Things to do in Tulsa in March

March 2: Tulsa Library Trust honors award-winning poet and author Laura Tohe with the Festival of Words Writers Award, followed by a day of family programs at Connor’s Cove inside Hardesty Regional Library. 


Through March 17

Now’s your chance to see Gilcrease Museum’s "The Chisholm Kid: Lone Fighter for Justice for All," which pays homage to black cowboys who drove longhorns up the Chisholm Trail, out of Texas and across Indian Territory after the Civil War.

"Leonard Bernstein at 100," curated by the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles, featuring a comprehensive look at the noted composer’s life, work and activism, continues at the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art. Other exhibit activities at the Woody Guthrie Center end April 28.

March 1

Zac Brown Band’s "Down the Rabbit Hole Live" tour comes to the BOK Center.

March 1-3

World Stage Theater Co. presents "Best of Enemies," the true story of C.P. Ellis, a Grand Cyclops of the Ku Klux Klan, and Ann Atwater, an African-American civil rights activist during desegregation in 1971, at the Tulsa PAC.

It’s circus time! Akdar Shrine Circus continues its run at the Expo Square Pavilion. 

March 2

Tulsa Library Trust honors award-winning poet and author Laura Tohe with the Festival of Words Writers Award, followed by a day of family programs at Connor’s Cove inside Hardesty Regional Library. 

March 3-9

Practically everything you need to outfit young children for spring and summer can be found at the Just Between Friends sale in the Exchange Center at Expo Square. 

March 4-9

Take the kids to Gathering Place for morning sessions of art, reading, board games and more at Drop-in Activities in the Boathouse. Adult supervised, but parents must be present. (Mondays-Saturdays, through March 30.)

March 5

Compagnie Hervé KOUBI, the International dance phenomenon, returns to the Tulsa PAC, courtesy of Choregus Productions.

The West Tulsa Dulcimer Club meets weekly at Zarrow Library to share music. Drop in to practice, learn or just listen. Also March 12, 19, 26.

March 7-10

Check off your home improvement list at the Greater Tulsa Home and Garden Show inside River Spirit Expo at Expo Square.

March 9-10

Collegiate grapplers meet on the mats in the Big 12 Wrestling Championship at the BOK Center.

March 14

"PJ Masks Live: Save the Day," based on eOne’s top-rated animated preschool series, comes to

the BOK Center.

Comedian Carrot Top hits The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, with his "Laugh Until You’re Orange in the Hair" tour.

March 15-16

Guthrie Green gets a little greener when the family-friendly Tulsa IrishFest brings Irish music, food and culture to the public space.

March 16

Legendary rocker John Mellencamp is sure to sing "a little ditty" or two at his Brady Theater performance.

Signature Symphony presents "Power of Diversity" with Rubén Rengel, strings instrumentalist and winner of 2018 Sphinx Competition for black and Latino string players, at TCC’s Performing Arts Center for Education.

March 22, 24

The first and second rounds of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship return to the BOK Center, presented by the University of Tulsa.

March 27

Weezer and Pixies and special guest Basement hold fort at the BOK Center.

March 28

Experience "American Girl Live," an all-new stage production featuring original songs, in the Cox Business Center Assembly Hall.

March 29

The Tenderloins (truTV’s "Impractical Jokers") bring their live improv and sketch show to the BOK Center. Ages 16 and older.

March 29-31 

Tulsa Ballet presents "Tchaikovsky: The Man Behind the Music" with choreography by Ma Cong at the Tulsa PAC.

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