Friday Gallery Series

8 p.m., Jan. 31, $35

ahha Tulsa, 101 E. Archer St.

The Friday Gallery Series combines music and art in a four-concert series, which allows attendees to experience chamber music in an intimate, art-filled setting. The third event in the series will showcase the Daedalus Quartet at 8 p.m., but wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served at 7 p.m. During the music, attendees can wander ahha to appreciate the art as music fills the space, creating a one-of-a-kind experience.


New Year

Ring in the New Year at Duet by enjoying a delicious meal, having a drink (or a few) and watching the most captivating performer in Tulsa, Branjae. Duet welcomes the new year with this blow-out party from 10 p.m. New Year’s Eve to New Year’s Day! $45,


After party

After you ring in the New Year all night long, you’re going to need a hangover cure. Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N. Main St., has the perfect fix: the Hangover Ball at 6:30 p.m., Jan. 1. Grab some barbecue from Burn Co. and enjoy performances by Mike McClure, Cody Canada and many more. $22-$42.



Learn to shimmy and shake at the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center, 621 E. Fourth St., on Jan. 7, 14, 21 and 28 at the nonprofit’s free salsa dance classes! No experience or partner is required, but you should wear comfy clothes so you can get your groove on.



The Mid-Continent Kennel Club of Tulsa presents the Tulsa Dog Show on Jan. 11-12 in the Exchange Center of Expo Square, 4145 E. 21st St., for the first time in five years. The weekend includes all-breed dog shows, best puppy and pee wee competitions, and plenty of cute, fuzzy faces. $6, adults; free, 10 and under.


Ice and acrobats

Cirque du Soleil: AXEL Comes to the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver Ave., on Jan. 16 to deliver world-class ice skating with breathtaking acrobatics through a story of friends who are passionate about live music and graphic arts. $38-$120.


Music mix

The Vanguard, 222 N. Main St., delivers a night filled with post-hardcore, art-punk, hip-hop, pop-punk and more at 7 p.m., Jan. 17. This all local show features Outline in Color headlining after performances from Rose Gold, Yung Trunkz, When the Clock Strikes, the Noise Estate and Anchorway. $15.



The Tulsa Ballet performs Peter and the Wolf on Jan. 17-18, at the Anne and Henry Zarrow Performance Studio, 1901 W. New Orleans St., Broken Arrow. With a run time of 45 minutes, this performance is the perfect way to spend the morning. It also is ideal for ballet’s youngest fans, so be sure to bring the kid. $10.



Mandolin Orange stops at Cain’s Ballroom at 8 p.m., Jan. 19, to deliver their warm folksy ballads ahead of their new release “Tides of a Teardrop,” which is due out Feb. 1. Read more about the duo on p. 34. $20-$38.


Blue with envy

Blue Man Group comes to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E. Second St., from Jan. 20-22 to perform its new show: “Speechless.” Watch the silent Blue Men portray moments based in joy, art, music and hilarious absurdity. $25-$75.



Cat Cox of Living Kitchen Farm and Dairy comes to Mother Road Market, 1124 S. Lewis Ave., at 11 a.m., Jan. 25, to teach Intro to Sourdough Bread Magic. This five-hour class will instruct attendees how to hand-mix dough, shape loaves and make the perfect sourdough bread sure to impress your friends and family. $150.

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