Things to do in Tulsa in June
Concerts, plays, sports and much more make June one of the busiest months in Tulsa. How will you be entertained this month?
Learn the Japanese art of origami in the ONEOK Boathouse at Gathering Place’s STEM Saturday, an interactive, hands-on experience to spark curiosity in science, technology, engineering and math for kids and their families.
The Woody Guthrie Center presents Grammy winner, songwriter, author and arts activist Ani DiFranco, with special guest Diane Patterson, for an intimate concert at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.
Take the kids to experience Nickelodeon’s “JoJo Siwa D.R.E.A.M. The Tour” at the Brady Theater.
Alt-Country band the Old 97s hit the Skyline Event Center at Osage Casino Hotel.
The Rainbow 5K, an Icona Pop concert, the annual Pride Parade and a fine arts exhibition are just a few downtown activities during the Tulsa Pride Celebration.
Attention, Parrotheads: Jimmy Buffett returns to T-Town with his “Son of a Son of a Sailor” tour at the BOK Center.
Broken Arrow’s Central Park is the site this month for weekly evening concerts at Tuesdays in the Park. Bring a blanket or lawn chair.
Chautauqua presents “The Spanish Influence on America,” free interactive presentations by local scholars given nightly in the large white tent on the Tulsa Historical Society and Museum lawn.
Stock up on fresh foods by shopping the Brookside Farmers’ Market at East 36th Place and South Peoria Avenue. Also June, 12, 19 and 26.
Treat your four-legged best friend to Dog Day Wednesday at Gathering Place.
Fiddler Kyle Dillingham and Horseshoe Road bring toe-tapping music to the Tulsa PAC’s Brown Bag It free lunch series in the Westby Pavilion.
Ready for some classic rock? The Fabulous Mid Life Crisis Band returns to Utica Square’s free Summer’s Fifth Night for dancing, listening and grooving. Seating provided, or bring a lawn chair. Series continues June 13, 20 and 27 with pop, rock and jazz.
Relax when Groves Blues Machine plays this month’s free First Friday Concert in the Gardens of LaFortune Park. Bring a lawn chair or blanket.
Cyclists converge on Tulsa’s Blue Dome District, the Tulsa Arts District and Riverside in the Saint Francis Tulsa Tough. Who can top Sunday’s final race on Cry Baby Hill?
Broken Arrow Community Playhouse closes its season with the musical “Godspell,” based on the Gospel of Matthew. Repeats June 14-16.
Starlight Band Concerts are back in full swing with “American Review” at Guthrie Green. Also June 18 and 25.
Country crooner Trace Adkins visits The Joint at Hard Rock Casino and Hotel.
Tulsa Juneteenth is a celebration of African-American history and culture featuring entertainment from nationally acclaimed artists Morris Day and Sheila E. in the Greenwood District.
Philbrook Museum’s Films on the Lawn presents the Kevin Costner film “Field of Dreams.” Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Ticket required. June 28: “Almost Famous”
“KIDZ BOP,” dubbed “the ultimate family concert experience,” with today’s biggest hits “sung for kids, by kids,” visits the BOK Center.
Head to the East Village for the inaugural Mayo Moto Street Classic — an immersive motorcycle experience with racing — live music from the Paul Benjamin Band, JJ Grey and Mofro, food trucks and art.
Here’s your chance to see Hollywood actor John Cusack at the Cox Business Center for a screening of his 1989 film “Say Anything,” followed by a live conversation.
Need to laugh? British stand-up comedian Eddie Izzard’s Wunderbar Tour visits Brady Theater.
See the latest in neighborhood amenities when you tour new homes across Tulsa at the Greater Tulsa Parade of Homes.
“Show Me the Way” to Peter Frampton at the Joint at Hard Rock Casino and Hotel.
Gilcrease Museum’s quarterly Jazz Night in the Vista Room, includes live jazz, a buffet and a cash bar, with galleries open until 8 p.m.
Celebrity Attractions brings the Broadway musical smash “Fiddler on the Roof” to the Tulsa PAC.
Sand Springs Community Theatre presents the musical allegory “The Fantasticks” at Central Ninth Grade Center in Sand Springs.
Glenpool celebrates its 41st annual BlackGold Days festival with carnival rides, food vendors and live entertainment in Black Gold Park.
The Joint at Hard Rock Casino and Hotel presents country legend Hank Williams Jr.
Be a kid again at Boulder Dash, a downhill tricycle race for adults at the corner of South Boulder Avenue and East Archer Street.
Don’t miss the Harsco 2019 Texas League All Star Game at ONEOK Field with a home run derby.
The Bixby Green Corn Festival brings a carnival, arts and crafts, food and live music to Bixby’s Charley Young Park.