Worth The Drive 3/08/18

Drew's Top Picks for Entertainment in Tulsa

Find fun stuff to do in Tulsa tonight and you can start planning the weekend! Check the 2 Works For You Weather forecast HERE


Old Bones and New Brews Think & Drink: Paleontology Night at Heirloom Rustic Ales  6:30-8:30pm

Rockabilly Rebel Brian Parton at The Saturn Room 10pm-1:15am

On Main Ryan McLaughlin At The Hunt Club 9pm, All Ages


Paradise Delights 5th Element Band on the Volcano Stage at Margaritaville 10pm, 21+

Museum Grooves Silent Disco House Party at The Philbrook Museum A silent room. Everyone dancing. Each person has a pair of headphones. They’re all listening to the same song. Get ready for SILENT DISCO. There’s always something fun and compelling happening on Friday night. Every Friday.Have a drink, hang out, and connect.Included with admission. Free for Members. $9 for nonmembers, this event is aimed at adults but there is no age limit. Headphones included & provided at door. Call (918) 748-5300 for more information 6-9pm.

18th & Boston Stylees at Mercury Lounge 9pm, $5 cover, 21+


Blast Off Rocket Science at Wyld Hawgs 9pm, 21+

Soul Sister KALO at Soul City of Tulsa An acoustic set like only KALO can do!
Followed by an all out rock n roll set sure to burn Soul City down!
$10 at the door. 9pm, 21+

Aquanet and Crystal Pepsi Monthly 80's Party at The Starlite 10pm-1:50am


Sunday Morning Delight  Turkish Brunch at Raindrop Turkish House Tulsa Taste delicious homemade Turkish brunch goodies and treats!! Please email tulsa@turkishhouse.org or call 918-806-6022 for more information/details and any questions you may have!! Adults: $15, Students: $10, Kids under 6: $5 10:30am-1:30pm

In The Ballroom Flogging Molly w/ Jon Snodgrass & Friends, Scott H. Biram at Cain's Ballroom  7pm

Native Taste Indian Taco Sale & Native Vendor/ Art Fair at American Legion Post #1 10am-5pm

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Saturday, April 14th- N.E. Oklahoma BACA (Bikers Against Child Abuse) Blue Ribbon Benefit and Poker Run to Help Abused Children 11:00am until they turn out the lights. Free Child Abuse Awareness Lapel Pin will be given to each person entering the Poker Run. The American Legion Post 182, located at 1105 West Graham Avenue in Pryor OK, is kicking off April’s Child Abuse Awareness Month with the Blue Ribbon Benefit on Saturday, April 14th.  This is a benefit fundraiser for BIKERS AGAINST CHILD ABUSE®, North East Oklahoma Chapter.  All proceeds will be used to help abused children. The Blue Ribbon Benefit will have four separate activities planned through-out the day guaranteeing something for everybody; Poker run for car and bike buffs, Spaghetti Dinner for those that like to eat, auction for those that like a good deal and a live music performed by Seth Riley and Cale Lester for those that love to dance.  So, come and enjoy yourselves and be a voice for abused children, the smallest warriors. The day will begin at 11:00am with the poker run registration.  First Bike or Car Out will be at 11:05am. Last Bike or Car Out will be at 12:00noon. Last Bike or Car In will return to the American Legion in Pryor at 3:00pm.  You don’t have to have a bike.  Jump in your car, truck, tractor, or wagon, purchase a hand and join the fun.  If it’s got wheels and can travel 80+ miles in 3 hours you're in. The Spaghetti Dinner and Auction will begin at approximately 3:00pm.  There will also be music, food, drinks, prize drawing, and 50/50 drawing.  Poker Run winners and other prizes will be awarded between 3:30pm and 4:00pm. The band, “Seth Riley and Cale Lester, will be on stage at 4:00pm and play throughout the evening. Everyone is welcome to come to the American Legion Post 182 in Pryor Oklahoma and enjoy all the Blue Ribbon Benefit activities.  Bring along your appetite, pocket books and your dancing shoes and help us be a voice for abuse children, the smallest warriors. 

BACA® North East Chapter would like to thank everyone in advance for their continued support towards helping our chapter to empower abused children to not feel afraid of the world in which they live.


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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