Things to do in Tulsa in February
Whimsical operas, exciting BMX events, shopping expos and much more to entertain you this month.
Tulsa kids can experience the world of agriculture at the free “Kids, Kows and More” in Expo Square’s Exchange Center.
“2 Friends and Junk” comes to Expo Square’s Central Park Hall for shopping till you drop.
See playwright Nassim Soleimanpour’s widely acclaimed “White Rabbit Red Rabbit,” performed by the University of Tulsa Theatre Department at Tyrrell Hall.
Guest Maestro Gerhardt Zimmerman conducts Tulsa Symphony, playing “Shostakovich’s Seventh Symphony” at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.
Theatre North presents “The Green Book,” a play about African Americans’ car travel safety concerns during the Jim Crow era, from the 1930s-’60s, at the Tulsa PAC.
Jambalaya Jass Band presents Cajun jazz for the Tulsa PAC’s free lunchtime “Brown Bag It.”
Is someone whistling “Sweet Georgia Brown”? The Harlem Globetrotters hit the court at the BOK Center.
Multi Grammy Award-winner Kelly Clarkson brings “Meaning of Life” to the BOK Center, joined by Kelsea Ballerini and Brynn Cartelli.
Hundreds of riders compete in an exciting weekend of racing at the BMX Sooner Nationals in the Ford Truck Arena at Expo Square.
Tulsa Survival and Green Living gives ideas for living green and off the grid at Expo Square’s Exchange Center.
Hear favorite contemporary Christian artists when the Winter Jam concert returns to the BOK Center.
Paintings, photos and prints from 1900-1960 explore a complex range of responses to the rapid rise of American industry in the exhibition “Making Modern America,” opening at Philbrook Museum of Art. Through May 26.
Jeff Dunham and his character puppets present adult comedy when his “Passively Aggressive” tour hits the BOK Center.
The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino welcomes The Commodores with music to romance your valentine.
Take your valentine to hear some Big Band when Signature Symphony presents Walter White in “Breaking Good” at Van Trease Performing Arts Center for Education.
February 15, 17
Tulsa Opera’s “The Little Prince” is an enchanting tale of adventure, friendship and love told through the eyes of a child at the Tulsa PAC.
Calling all Hotrodders: Darryl Starbird’s National Rod and Custom Car Show returns to Expo Square.
February 15-17, 22-24
American Theatre Co. presents the musical “Sunday in the Park with George” at the Tulsa PAC.
The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino welcomes country legend Willie Nelson and Family.
Legendary singer-songwriter James Taylor returns to the BOK Center with special guest Bonnie Raitt.
The story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons comes to life, complete with all their hits, when Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center presents “Jersey Boys.”
Michael Bolton brings his “Symphony Sessions Tour” to Paradise Cove at River Spirit Casino Resort.
A romantic fairy tale en pointe: Tulsa Ballet’s “The Sleeping Beauty” at the PAC.
Watch professor Henry Higgins turn London flower girl Eliza Doolittle into a refined Victorian lady in Theatre Tulsa’s production of “My Fair Lady” at the Tulsa PAC.
Nearly 86 miles of trails were created for the POSTOAK Challenge trail race.
Enjoy out-of-the-ordinary displays at the Oddities and Curiosities Show at Expo Square’s Central Park Hall.
The TU Golden Hurricane Women’s Basketball team plays the University of Connecticut in the Donald J. Reynolds Center.
The perfect play? Not! Celebrity Attractions presents the musical comedy “The Play That Goes Wrong” at the Tulsa PAC.
The TU Golden Hurricane Men’s Basketball team meet Tulane in the Reynolds Center.
February 28-March 3
Akdar Shrine Circus Pavilion rolls into town for big shows at Expo Square’s Pavilion.
World Stage Theatre Co. presents “Best of Enemies” at the Tulsa PAC.