224 North Main Street Tulsa, OK 74103 +1 918 599 9200
Located across North Main Street, the Hunt Club Pub & Grub is a local pub. This casual bar is always abuzz with banter of the locals, who head here during the evening to talk and share a few drinks. Open late till 2a, Hunt Club offers variety of drinks ranging from beer, whiskey to cocktails. It also hosts live music concerts featuring local artists and bands. For more details, call ahead.
1747 South Boston Avenue Tulsa, OK 74119 +1 918 829 9737
Mercury Lounge promotes live musical performances by local as well as established artists. Psychobilly, Rockabilly and Old Country are generally the genres played here by artists and bands like Mountain Sprout, Brandon Clark and Red Eye Gravy. Apart from this, the nightclub also offers a wide range of official Mercury Lounge merchandise for its patrons. It also pleases its visitors with happy hours that run for selective days during the week.
514 East 2nd Street Tulsa, OK 74120 +1 918 794 0238(Box Office)/+1 866 966 1777(Tickets)
A popular concert hosting venue, Flytrap Music Hall is the best option when you want a pick of happening numbers. With a holding capacity of anywhere between 100 to 1500 one can expect anything from small time events to full fledged concerts. The calender at Flytrap is full with a mix of local, upcoming, national and international artists and soloist. For those who would love to hire the premises, catering is also available.
Hive, is just another nightclub cum event centre located in downtown Tulsa. The venue plays host to live musical performances and can also be rented out for private parties and social gatherings. A favorite among locals, the venue is often crowded on weekdays. Call ahead to know whats next on the events list.
'The Marquee' is a great place to spend some musical time with your near and dear ones. Drive down and get entertained by musical shows, concerts, dance performances and much more. And for all you theatre buffs, the place also holds some acts and plays. Do check this place out.
The Cox Business Center (formerly known as Tulsa Convention Center) is the largest convention center in Oklahoma and hosts a number of local, regional and national conventions, meetings and seminars. It contains 227,000 square-feet of exhibit and meeting space, a 102,600 square-foot, column-free Exhibit Hall, an 8,900-seat Arena, 23 meeting and banquet rooms and a 20,000 square-foot Conference Hall with walls that easily convert to seven separate meeting rooms. The Tulsa Convention Center and its award-winning staff can serve any of your meeting needs. There's plenty of visitor information available here to discover Tulsa's varied attractions and unique culture.
423 North Main Street Tulsa, OK 74103 +1 918 584 2306
Cain's gained national prominence back in the 1970s when legendary British punk group the Sex Pistols performed here, but it has been around for much longer than that. Originally constructed in 1924 by local businessman Tate Brady, the ballroom has seen several generations of musical trends come and go and come again: country-western, rock, swing, jazz, and more recently, new wave, alternative, and indie. Lots of big-name entertainers from the 1970s and 1980s performed here before they became famous, and that tradition continues today, with artists like Foo Fighters and Blues Traveler now part of Cain's storied history.
207 North Main Street Tulsa, OK 74103 +1 918 587 8402
In existence since 1922, this theater claims to be the oldest community drama company in continual existence west of the Mississippi River. With an award-winning history that includes surviving two fires, the company presents several major productions per season, presented at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center in downtown Tulsa. For information on shows, call the number above or visit their web site.
Located in downtown Tulsa and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Brady Theater is a vital part of Tulsa history. Built around 1910 as the Tulsa Convention Hall, this 2,700-seat venue has been well preserved and is still in operation, hosting numerous concerts and sporting events throughout the year. A long list of celebrity entertainers have appeared here over the years. The theater has undergone some renovation over time, but the character and atmosphere of this Tulsa landmark live on.
1212 East 45th Place Tulsa, OK 74105 +1 918 749 6030
Since its founding in 1956, the Tulsa Ballet has become a Tulsa tradition. Currently under the leadership of Marcello Angelini, the Company produces four to five major events per year, including an annual performance of "
"The Nutcracker during the Christmas holiday season. They have also performed in 30 states, and they recruit dancers from around the world. Performances are held at the beautiful Tulsa Performing Arts Center.
Set in the heart of downtown Tulsa, this elegantly decorated
facility is home to numerous local fine arts organizations, including the Tulsa Philharmonic, Tulsa Ballet, Tulsa Opera and American Theatre Company. Its four main venues enable it to host ...
This small building with a walk up window and drive
through has people lining up for the tasty treat. This place and others like it have become the talk of the town. Frozen custard is thicker, richer and creamier ...
Formerly known as Adam's Mark Hotel, the Crowne Plaza is
located in the Williams Center in downtown Tulsa. It provides more conference space than most other Tulsa hotels and offers beautifully appointed rooms for business trips, conventions or vacations. ...