Celebrating 12 years of extraordinary musical competition, student musicians from around the world came together in March of 2010 for the Rotary Club of Tulsa Crescendo Music Awards in Tulsa to compete for cash awards of over $37,000.
TULSA, Okla. – – The non-profit Circle Cinema will present a satellite broadcast from the National Theatre in London: “London Assurance,” the sold-out hit play starring Fiona Shaw and Simon Russell Beale, directed by NT Artistic Director Nicholas Hytner.
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The Jenks Chamber of Commerce is calling all Oklahoma artists from the panhandle to Grand Lake to Ponca City to Ardmore for the 7thAnnual Art on Main.
Mile High Music Festival announces the release of Single Day Tickets, only through radio partner KBCO’s website, and only for a limited time.
With their marathon winter-spring concert tour crossing North America, Irish Music phenomenon, Celtic Woman, has extended their current itinerary into summer due to overwhelming popular demand, with a stop at Tulsa’s Center.
Cloud 9 Adventures is proud to announce the lineup and details of Mayan Holidaze – the newest event in the Cloud 9 family, which includes the always sold-out Jam Cruise and Caribbean Holidaze. The past three years have seen Holidaze in Jamaica but this year, Mayan Holidaze will move the all-inclusive musical adventure to the beautiful shores of Mexico’s Mayan Riviera. Mayan Holidaze will feature host bands The Disco Biscuits, Umphrey’s McGee and STS9, for four nights, from January 20-24, 2011.
Keller Williams releases his first-ever all-covers collection, amusingly titled Thief, on May 25, 2010. Recorded with the Keels—husband and wife duo Larry and Jenny Keel—Thief includes songs originally written and recorded by as wildly diverse an assemblage as anyone’s ever likely to dream up.
Recently as I left downtown headed home on my usual route via Second Street, I noticed something different. The streets were a tangle of people and cars. The last time I’d observed this was on St. Patrick’s Day, with the proximity of Arnie’s Bar and McNellie’s accounting for clogged traffic and a sea of young faces.
Tulsa International Mayfest, which will be held May 13-16 in downtown Tulsa, releases its list of over 100 participating Visual and Market Artists that will be showing and selling their artwork in booths along Main Street during the festival. In addition to these artists, Mayfest will also showcase over 600 local artists throughout four indoor galleries.
The wondrous Hanson brings its show back to Tulsa for a one night stint at the Cain’s Ballroom Aug. 25th. Rooney is set to open.
Tickets are available at www.cainsballroom.com.
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Mayfest’s KidZone will once again be located on the H.A. Chapman Centennial Green at Sixth and Main Streets and will feature hands-on activities for children of all ages as well as family-friendly entertainment during this year’s festival, May 13 through May 16.
Nationally acclaimed air show acts took flight in Tulsa and brought added life to the city’s rich aerospace industry when the Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium hosted the QT Air and Rocket Racing Show in Tulsa Saturday, April 24. The show included spectacular civilian aerobatic demonstrations and thrilling performances, including a rocket racing demonstration by the Rocket Racing League.