Things to do in Tulsa in June
Tulsa, Oklahoma's can't-miss events and happenings for June 2018.
On June 1, award-winning comedian and actor Jerry Seinfeld takes the stage at the Tulsa PAC.
Award-winning comedian and actor Jerry Seinfeld takes the stage at the Tulsa PAC.
Cruise the music of legendary rock band REO Speedwagon at River Spirit Casino Resort.
First Friday Concerts have returned to the Gardens of LaFortune Park. Free; bring a blanket or lawn chair.
Country legend George Strait presents a weekend of concerts celebrating the 10th anniversary of the BOK Center.
The longstanding Tulsa Pride weekend celebrates with a downtown parade, a street festival and a family picnic at Guthrie Green.
Stock up on summertime produce at the Farmer’s Market at the Farm Shopping Center. Repeats Saturdays through October.
Head to Broken Arrow’s Central Park for Tuesdays in the Park Concerts. Repeats June 12, 19 and 26.
Hear from historical speakers of the 1920s at Chautauqua, “The Modern Age: Moving Forward from World War I,” at the Tulsa Historical Society and Museum.
Actor/musician Creed Bratton, former founding member of the Grass Roots, appears at the Vanguard. For all ages.
Visit the Brookside Farmers’ Market in the Brookside Church parking lot. Repeats Wednesdays through September from 7:30 a.m.-noon.
The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino presents the Charlie Daniels Band and the Marshall Tucker Band on Thursday; John Fogerty on Friday.
Tulsa Jazz presents “Boogie Wonderland: An Earth, Wind and Fire Tribute,” and Portico Dance Theatre presents “WO,” a collection of dance pieces about women’s issues — both at the Tulsa PAC.
Tulsa Tough rolls into downtown Tulsa with plenty of races, rides and activities to interest all ages.
Vintage Market Days sets up shop outside the Oklahoma Aquarium for three days of art, antiques and furniture.
A summer Tulsa tradition returns with Starlight Concerts at Guthrie Green in the Tulsa Arts District. Repeats June 19 and 26.
River Spirit Casino Resort welcomes guitarist, songwriter and vocalist Brian Setzer’s “Rockabilly Riot.”
“Janet Rutland Sings Gershwin” as part of the Tulsa PAC’s “SummerStage.”
Country and Americana artist Robert Earl Keen hits Cain’s Ballroom for an all-ages evening of music.
Comedian George Lopez brings his “The Wall” tour to the Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Explore intricate garden railroads on the Tulsa Garden Railroad Club Tour. Visit tulsagardenrailroadclub.com for locations.
Tulsa Youth Opera presents Pierangelo Valtinoni’s “Pinocchio” at the Tulsa PAC.
BOK Center welcomes legendary band the Eagles back for the venue’s 10th anniversary.
Cox Business Center hosts the USA Wrestling Junior National Duals.
Celebrity Attractions presents the award-winning Broadway musical “An American in Paris” at the Tulsa PAC.
Comedian Chris D’Elia’s “Follow the Leader Tour” hits the Brady Theater.
The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino welcomes stand-up comedian/TV personality Howie Mandel.
The Tulsa PAC hosts “Shades of White: A Play in Two Acts,” which tells a modern story of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.
At the Tulsa PAC, the South Asian Performing Arts Foundation presents artist Vidhya Subramanian in “Still I Rise,” a dance/play combination based on the famous poem by Maya Angelou.
Steve Lancaster and Sponji the Clown (John Pansze) bring their Family Magic Show to the Tulsa PAC.
The Tulsa PAC Trust brings Grammy-winning jazz artist Diana Krall to the Chapman Music Hall stage.
Americana musician Shakey Graves performs an all-ages concert at Cain’s Ballroom.