Through Oct. 10
Hit the midway, shop the vendors, hear some music and feast on all things fried as the Tulsa State Fair continues at Expo Square.
Chalk It Up, an annual weekend of colorful and creative works of art in sidewalk chalk, returns to Broken Arrow’s Rose District. Don’t miss out on the family-friendly festival that also features live music, a vendor marketplace, kites and more.
The weekly Saturday Tulsa Farmers’ Market finishes its run this month in Kendall Whittier. Also Oct. 9, 16, 23.
German beer, food and more will fill Utica Square for its inaugural Steins in the Square event. A portion of proceeds will support the Demand Project, a nonprofit that fights human trafficking.
It’s homecoming at the University of Tulsa as the Golden Hurricane takes on the University of Memphis Tigers at H.A. Chapman Stadium.
Celebrate Tulsa’s Hispanic and Latino communities at Festival Americas, a multi-cultural event of food, music, dance and more in front of ONEOK Field.
Join author and actor John Lithgow for a virtual event with Magic City Books celebrating his Oct. 5 release “Confederacy of Dumptys: Portraits of American Scoundrels in Verse.”
“Come From Away” is the remarkable true story of 7,000 stranded 9/11 passengers and the small town that welcomed them. Presented by Celebrity Attractions at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.
Thunder up, Tulsa. The Oklahoma City Thunder take on the Denver Nuggets in a preseason game at the BOK Center.
Tulsa Opera takes the ONEOK Field again for the brief, beloved comedy “Gianni Schicchi” after performers belt out arias from Verdi and Puccini.
Plot and story structure, character development, editing and related topics are on the agenda of the Craft of Writing Conference at the Triumph Worship Center, presented by the Tulsa NightWriters.
Oklahoma-based composer and Chickasaw Nation citizen Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate takes the stage for discussion and performance of several pieces during Signature Symphony’s second chamber music concert of the season.
Gallery shows, local art vendors, live music and more encompass the Kendall Whittier Arts Festival, a one-day celebration of local art in the district.
A weekend of national and international films will screen at Circle Cinema for the Arab Film Fest, a celebration of contemporary Arab, Arab American and kindred voices dispelling stereotypes and preconceptions through a range of aesthetics and subject matter.
Willkommen! Tulsa’s biggest Oktoberfest celebration returns to River West Festival Park for three days of fun with authentic German fare, brews and music.
For nine days, the best horses and riders compete in numerous disciplines at Expo Square during the prestigious U.S. National Arabian and Half Arabian Nationals.
The original Cherokee musical “Nanyehi — The Story of Nancy Ward” returns to Hard Rock Live at Hard Rock Casino and Hotel.