Friday, June 12, 2009

What to Do in Tulsa This Weekend

Forget bullet points and social calendars. Pull up a chair (in case you're weird like me and prefer to stand when working on the computer) and have a listen to what's going on in T-Town this weekend.

Curious about goings-on for next weekend? Listen in on my visit to KRMG with Joe Kelley Weekday Mornings next Friday to get the scoop.

If your favorite event was left off this week's list, there's only one good way to remedy that: Send me info next time. The only way I can cover the entire litany of things that go on in this exciting city every weekend is with your help. Feel free to contact me via e-mail, @tashadoestulsa on Twitter and on Facebook with the goods on your big event.

Hope everyone is getting the weekend off to a good start. Cheers!


Oklahoma Jazz said...

Please add the Jazz Depot's concerts to your weekly calendar. Below are the dates for the Summer series and don't forget the ever tasty Jazzfest on June 27.

“Summer Concert Series 2009"

June 14 - J3 Jazz and Blues Band
June 21 - The Sonny Gray Quintet
June 28 - The Timothy Paul Trio

Coming in July and August

Jazz series
The “Wild Women of Oklahoma Jazz” will fill the subsequent seven weeks with a wide variety of music.

July 12: University of tulsa graduate Olivia Duhon will perform with a trio led by TU music professor Vernon Howard.

July 19: Juanita ellington, an Oklahoma City resident and cousin of Duke ellington, will join former tulsan Thesa Loving, now a mainstay of the New York City cabaret scene, in concert.

July 26: Starr Fisher, who has been the lead singer with Earl Clark and Spectrum and WallStreet, performs with her quartet.

Aug. 9: Janet Rutland will pay tribute to legendary songwriter Johnny Mercer, whose centennial is this year.

Aug. 16: Brenda Johnson and her trio perform.

Aug. 23: Composer-pianist Amy Cottingham will be accompanied a number of friends in a show that will blend jazz, classical and pop influences.

Aug. 30: Annie ellicott, accompanied by guitarist Frank Brown and Rod ellicott on bass, will close out the Summer Series.

The Summer Concert Series will take place at 5 p.m. Sundays. Tickets are $15 adults, $10 seniors and college students, $5 for students high school age and younger. tables for eight may be reserved at $20 per person.

Tasha said...

Sure thing! Thanks for the heads up.

I wonder, though, where I can find more details on JazzFest. Can't seem to find time/location. Mind e-mailing me details?

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