Starting in Tulsa, if you’re looking to beat the heat, you can ironically do so at the Summer Heat International Dance Festival. It is happening now at the Tulsa Perform Arts Center and will wrap up this Sunday. For more info, head over to at our handy redirect — bit.ly/HeatDance.
Also happening all weekend long is the World Wide Paint Horse Congress at the Tulsa Expo Square. This event contains all things horse-riding is great for the entire family.
Learn more at http://www.kansaspainthorse.com/
On Friday, feast your eyes on a two-in-one art event happening in the Brady Arts District. First is the First Friday Art Crawl. Walk through the many impromptu art galleries set up outside, music performances, and even a fireworks.
Lined right up with that is the Ink Slingers underground art collective's bi-monthly event at The Yeti. While you’re in the neighborhood from the Art Crawl, pop in to see all kinds of art from Tulsa’s best underground artists. Also, enjoy music from various groups and much more.
For music in Tulsa this weekend, starting on...
Wright Brothers, Fiawna Forte and the Lonelys at Guthrie Green from 4-6pm
Bob Schneider and Travis Linville at Cain’s Ballroom
Brandon Jenkins at Mercury Lounge
Saganomics at the Colony
Green Corn Rebellion at Soul City
The Stephen White Group at Soul City
The Stylees at Mercury Lounge
Clint Black at the Hardrock Casino in Catoosa
Lindsey Buckingham at the River Spirit Casino
Dan Martin Band at Colony
1st Annual Bands Against Suicide Benefit at the Vanguard
Spend your afternoon with some of Tulsa’s best pickers at the Guthrie Green’s August Acoustic Sunday Concert. This week features Dan Martin, Seth Lee Jones, and Little Joe McLerran.
Also on Sunday is Paul Benjamin’s Sunday Nite Thing at the Colony.
Next, let’s go to OKC.
For some soccer fun in the sun, the OKC Energy Football Club will face off against the Real Monarchs at Taft Stadium.
Also on Saturday is the Oklahoma Craft Beer Summit at Tower Theatre. Join hundreds of beer snobs, I mean, craft beer enthusiasts for beer tastings, networking, and panel discussions on brewing and much more.
On Saturday and Sunday, make sure to head down to the Cox Convention Center of the Oklahoma City Pet Expo. There you’ll find everything pet related — from live demonstrations of obedience training, pet care, pet talent shows, and and great giveaways.
Check them out on Facebook at Facebook.com/okcpetexpo
For music in Oklahoma City this weekend,
Check the Casey Donahew Band at the Diamond Ballroom on Friday, Elf Power at the Opolis on Saturday, and Counting Crows at the OKC Zoo Amphitheater on Sunday.
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Have a great weekend!