32 fun things to do in May
Tulsa, Oklahoma's can't-miss events and happenings for May 2018.
May 17-20 — Tulsa International Mayfest
Experience the international language of music and dance as Shen Yun returns to the Tulsa PAC.
The Tulsa Drillers have a busy month playing rivals the Arkansas Travelers, the Springfield Cardinals and the San Antonio Missions at ONEOK Field. Games continue May 14-21 and May 29-31.
The iconic Bono and U2 launch their “eXPERIENCE + iNNOCENCE” world tour at the BOK Center.
The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra Brass Quintet closes out the Brown Bag It noontime concert season at the Tulsa PAC.
Tulsa Roots Music presents guitarists David Lindley and Adrian Legg at Studio 308 in the East Village.
Tulsa Ballet wraps up its 2017-18 season with the “Signature Series” at TU’s Lorton Performance Center.
The First Friday Art Crawl winds its way through the Tulsa Arts District.
The annual 5x5 Art Show and Sale opens at 5:55 p.m. at the downtown Tulsa Artists’ Coalition Gallery.
The Cherokee musical “Nanyehi, the Story of Nancy Ward” returns to the Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
“Seascape,”a Pulitzer Prize winner for drama, is presented by American Theater Co. at the Tulsa PAC.
Pop culture and the apocalypse collide as Theater Tulsa Next Stage presents “Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play” at the Tulsa PAC.
Justin Timberlake is “Bringing Sexy Back” to Tulsa on his “The Man of the Woods Tour” stop at the BOK Center.
Oklahoma Performing Arts Inc. presents “unRAVEL” at the Tulsa PAC.
Bring your favorite the pooch to the Tulsa Roughnecks’ “Bark in the Park” game against the Reno 1868 FC at ONEOK Field.
The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino welcomes “Hollywood Medium” Tyler Henry.
Papa Roach’s “Crooked Teeth World Tour,” with special guests Nothing More and Escape the Fate, rocks the Brady Theater.
Go back in time when the “I Love the ’90s” tour hits the Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Tulsa Symphony closes its current season with “Home Grown: Tulsa Symphony Soloists and Other Uniquely Oklahoma Artists” at the Tulsa PAC.
May 12, 19-20
A Philadelphia teen causes senseless terror in “Zooman and the Sign,” presented by Theatre North at the Tulsa PAC.
Willie Nelson and Alison Krauss perform together at the BOK Center.
Jimmy Eat World returns to Cain’s Ballroom.
Guest speaker Claudia San Pedro, Sonic Corp.’s chief financial officer, ends the current season for TU’s Friends of Finance.
LJ Productions LLC presents “Las Arpias” at the Tulsa PAC.
It’s time for the Tulsa International Mayfest at the Williams Green downtown. Experience original art, food, live music and a kids’ zone.
The fun continues at the Blue Dome Arts Festival in the Blue Dome District.
Theatre Tulsa Family presents “The Lion King Jr.” at the Tulsa PAC.
“It’s Not Unusual” to love Tom Jones, who will perform at Paradise Cove at River Spirit Casino Resort.
Legendary rocker David Crosby is back in town, with his “David Crosby and Friends Sky Trails Tour” at the Brady Theater.
“Alicia Hall Moran: Black Wall Street,” which reconsiders the tragedy of the Tulsa Race Massacre, premieres at the Tulsa PAC.
Rocklahoma is three days full of rock music by your favorite performers at the outdoor festival in Pryor.
Indie pop group Lany, with special guest Colouring, hit the Brady Theater.
Dance the night away at Utica Square’s annual “Summer’s Fifth Night.” The weekly concert series kicks off with “power funk rock” band Weston Horn and the Hush.