Things to do in Tulsa in July
Tulsa's can't-miss events for July 2018. There's summer fun in spades for the whole family!
July 7 — Peruse art and handmade goods at the Kendall Whittier Mercado, an open-air market at East Admiral Boulevard and North Lewis Avenue.
Kendall Whittier Main Street
Hear Kansas’ rock classics like “Dust in the Wind” at the Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Gavin Rossdale returns to Tulsa with Bush at the Brady Theater.
Celebrate the red, white and blue with Signature Symphony and Signature Chorale at the annual Fourth on the Third at the Tulsa Community College VanTrease PACE.
The Tulsa Drillers host the Midland RockHounds, Frisco RoughRiders, Arkansas Travelers and Springfield Cardinals baseball teams at ONEOK Field. Continues July 15-18, 23-25.
The Utica Square concert series Summer’s Fifth Night kicks off July with big band music from Starlight Band. Performances follow by saxophonist Eldredge Jackson (July 12), the Red Dirt Rangers (July 19) and Mary Cogan (July 26).
Peruse art and handmade goods at the Kendall Whittier Mercado, an open-air market at East Admiral Boulevard and North Lewis Avenue.
River Spirit Casino Resort welcomes Pitbull, aka Mr. Worldwide, to its Paradise Cove Theater.
Stage legend siblings Donny and Marie bring their national concert tour to the Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Two legendary rock bands, Def Leppard and Journey, play the BOK Center.
Relive the ’80s when Paradise Cove at the River Spirit Casino Resort hosts Boy George and Culture Club and the B-52s.
Dr. Seuss’ stories come to life in Theatre Tulsa Family’s musical “Seussical Jr.” at the Tulsa PAC.
Vendors fill RiverSpirit Expo for An Affair of the Heart of Tulsa arts and crafts show.
Tulsa Project Theatre presents the Oklahoma premiere of the musical “Lizzie” at the Tulsa PAC. Continues July 20-22.
Get ready to dive and duck when DodgeBrawl hits the BOK Center.
Ready to laugh? Soundpony hosts its “Happy Hour Comedy Show.” Repeats monthly.
The Midwest Harp Festival offers free concerts at the University of Tulsa’s Lorton Performance Center. Continues July 19 and 21.
Starlight Concert Band presents “At the Movies,” a first-act band concert, followed by a silent movie with live organ accompaniment, at Guthrie Green.
The BOK Center welcomes award-winning country duo Sugarland and their “Still the Same 2018” tour with special guests Frankie Ballard and Lindsay Ell.
Presented by Celebrity Attractions, “1964 … The Tribute” returns to the Tulsa PAC.
Dreams come true for a ’60s teen. Theatre Tulsa Family presents “Hairspray” at the Tulsa PAC.
Band of Horses, which released its fifth studio album in June, plays the historic Cain’s Ballroom.
The BOK Center hosts the solo tour of One Direction’s Niall Horan with special guest Maren Morris.
The I AM Yoga Festival offers group classes and a market of healthy, holistic vendors at the Tulsa Garden Center.
Killer Queen, a Queen tribute band, visits the Brady Theater.
The Bob Dylan Archive continues its film series, “Tarantula: On Film,” at the Woody Guthrie Center to coincide with the WGC’s exhibition “Tarantula(s): Bob Dylan’s Novel Revisited.”