Worth The Drive 11/16/17

Drew's Top Picks for Entertainment in Tulsa

Get with the band! Roll and Shake it on Thursday in Tulsa! Weekend Preview too!

Tonight!

Never Too Old to Rock and ROLL Oldschool Skates Adult Night 18+  18+ to enter, 21+ to drink. Music mixed from the 70's-Todays Hit's! Concessions, Beer, and Wine Coolers available. Coffee House On Your Street Food Truck on site every Thursday with awesome food and drinks. 8pm-11pm

PRIDE of B.A. Sounds of the Stadium hosted by Broken Arrow Bands  This concert will feature the full Pride of Broken Arrow performing all your favorites that they perform at football games, only this time in the confines of the The Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center! It’s going to be loud and it’s going to be a blast! 7pm, All Ages and FREE!

Get Shakin'!  Eddie Money and Starship featuring Mickey Thomas at The Joint at Hard Rock, 21+, 8pm

Jam it Out Jelly Button Jam at C'YOTE CLUB  9pm

Weekend Preview

Friday

It's Official Philbrook Festival Kickoff 2017 See the lights, watch dozens of artists create work during the annual Drawing Rally, eat, drink, have a blast. Admission: $9 for adults. Free for Members and kids 17 and under.

She Rocks KALO at Soul City of Tulsa  Free, All Ages, 8pm

Saturday

Fido and St. Nick Meet Pet Pictures With SANTA! at Animal Aid Thrift Store Get your fur baby's picture taken with Santa! Enjoy some hot cocoa and cookies too. Suggested $5 donation for a Santa picture. We will also email the picture to you. Plus, they will have cats available for adoption! 11am-3pm

The Real Deal Ralph White live at Bound For Glory, With Ray Rogers. Free, All Ages, 7pm

Handmade in Mind Maker's Bazzar at Peace of Mind Books  Local art, hand made jewelry, natural skin care, hand-made soaps, one-of-a-kind tarot decks and kits. 12pm-5pm

Sunday

At The Circle The Wretched at Circle Cinema  17+ Only, NR, 7pm

 

Check back every week day at 7pm for UPDATES! 

Do you have an event coming up that's Worth The Drive? Submit event info to drew.mckenna@scripps.com for consideration.

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