Things to do in Tulsa in November
Art exhibits. Musical theater. A-list celebrities. There's something for everyone in November 2018.
Living Arts of Tulsa celebrates Mexican heritage and honors departed loved ones at Dia de los Muertos Festival de Arte. Find altars, live music, dancing, food and children’s activities.
Celebrity Attractions presents the Broadway tour of “Love Never Dies,” the sequel to “The Phantom of the Opera,” at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.
Bugs! Decide if they are science or works of art at Bob Sober’s photography installation at Holland Hall Preparatory School’s ARTworks exhibit in the Holliman Gallery of Walter Arts Center.
A show for night owls, “Art After Dark: A Nocturnal Emporium” at Guthrie Green highlights local artists and live performances.
“The Fab Four: The Ultimate Beatles Tribute” includes three authentic costume changes reflecting every era of the Beatles’ iconic musical influence at the Cox Business Center.
Head to the Philbrook Downtown for a free Community Dinner, an evening of sharing stories and culture while eating from “elbowls,” small tasting bowls created by artist Michael Strand.
Ray LaMontagne performs his brand of folk-rock at the Brady Theater on his Just Passing Through tour.
The Tulsa Pop Culture Expo brings celebrities of film, gaming, comic books and more to the Renaissance Tulsa Hotel and Convention Center.
At the Tulsa PAC, Theatre Tulsa’s “Barnum: The Musical,” tells the story of P.T. Barnum, founder of the long-running Barnum and Bailey Circus.
Signature Symphony presents “Beethoven’s Eroica, Symphony No. 3 in E-Flat Major,” including commentary, at the Van Trease PACE.
Christina Aguilera brings her “Liberation Tour” to the Paradise Cove Theater at River Spirit Casino Resort.
Be ready for the mid-term elections when Philbrook Downtown hosts “Plan for the Polls: #50stateinitative,” including sample ballots and information on candidates and specific issues.
“Monty Python’s Spamalot” is Eric Idle’s rollicking musical comedy farce of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. See it for one night only at the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center.
Tulsa Opera Young Artists perform arias and opera highlights at the Tulsa PAC’s free Brown Bag It noontime concert.
“Cirque du Soleil: Crystal” explores the artistic limits of ice through skating and acrobatic feats at the BOK Center.
The University of Tulsa School of Music presents faculty trombonists Daniel Arthurs and Shelby Kifer in “The Colors of the Trombone: A Spectrum of Sound,” a free “Concert with Commentary” in the Lorton Performance Center.
The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino welcomes country sensation Scotty McCreery.
Celebrate Philbrook Museum of Art’s 80th birthday watching MTV on the big screen at the ’80s Music Video Watch Party.
“Circle Mirror Transformation” is a drama class-turned-social experiment, presented at American Theatre Co.’s Studio 308 in the East Village.
Lisa Rock and her six-piece band bring back the iconic voice of the late Karen Carpenter and her popular soft-pop band at “Close to You: The Music of the Carpenters” at the Cox Business Center.
Horton Records’ fifth annual Rock ‘n’ Folk ‘n’ Chili Cookoff is a trifecta of fun at Cain’s Ballroom.
Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons stops at the Paradise Cove Theater at River Spirit Casino Resort. Their tour marks the 55th anniversary of the Four Seasons’ first hit, “Sherry.”
Chamber Music Tulsa presents the Brentano Quartet, a 20-year classical music ensemble with violist Hsin-Yun Huang, performing works by Mozart, Brahms and Mendelssohn at the Tulsa PAC.
Tulsa Symphony performs Benjamin Britten’s “War Requiem” at the Tulsa PAC in a tribute to area veterans.
Best-selling author, public radio contributor and comedian David Sedaris shares new stories at the Tulsa PAC, followed by an audience Q&A and book signing.
The Tulsa PAC Imagination Series presents “Alice in Wonderland,” a musical adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s children’s tale featuring actors, life-sized puppets and a digitally projected set.
The TU and Oral Roberts University women’s basketball teams clash at the Mabee Center.
“‘Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets’ in Concert” sets Potter’s second year at Hogwarts to music as Tulsa Symphony performs John Williams’ score at the Tulsa PAC.
Dressed to Kill, a KISS tribute band, performs at IDL Ballroom.
The Tulsa Oilers play the Allen Americans at the BOK Center.