Things to do in Tulsa in September
Fun events for the whole family, from free outdoor concerts to classic rock icons.
Sept. 27-Oct. 7: The Tulsa State Fair happens at Expo Square with a sugar and cake show, midway rides, exhibits, an ice performance, a rodeo and live music.
Need a laugh? Check out the Blue Whale Comedy Festival with comedian/Netflix star Maria Bamford at Cain’s Ballroom. Soundpony and Guthrie Green will host additional acts.
One of the original Fab Four visits Tulsa when the Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino welcomes Ringo Starr.
It’s college football time! The University of Tulsa Golden Hurricane hosts Central Arkansas at H.A. Chapman Stadium. On Sept. 15, TU hosts Arkansas State.
Witness captains and crews float down the river in the Great Raft Race ending at RiverWest Festival Park.
Cain’s Ballroom welcomes indie-folk band the Mountain Goats and singer-songwriter Al Riggs for an all-ages concert.
Wizard World Comic Con brings pop culture celebrities to the Cox Business Center.
Tulsa Roots Rocks the Green presents Austin songsmith Bob Schneider at Guthrie Green. (Other dates: Sept. 16, New Orleans funk with Big Sam’s Funky Nation; Sept. 23, “saints and sinners” music with Paul Thorn; Sept. 30, rock/Americana with Son Volt.)
Eighties rock duo Air Supply performs its golden oldies at the Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Experience the sporting and musical spirit of the Scots when you attend Scotfest at Broken Arrow Events Park.
Country music sensation Chris Young returns to the BOK Center with Kane Brown and Morgan Evans.
Rocker Jack White brings his “Boarding House Reach Tour” to ONEOK Field.
Rock band Gov’t Mule hits the Cain’s Ballroom stage for an all-ages show.
Food, dance, culture and a Greek market await at the Tulsa Greek Festival presented by the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church.
With a “Rebel Yell” we “Cry” for Billy Idol Live! at the Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Can’t wait for hockey season? Head to the BOK Center for the Tulsa Classic: the Dallas Stars vs. the Florida Panthers.
Celebrate the great butterfly migration in progress at Monarchs on the Mountain in the Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness Area.
The Tulsa State Fair happens at Expo Square with a sugar and cake show, midway rides, exhibits, an ice performance, a rodeo and live music.
Guthrie Green hosts the Tulsa Soul Festival with music, art and Southern cuisine honoring the late Wayman Tisdale.
Country stars Clint Black and Sawyer Brown hit the Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.