37 fun things to do in Tulsa in March
March 2018's can't-miss events
March 5: Grammy-winner Pink presents her “Beautiful Trauma World Tour” at the BOK Center.
Tulsa ensemble Sheridan Road brings Duke Ellington’s jazz to the Tulsa PAC.
In support of his sixth studio album, “Undercurrent,” reggae, rock and hip hop artist Matisyahu performs at Cain’s Ballroom.
Get your fill of toe-tapping bluegrass, folk-rock and Americana with the Grammy-nominated Avett Brothers at Cox Business Center.
R&B legends Earth, Wind and Fire rock the Paradise Cove stage at the River Spirit Casino Resort.
Country sensation Easton Corbin plays The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Chamber Music Tulsa welcomes Rebel Baroque to St. John’s Episcopal Church.
The 2018 American Indian Festival of Words Circle of Honor Ceremony honors Henrietta Mann at Zarrow Regional Library. Mann is founding president of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal College.
Paradise Cove at the River Spirit Casino Resort welcomes singer/songwriter, vocalist and musician Steve Winwood, whose hits include “Gimme Some Lovin’” and “Roll With It.”
Dance to the music of Bob Wills, the founder of Western swing, with the Texas Playboys and the Round Up Boys, at the Bob Wills Birthday Celebration at Cain’s Ballroom.
Watch university wrestlers grapple at the Big 12 Wrestling Championship at the BOK Center.
“Get a Kick Out of…” Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame’s annual Cole Porter Revue, featuring local vocalists and instrumentalists, at the Jazz Depot.
Grammy-winner Pink presents her “Beautiful Trauma World Tour” at the BOK Center.
Celebrity Attractions brings the national Broadway tour “Finding Neverland” to the Tulsa PAC for a six-day run.
Tulsa PAC Trust presents the Bart Center for Music for its free noontime Brown Bag It concert series.
Multi-award winning, legendary crooner Johnny Mathis brings more than a half-century of big hits to Paradise Cove at the River Spirit Casino Resort.
Spring fever? Get a sneak peek of spring this weekend at the Greater Tulsa Home and Garden Show at Expo Square.
The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino welcomes Los Lobos and Los Lonely Boys.
American Theatre Co. presents the drama “A Steady Rain” at the Tulsa PAC.
Theatre Tulsa presents Stephen Sondheim’s musical “Into the Woods” at the Tulsa PAC.
This is the last month for the Winter Farmers’ Market at the Brookside Whole Foods parking lot. Market repeats March 24.
Chamber Music Tulsa welcomes “Horszowski Trio with Masumi Per Rostad” at the Tulsa PAC. (Salon concert March 9 at Hardesty Arts Center downtown).
Stop by Woodland Hills Mall to hear Tulsa Youth Symphony’s Play-A-Thon Concert.
The Black Jacket Symphony will perform Pink Floyd’s “The Dark Side of the Moon” in its entirety at the Brady Theater.
Warren Ross, President and Chairman of Ross Group, speaks at TU’s Friends of Finance at Allen Chapman Student Union.
Attention, Baby Boomers: legendary rock-and-roll group Chicago hits the Paradise Cove stage at the River Spirit Casino Resort.
Food for the Hungry presents Toby Mac’s Hits Deep Tour 2018, with Mandisa, Danny Gokey, Ryan Stevenson, Aaron Cole and Finding Favour, at the BOK Center.
Ante up for the World Series of Poker at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
The Brady Theater welcomes country singer/songwriter Justin Moore’s “Hell on a Highway Tour.”
The classic rags to riches/glass slipper story, en pointe: Tulsa Ballet presents “Cinderella” at the Tulsa PAC.
Celebrate Irish music, culture and food at the family-friendly Tulsa Irish Festival at Guthrie Green.
Where to take the kids during Spring Break? Discovery Lab at Tulsa Children’s Museum offers three day camps for elementary students.
Lorde brings her “North American Melodrama World Tour,” featuring Run the Jewels and Tove Styrke, to the BOK Center.
The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino welcomes multi award-winning singer/actress Olivia Newton-John.
Horse lovers, head to Expo Square Mustang Arena for the OK Pinto Spring Premiere.
Ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer, age 13, winner of the “America’s Got Talent: Season 12,” appears with special guest Pelican 212 at the Brady Theater.
Hot Club of Cowtown and Jacob Tovar rock the Vanguard.
Grammy-winning music legend Ricky Skaggs is inducted into the National Fiddler Hall of Fame at its gala and concert at the Mabee Center.
Spotlight Children’s Theatre presents “The Sleeping Beauty” at Tulsa Spotlight Theatre. Continues April 1, 6, 7 and 8.