What To Do This Week In Tulsa

If you are wondering how to fill your social calendar this weekend, look no further! I'm here to share with you my top five events of the week. Of course, there's even more going on in Tulsa. For the full lowdown, all you have to do is download and open the Utown app. Available on both Apple and Android devices, you'll never have to wonder about plans again. 

Grand Re-Opening at Tulsa Air & Space Museum & Plantarium

Science geeks and learning-enthusiasts have to attend the grand re-opening of the Tulsa Air and Space Planetarium. This is a family-friendly event sure to wow and amaze. To top it all off, they've made the exhibit free to the public on Wednesday, starting at 7:00 P.M. What better way to spend your hump day?

Linde Oktoberfest at River West Festival Park

Every October, Tulsans look forward to Linde Oktoberfest. With a wide variety of German beers, Bavarian cheesecake, amazing music, and authentic European vibes, what's not to love? Head out on Thursday to catch the fun of the opening ceremonies. Can't make it on a week day? That's O.K! The festival goes through Sunday. Those who plan on trying all the different kinds of beers should remember to always drink responsibly. Bring along a designated driver or plan on grabbing an Uber ride to keep yourself and others safe.

Tulsa Opera's Faust Opening Night at The Tulsa PAC

The Tulsa Opera is back in full swing with the opening night of the Faust Performance. Head over to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center on Friday to catch the amazing acts. Tavolo is honoring the special evening by offering dinner specials as well as half-priced drinks. Or, head over after the show for some spectacular dessert options. 

Music Downtown in The Brady Arts District

Music-lovers can go from the opera to the Josh Abbot Band at Cain's Ballroom on Friday. Or, those looking for a more chill vibe can check out Dante and the Hawks at the Hunt Club. Tulsa has no shortage of outstanding musicians. Just head downtown to catch some incredible performances. 

Sunday Concert Series: Guthrie Green Country at Guthrie Green

Before Monday arrives, spend another day relaxing and enjoying the gorgeous fall weather. Spend Sunday at the Guthrie Green with your friends and a picnic. Grab a spot on the lawn and chill out to the sounds of their popular Sunday Country Concert series. Stay an hour or all night. Either way, you're sure to love the atmosphere.

All this and more is happening in Tulsa this week. To see the full list, all you have to do is check out Utown. As a real-time GPS for your social life, you never have to worry about what to do ever again. Download now and share it with your friends!