Here's what to do in Tulsa, Oklahoma this month.
Youth basketball players at the Gathering Place sports courts. The park is hosting a 3-on-3 tournament Sept. 6-8.
Bring your lunch and hear recording artist/producer Branjae at Tulsa PAC Trust’s free noon Brown Bag It.
Oklahoma Visual Artists Coalition presents its 12x12 Preview Exhibition, celebrating 30 years of OVAC, at the Zarrow Center for Art and Education inside Philbrook Downtown.
Wizard World Comic Con at the Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center celebrates movies, comics, toys, videos and gaming.
The interactive exhibit “Jave Yoshimoto: Intractable Chasm,” examining the refugee crisis through wood reliefs and paintings, will be displayed at Living Arts of Tulsa. Continues through Oct. 18.
Scott Coulter and a trio of New York’s top vocalists follow Dorothy, Toto and friends down the yellow brick road at Signature Symphony’s “The Wonderful Music of Oz” at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education.
Need some bragging rights? Attend or participate in the Tulsa 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament at the Gathering Place sports courts. Be on the lookout for NBA celebrities.
The time is meow for Philbrook Museum of Art’s Internet Cat Video Festival on the museum grounds.
Do you hear bagpipes? Head to Oklahoma Scotfest at Broken Arrow Events Park for Highland food, games, music and fun.
Mother Road Market’s Pinewood Derby and Classic Car Show, presented with Boy Scouts of America and the Oklahoma Route 66 Alliance, is a family-friendly event that includes derby heats, food and an evening showing of Pixar’s “Cars” movie.
The third annual MisFEST hits Guthrie Green, celebrating women in music.
Tulsa Symphony’s Opening Night performance features guest violinist Rachel Barton Pine at the Tulsa PAC.
A citywide scavenger hunt kicks off Saturday, followed by other activities and discounts from local shops on Wednesday: the City of Tulsa’s 918 Day celebrating civic pride.
Theatre Tulsa presents “Picasso at the Lapin Agile,” written by comedian Steve Martin, at the Tulsa PAC.
The Celebration of Reconciliation includes the Skunk Run, a unifying run through historic Greenwood Avenue presented by #racismstinks.
Legendary musician Buddy Guy brings his Chicago blues experience to the Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Snag a trip to Athens without leaving T-town at the Tulsa Greek Festival with authentic food, music, dancing, market and culture. It’s all at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church.
Portico Dance Theatre celebrates its 10th anniversary with a re-staging of its inaugural production, “Project Alice,” at the Tulsa PAC. It’s a contemporary dance interpretation of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland” tales.
Hockey fans: Watch the Dallas Stars take on the Florida Panthers in the second annual Tulsa Classic at the BOK Center.
Stop by Turkey Mountain for Tulsa River Parks’ Monarchs on the Mountain, a butterfly migration celebration with activities, presentations, tagging and releasing, and milkweed for purchase.
Chamber Music Tulsa welcomes the American Brass Quintet to the Tulsa PAC.
Acclaimed author Sir Salman Rushdie comes to All Souls Unitarian Church for a Q&A about his novels, presented by BookSmart Tulsa. Book signing follows.
Celebrity Attractions brings the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical “Les Miserables,” based on Victor Hugo’s saga of the French Revolution, to the Tulsa PAC.
The 2019 Tulsa State Fair’s “11 Days of Awesome” hits Expo Square with rides, midway fun, food, live concerts, animals, exhibits, demonstrations, Disney on Ice and a rodeo. Through Oct. 6.
Musician, teacher, composer and recording artist Shelby Eicher is inducted into the National Fiddler Hall of Fame at its gala at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame.
Redneck hilarity ensues when River Spirit Casino Resort hosts comedians Darren Knight and Cledus T. Judd in “The Southern Momma Cledus T. Judd Comedy Experience.”
Spooks, goblins and spirits roam the Castle of Muskogee’s family-friendly Haunted Castle Halloween Festival every Friday and Saturday night. Through Oct. 26.
Tulsa Botanic Garden presents a morning session with New York Times bestselling author Amy Steward discussing her book “Wicked Plants: Exploring Horticultural Horrors.”
Be “Cool” and catch the Jonas Brothers during their tour stop at the BOK Center.
Benefits Happy Hands
Benefits Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless
Benefits Tulsa Library Trust
Benefits Tulsa Area United Wa
Benefits Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma.
Benefits Restore Hope Ministries
Benefits Hearts for Hearing
Benefits Junior Achievement of Oklahoma
Benefits Saint Simeon’s Foundation
Annual Golf Tournament
Benefits BA Blue Star Mothers
Benefits STEM education programs and projects
Benefits National MS Society
Benefits Tulsa Symphony
Benefits Sisters Sippin’ Tea Literary Group
Benefits Rooms With a Heart
Benefits Raindrop TurkishHouse Tulsa
Benefits American Cancer Society
Benefits Crossover Community Impact
Benefits Circle of Care
Benefits Philbrook Museum of Art
Benefits Alzheimer’s Association Tulsa
Benefits the Oklahoma Caring Foundation
Benefits Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Benefits Tulsa Garden Center
Benefits Tulsa Botanic Garden
Benefits Komen Oklahoma
Benefits the Dream Center
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