The Starlite Game Show 9pm-11:30pm, A game show experience, live in front of a bar audience. Guess the answer from a teammates clues, answer questions, play games, win lackluster prizes! It's free to attend, but seats are limited, ARRIVE EARLY! 21+ only
Monsters of Horror Weekend at The Hard Rock (Friday-Sunday) Back to the old fashioned, fun Horror Show where you can Relax and Enjoy - Great Vendors, Fun times, Film Festival, Celebrities, Face-On Makeup Wars, Cosplay Contests, One of a kind Photo Ops, and some awesome events. Ticket details and info HERE!
An Evening with Jackie Venson at The Woody Guthrie Center 7pm-10pm, Jackie Venson brings her dynamic music back to Tulsa for a concert Feb. 15 at the Woody Guthrie Center Theater. Tickets are $30 in advance, available here, by phone at 918-574-2710 or at the Woody Guthrie Center front desk.
1921 Tulsa Race Massacre:A Walking Tour hosted by Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences 1pm-3pm, This is an important event led by students and faculty who have been studying the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. This event is free and open to the public. Meet at 3rd and Main at 1:00 pm for the tour. Please invite anyone interested. Other school groups, corporate groups, faith-based groups, and organizations are invited to attend! Open this document for more information for pre-study: HERE!
Love & Lust at Living Arts 8pm-10:30pm, Poets, singers and dancers reveal their interpretations of two of the most sensual, sexual and powerful words in the English language. Advance Tickets $11, Tickets at the door $15, Living Arts Members $10. Show starts at 8:00 PM; Tony B is your host. Living Arts is located at 307 E. Reconciliation Way. For more info, please contact Living Arts at 918-585-1234.
Black Wall Street Burning at Circle Cinema 7:30pm, Black Wall Street Burning is based on a tragic historical event in Tulsa, OK where a young black man was accused of assaulting a young white woman and it led to the decimation of the black side of town. This event took place 99 years ago and is still the largest race massacre in US history. Filmmaker Dekoven Riggins and Marcus Brown join us for Q&A following the Sat, Feb 15 7:30 screening. Honoring Black History Month