27 things to do in Tulsa in January
There's something for the whole family to enjoy in Tulsa in January 2019, from education adventures to adrenaline-fueled racing.
Through Jan. 4
Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art presents “George Tobolowsky: Menorahs of Steel,” featuring multiple designs and sizes made from various scraps of metal.
Too much New Year’s Eve celebrating? Cain’s Ballroom hosts “The Hangover Ball” for all ages.
Doo-woppers The Four Tops play the Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Tulsa Symphony’s “Prokofiev’s ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ and Mozart Selections,” conducted by Daniel Hege, at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, will put you in the mood for romance.
What happens when smiling, clean-cut young men in ties on a mission ring your doorbell? Find out when Celebrity Attractions presents the Tulsa return of Broadway musical smash “The Book of Mormon” at the Tulsa PAC.
The University of Tulsa Golden Hurricane takes on the men of the University of Cincinnati on the hard court of the Donald W. Reynolds Center at TU.
Theatre Tulsa presents a tale as old as time, “Beauty and the Beast,” at the Tulsa PAC.
The 33rd annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Midget Nationals, running 55 laps over a dirt track, return to River Spirit Expo at Expo Square.
TU’s Concerts with Commentary presents “German Romantics: Brahms and Spohr,” featuring faculty members — clarinetist Kristi Sturgeon, soprano Meray Boustani and pianist Stuart Dever — in the Lorton Performance Center.
Friends of Finance at the University of Tulsa welcomes John Hewitt, president/CEO of Matrix Service Co., to its noon luncheon in the Great Hall of Allen Chapman Activity Center. Reservations are required.
Watch lots of grappling at the Flo Tulsa World of Wrestling Nationals at the Tulsa Fairgrounds Pavilion.
“Nothing Else Matters” when Metallica makes a stop at the BOK Center for its World Wired Tour.
R&B artists Boyz II Men hit the stage at the Paradise Cove Theater inside River Spirit Casino Resort.
Hair and nail artisans will participate in a “flash residency” to share their creative processes at ahha Tulsa’s “The Artists Are In: The Art of Beauty.”
See the popular PBS KIDS stage production, “Wild Kratts @ Live 2.0 — Activate Creature Power” at the Tulsa PAC.
You remember him from “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” — stand-up comedian Demetri Martin’s “Wandering Mind” tour hits the Cox Business Center.
World-renowned cellist Jeff Zeigler of Golden Hornet’s “The Sound of Science” plays the Tulsa PAC.
The Paradise Cove Theater stage inside River Spirit Casino Resort presents award-winner Toni Braxton’s “As Long As I Live Tour” with special guests SWV (Sisters With Voices).
Brian Regan comes to the Brady Theater with a good dose of clean, observational, but sarcastic, humor.
Get ideas for spring planting at the Green Country Home and Garden Show inside the Exchange Center at Expo Square.
For three straight matchups, the Tulsa Oilers take on the Allen Americans at the BOK Center.
Signature Symphony presents J.S. Bach to P.D.Q Bach in its Classics Concert “Bach and Sons Inc.” at TCC’s Van Trease Performing Arts Center for Education.
The fifth annual Tulsa Oilers Arena Challenge combines running/walking and stair climbing inside the BOK Center.
Amateur boxers ages 18-40 from around the state compete at the Oklahoma Gold Gloves State Championship at the Greenwood Cultural Center.
Chamber Music Tulsa welcomes the Kenari Saxophone Quartet at the Tulsa PAC.
Start planning your spring and summer excursions at the Tulsa Boat, Sport and Travel Show at River Spirit Expo.