Golden Opportunity. Watch the Golden Eagles attack a pack of Coyotes as the ORU men's basketball team preys on South Dakota. The showdown starts at 7:05pm at the Mabee Center, 7777 S. Lewis Ave. This team is sure to dribble, pass and shoot their way to victory, but they need you to cheer them on. Visit orugoldeneagles.com for more information.
A For Awesome. If you were lucky enough to score tickets to this much-anticipated concert, you'll have a blast singing along as Lady Antebellum (aka: Lady A) owns the night at the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver, 7:30pm. The Grammy-winning group is one of the most popular in country music, with hits like "Just A Kiss" and "Need You Now." Visit bokcenter.com for more information.
Fight Club. Get your man on. If you can't see it in person, just stay in, grab a beer and kick back with some friends for the MMA fight. The Ultimate Fighting Championship is hotter than ever and, due to the brutal nature of the competition, the only thing some of the guys are fighting is injury. Stay tuned to see who else goes down. Visit ufc.com for more information.
Old Play, New Twist. A "play with songs," The Caucasian Chalk Circle is street theatre, rock opera and comedy improv all in one. Set in a post economic collapse America, it is a retelling of King Solomon's story. With 12 actors playing 60 roles, it mixes styles that will surprise and amuse the audience. Head to the Heller Theatre, 4825 S. Quaker, to catch the fun, starting at 7:30pm. Call 918-746-5065 for more information.
Far Out. BA Sidewalk Astronomer presents a closer look at the "deep blue, ice, gas giant" of Neptune in Explore Our Cosmic Neighborhood at Broken Arrow South Library, 3600 S. Chestnut. Takeoff begins at 6:30 and landing is scheduled for 8pm. Feel free to bring your own telescope, and prepare to be amazed. Visit basidewalkastro.com for more info.
Long Live the King. In this Homage to Elvis Presley, tribute artists portray "the King" in various stages of his life. Elvis Lives! The Ultimate Tribute Artist Event will have you wiggling those hips and curling your lip as you enjoy all the highlights from his incredible career. Put on your blue suede shoes and head to the Performing Arts Center in Broken Arrow, 701 S. Main, at 7:30pm. Visit thepacba.com for more information.
Summer Prep. Although temperatures are still dropping, it's never too early to start planning for summer. If you're a fan of fishing, boating, sailing or water sports, the Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show is the event for you. Sail on over to the QuikTrip Center at Expo Square, 4145 E. 21st St., from 12-8pm. The show runs from Jan 30-Feb 5. Highlights and special appearances will include the Smage Brothers and the Swamp People. See the full schedule at exposquare.com or call 918-519-1210 for more information.
Art Appreciation. Spotlighting local artists' work, the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center Gallery, 621 E. 4th St., focuses on Patricia Glasco this month. Meet the artist and celebrate the opening of the exhibit from 6-9pm. Stay until the end and you could win a donated piece of Glasco's art. Visit okeq.org for more information.
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