Through June 19
The Black Wall Street Legacy Festival began the weekend of the Tulsa Race Massacre anniversary and lasts until Juneteenth. Visit blackwallstreetlegacyfest.com for a calendar of events.
Join community leaders for the official unveiling of Greenwood Rising, the state-of-the-art history center honoring the legacy of Black Wall Street pre- and post-Massacre.
“Tulsa ’21: Black Wall Street” is an original production telling the historical account of the Tulsa Race Massacre through first-hand stories and experiences by an all-Black, Tulsa-based cast on stage at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. Also June 4-6, 11-13.
Tulsa-based Celtic organizations are coming together to support Veterans of Foreign Wars with Celtic Rising 2021. Expect Celtic music, Irish dancing, bagpipers, a demonstration of live armored combat, arts, crafts and vendors selling Celtic themed items at VFW Post 577.
Be inspired by five midtown landscapes featuring everything from Japanese Zen to edibles to fairy gardens during the annual Tulsa County Master Gardeners garden tour. MGs will be available at each site to answer questions.
Get a total body workout with cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility during a free session of Zumba at Guthrie Green.
Also June 14, 21, 28.
Cedar Rock Inn hosts its weekly free outdoor music concert featuring band The Shotz. Also June 16, 23, 30.
Catch a virtual performance by pianist Don Ryan during Tulsa City-County Library’s Music Sandwiched In series. Also June 24.
Author and comic Barry Friedman leads the second installment of LIFE Senior Services’ writers’ symposium at Legacy Tower East. Friedman will share his experiences of daily life with his 94-year-old father. The series ends in September with a panel discussion and writing contest.
After Five in Whittier Square brings 2,400 square feet of AstroTurf for a pop-up park with food, music and free fun. The theme this month is “Bark in the Park.”
deadCenter Film Festival goes virtual over 10 days this year with screenings of new shorts, documentaries and independent films, as well as filmmaker panels, classes and more.
Three days of cycling races in downtown and River Parks, as well as fondo rides throughout the Tulsa area, return for Saint Francis Tulsa Tough.
As part of OKM Music Festival, Grammy Award-nominated cellist Tina Guo performs several of her works from popular film, television and video game soundtracks for one night at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.
Commemorate African American freedom and celebrate the rich heritage of Greenwood during this year’s Juneteenth Festival, including headliner Cameo on Saturday night at the main stage located just north of Vernon AME Church.
Catch the full strawberry moon in all its glory during an organized walk at Oxley Nature Center.
Music, food and festivities await those along the route of the Tulsa Pride Parade, culminating at the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center.
Gathering Place brings an island state of mind during its Caribbean Vibes reggae carnival, which includes music, food and dancing.
All events happening at Cain’s Ballroom unless otherwise noted.
4 Red Not Chili Peppers
4 Nelly — The Cove at River Spirit Casino Resort
19 Tanner Usrey
23 Steel Panther (two shows)
26 Kody West
26 Ronnie Milsap — The Cove at River Spirit Casino Resort