Things to do in Tulsa in October
Fun happenings for the whole family during this festive month.
Cain’s Ballroom presents indie folk/rock band Lord Huron, plus Cut Worms.
Gilcrease Museum presents “T.C.Cannon: At the Edge of America,” showcasing one of the most influential Native American artists of the 20th century.
Experience the final week of the Tulsa State Fair’s rides, midway, exhibits, food booths, rodeo and live entertainment at Expo Square.
Visit the fictional village of Castleton this month during Castle of Muskogee’s annual Halloween Festival.
Tulsa Latin jazz band La Gozadera entertains at the Tulsa PAC’s free noontime Brown Bag It concert.
Legendary rock band Fleetwood Mac returns to the BOK Center.
The Little Black Dress Event at the Glenpool Conference Center encourages and celebrates women.
October 5, 12
See Tulsa Ballet’s kid-friendly matinee production of “Peter and the Wolf” in its Brookside Studio K venue.
A plethora of works by local and area artists awaits at Utica Square’s annual Art in the Square.
The Basecamp Camping Festival at Turkey Mountain is a gathering of family, food, friends, fire and fantastic music.
Tulsa Tough presents Beta Tough, a new grassroots cycling “test”event, at John Zink Ranch in Osage County.
Brady Theater welcomes multi-Grammy Award winner Emmylou Harris.
Country artist/songwriter Aaron Lewis hits the Joint at Hard Rock Casino and Resort.
Tulsa Golden Hurricane football takes on South Florida at Skelly Field at H. A. Chapman Stadium.
Broken Arrow Community Playhouse opens its season with the comedy, “Daddy’s Dyin’, Who’s Got the Will?”
More than 70 breweries serve up their best lagers and ales at the Harvest Beer Festival in downtown Tulsa.
Utica Square’s Fashion in the Square rewards lucky shoppers with great prizes.
See the works of 150 artisans representing 50 tribes at Cherokee Art Market at the Sequoyah Convention Center inside Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tulsa.
Enjoy food, live music, a bakery and temple tours at Temple Israel’s ShalomFest.
Sneak a peek inside some of Tulsa’s oldest homes on the Maple Ridge Home and Garden Tour in the Maple Ridge Neighborhood.
Nimrod International Journal of Prose and Poetry’s annual Conference for Readers and Writers hosts events at the University of Tulsa, the Tulsa Garden Center, and the Tulsa Historical Society and Museum.
Signature Symphony’s Pops 2 season opener, “Star Wars and Beyond, the Music of John Williams,” concludes with a costume contest at the TCC VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education.
Take the kids to trick-or-treat safely at the Farm Shopping Center from 5:30-7 p.m.