Festivals are stories we tell about ourselves. When you attend a festival in Oklahoma, though your fingers might be sticky with powdered sugar from a shared funnel cake, you are taking part in an important storytelling endeavor. Festivals are stories we tell about ourselves. When you attend a festival in Oklahoma, though your fingers might…read the rest »
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Posted May 2nd, 2013 in Arts and Theatre, Attractions, Date Night, Festivals, Food, Free Stuff to Do, How-to-Do-Tulsa Classics, Kids and Families, Music, Nightlife, Shopping, Travel — No Comments
Posted May 2nd, 2013 in Festivals, Food, Free Stuff to Do, Kids and Families, Music, Nightlife — 12 Comments
A bumper crop of Cinco de Mayo festivals is about to fill your weekend with live music and plenty to spicy things to eat and drink.
Posted April 24th, 2013 in Culture, Festivals, Kids and Families, Music — No Comments
With the warmer weather comes a calendar full of things to do outside in Oklahoma. Not least among them are our music festivals, ranging from those that draw national artists to celebrations centered on our local, homegrown talent.
Posted February 7th, 2013 in Music — No Comments
But before you do that, check this out. The video crew at This Land Press gets you primed and ready for The GRAMMYs Sunday night with this video, which features a track from Oklahoma singer-songwriter John Fullbright’s “From the Ground Up.” It’s nominated for Best Americana Album with the likes of Mumford and Sons, Bonnie…read the rest »
Posted December 28th, 2012 in Date Night, Free Stuff to Do, Kids and Families, Movies, Music, Nightlife — No Comments
Champagne, fireworks, parties, stuff to do for the kids and those silly 2012 glasses – you want it all this New Year’s Eve, and it’s right here in Tulsa.
Posted July 27th, 2012 in Music, Nightlife — No Comments
Have you checked out the schedule for this weekend’s FREE TULSA Music Festival? It’s chock full of information on where to find performances from some of Oklahoma’s very best indie bands, all free for the listening. In case you’re not sure who you’d like to see, or if you like the idea of picking which…read the rest »
We’ve gone a few years without it—11, to be exact. Dark, lonely, not-as-musical, something’s-missing sort of years.