Living Arts of Tulsa and Guthrie Green present the annual Dia de los Muertos (“Day of the Dead”) Festival de Arte.
Nov. 1-2, 8-10
Lynn Riggs Theater, at the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center, welcomes Heller Theatre Co.’s presentation of David Blakely’s “The Deaths of Sybil Bolton.”
Fall decorating ideas await at Expo Square’s Fall Home Expo in the Exchange Center.
Need a confidence boost? Attend Tulsa Confidence Con at the First Street Flea in downtown Tulsa. The weekend is packed with discussion-based personal and professional development workshops led by local and global speakers, exploring diversity, equality and intersectionality in work, community and relationships.
Bring your leashed pups to get some sun and socialization at Bark in the Park at Ray Harral Nature Center in Broken Arrow.
Shop Utica Square’s Fashion in the Square for sales, in-store parties and a runway showcase.
Get your taste of Haydn, Schubert and Mozart when guest violinist/conductor Alejandro Gómez Guillén leads Signature Symphony’s presentation of “Mozart’s Prague Symphony” at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education.
Award-winning country superstar Trisha Yearwood returns to town with a performance at the Tulsa (Brady)Theater.
The Tulsa Air and Space Museum hosts its Flying Car Show, featuring vintage cars, food trucks, lawn games and music.
Tulsa Pop Culture Expo, at the vacated Sears at Woodland Hills Mall, welcomes Yoda creator Nick Maley, actors Dean Cain (“Lois and Clark”), Cesar Garcia (“Fast and Furious”) and Jennifer Marshall (“Stranger Things”), as well as Tulsa native and WWE Hall of Fame wrestler Bill Goldberg.
Superstars Mark Chestnutt and Lorrie Morgan kick off the Country Gold Concert Series at the Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Music and dance of the post-World War II era are featured in Celebrity Attractions’ Broadway tour of “Bandstand” at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.
The University of Tulsa School of Music presents “Songs of William Blake,” a part of the free TU Concerts with Commentary, at the Lorton Performance Center.
Paradise Cove at River Spirit Casino Resort welcomes Rascal Flatts, whose country hits include “Bless the Broken Road,” “These Days” and “I’m Movin’ On.”
Move those “Legs” over to Paradise Cove at River Spirit Casino Resort for legendary rockers ZZ Top.
Tulsa Ballet brings the fairy tale “Peter and the Wolf” to life at Broken Arrow’s Zarrow Performance Studio.
Chamber Music Tulsa welcomes the Harlem Quartet, playing jazz, Latin and classical favorites at Duet Jazz Club. (Also, Nov. 10 at Tulsa PAC.)
Discover dinosaurs when Jurassic Quest roars into the Cox Business Center.
Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center opens its 2019-2020 season with the classical and folk music of “Annie Moses Band: From Copland to Cash.”
It’s opening day of Philbrook Museum of Art’s new exhibit “Shadow of Time” by artist Anila Quayyum Agha, known for combining elements of light, shadow, space and pattern. Runs through Feb. 16.
Head to Circle Cinema to catch Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art and the Jewish Federation of Tulsa’s Oklahoma Jewish Film Festival, showing popular movies and documentaries celebrating Jewish culture and creativity across a variety of genres.
Veterans of all ages will be honored in the 101st annual Veterans Day Parade in downtown Tulsa. Expect bands, floats, horses, bicyclists and more.
Hilarity ensues as sorority coed Elle Woods becomes an all-star law student in Theatre Tulsa Academy’s musical “Legally Blonde” at the Tulsa PAC.
Nov. 15-17, 22-24
Spotlight Children’s Theatre presents the fable “Peter and the Wolf” at the Spotlight.
Oral Roberts University Chorale and Chamber Singers present their fall concert in ORU’s Timko-Barton Lobby.
Visit River Spirit Expo at Expo Square for An Affair of the Heart, where you’ll find housewares, decor, antiques, crafts, gourmet foods and more from more than 500 vendors.
Pianist Robin Sutherland and clarinetist Carlos Ortega perform at the Fly Loft in the Tulsa Arts District, presented by Tulsa Symphony.
Find everything you need for your four-legged friend at the 2019 Family Pet Expo at Expo Square.
Need a laugh? Comedians Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, from “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” fame, bring their “Scared Scriptless Tour” to the Cox Business Center.
See runners do their thing at the Williams Route 66 Marathon, Half Marathon and Marathon Relay, starting and finishing in downtown Tulsa.
Through Nov. 3
Care Card* Benefits Family and Children’s Services.
One Dream Gala Benefits Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
“Journey to Hope” Dinner and Auction Benefits Operation Hope Prison Ministry.
Benefits Little Light House.
Little Blue Dinner
Benefits Little Blue House.
Rhythm and Brews
Benefits Rotary Club of Tulsa.
Gold Medal Night
Benefits Aim High Academy.
Benefits Tulsa Area United Way.
Benefits Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma.
Kendra Scott Grand Opening at Woodland Hills Mall
Benefits Family and Children’s Services.
Powered by Art, a Bright Future
Benefits Tulsa Girls Art School.
Uncorking the Cure for MS
Benefits National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Wild at Art
Benefits WING IT and Tulsa Audubon Society.
Big Band Hangar Dance*
Benefits the Spirit of Tulsa Squadron of the Commemorative Air Force.
Dancing with the Tulsa Stars
Benefits San Miguel Middle School.
Horton Records’ Rock ‘n’ Folk Chili Cook-off
Benefits nonprofit music label Horton Records.
Signature Chefs Auction
Benefits March of Dimes.
Benefits Tulsa Press Club.
Benefits Planned Parenthood Great Plains.
“The Giving Heart of Green Country”: National Philanthropy Day Conference and Luncheon*
Benefits American Foundation of Philanthropy of Eastern Oklahoma
10th annual Dinner of Reconciliation*
Benefits John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation.
Legacy of Laughter
Benefits Zarrow Pointe.
Wine, Women and Shoes
Benefits Arts Alliance Tulsa.
Benefits Tulsa Press Club.
Leftover Last Waltz*
Benefits Woody Guthrie Center.