Between Tim McGraw and opening night at ONEOK Field, Tulsa's gonna be hopping tonight.
But just in case you didn't get Tim McGraw tickets, or in the event you find yourself considering watching the Drillers game through the fence because you missed out on tickets there, too, check out this list of killer events.
In the Ballpark with Living Arts
Where: Living Arts, 307 E. Brady Street
A celebration of the game and a welcoming of the new Drillers Home Ball Park just east of Living ArtSpace's new home on Brady. Visual and spoken art about baseball-including movies, poems, stories, and memoirs-are almost as old as the game itself. So Living Arts will commemorate the opening of the new Tulsa Driller's ONEOK park with readings, clips and performances that sample from that history and offer new ways to view America's Pastime.
One Day Without Shoes Event on Brookside
Where: Ida Red Boutique
Check out yesterday's post on this event for full details. Hint: They're star-studded. I mean, the most star-studded details around.
Dog Night on the Patio at The Canebrake
When: Dinner time
Where: The Canebrake in Wagoner
It's Dog Night on the Patio, all you pet lovers. Menu for dogs includes bison pot pie and peanut butter biscuits. Soak up some early-evening sun on the patio with your pup.
Olivia Duhon at Lola's
Where: Lola's at the Bowery, 5 E. Brady Street
Catch my friend Olivia crooning both contemporary and jazz standards. Plus, she's a real looker. Plus, the food at Lola's is fantabulous. That's four our of five happy senses, right there.
The Art of The Steal at Philbrook
Where: Philbrook Museum, 2727 S. Rockford Ave.
The folks at Philbrook have partnered again with their friends at Circle Cinema to present a screening of the acclaimed documentary, The Art of the Steal. In the early twentieth century, Dr. Albert C. Barnes amassed the greatest collection of Impressionist, Post-impressionist, and early Modern artwork in America. His will stipulated that the works could never be loaned or sold - but that didn't stop powers that be from scheming to take over the cultural institution. Follow the intrigue and struggle for control of the Barnes Foundation in this engrossing documentary.
The Chelsea Coleman Experience
Where: Coffeehouse on Cherry Street, 1502 E. 15th Street
Catch Chelsea Coleman in her grand debut. And don't forget to order an Americano. They're choice at CHOCS.
So, what are YOU doing tonight?