter Jeff Shadley in “Sinatra’s America,” playing Big Band hits at the Van Trease PACE.
Expo Square offers the Arctic Cat Nitro Arenacross and Freestyle Nationals.
Prep for spring at the Tulsa Remodel and Landscape Show at the Cox Business Center.
Step back in time when antique shopping at Expo Square’s Vintage Tulsa Show.
World-renowned opera stars Susan Graham, Oklahoma native Sarah Coburn and conductor Timothy Long are featured in Tulsa Opera’s “The Stars Align” at the Tulsa PAC.
Norman Rockwell: Behind the Camera at Gilcrease Museum features reference photos the iconic American artist used to create his paintings.
Take the kids to “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Live: King for a Day!” at the Tulsa PAC.
The Akdar Shrine Circus hits Expo Square for four days of lions, tigers, clowns and trapeze acts.
TU Theatre presents a multimedia production of George Orwell’s “1984” in Kendall Hall on the TU campus.
Explore the Gilcrease Museum grounds, support local artists, and enjoy cocktails and the museum’s collection at Gilcrease After Hours.
When’s the last time you saw a T-rex? Check out Discover the Dinosaurs: Time Trek at the Cox Business Center.
Tulsa’s own Just Between Friends Spring Sale returns to Expo Square.
St. Vincent: Fear the Future Tour hits the Brady Theater stage.
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