TOTALLY NOT FAKE AT ALL! It's wrestling, little Hulksters! Bully Ray comes to town, probably without daughter Mowgli Cyrus in tow, along with a former Olympian and Mr. Peroxide and possibly Spandex himself, Hulk Hogan for TNA Impact Wrestling. We here at UTW also understand that Sting is even taking a break from promoting his musical The Last Ship in order to open up a can of whoopass on some TNA pretenders. Tickets for the Cox Business Center Arena show are $15-$125. You read that correctly.
Something Wicked This Way Comes. If the Castle in Muskogee is known for just one thing, it's probably its Halloween Festival, and this year is no different. Boasting a Halloween village, a pirate ship stage, and the amazing-sounding Dark Castle Zombie Hunt, the festival strives to offer events ranging from not scary (certainly the Halloween village) to very scary, which probably applies to the Trail of Blood, which goes through a freaking cemetery. Enjoy. Fridays and Saturdays through Nov. 2 at the Castle in Muskogee.
Beautify Your Home and Support the Arts. An annual event held at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, the Cherokee Art Market showcases works of art from 150 Native American artists across many media. The juried competition offers $75,000 worth of prizes in more than a dozen categories, and you can even buy the artwork and take it home with you. Today and tomorrow from 10am-5pm.
Why Should Humans Have All the Beer-Guzzling Fun? Got a pet? Want a pet? Need stuff for your pet? Need an excuse to go to a Fest? Well friend, Dogtober Fest is for you. The Village Vet Animal Clinic hosts the event, held from 1-5pm at the corner of E. 81st Street and S. 145th Avenue in Broken Arrow and welcomes animals from Safari Joe's, fun pet products, veterinarian advice, and pet adoption opportunities. No word on whether doing the chicken dance at Dogtober Fest is racist or not.
If She Doesn't Scare You, No Evil Thing Will. Okay, it's not Disney, it's electronic dance pop. And tonight, Krewella: Get Wet Live Tour lands at the Cain's Ballroom with openers Seven Lions, Candyland, and Drumaddic at 7:30pm. Need to show off your sweet dance moves? This is the place to do it.
From Team Blake to Team Tour. Featured in full concert at the Mabee Center, Muskogee's Swon Brothers headline the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame's 2013 gala, inducting musicians like Jimmy Webb and Sandi Patty, not to mention the Mabee Center itself. Doors open at 6pm, and tickets, ranging from $10 to $175, are still available.
There's More To Life Than Food Engineer Day. In addition to that venerated national day, it's also Compost Day 2013, brought to you by the Metropolitan Environmental Trust. Hit the Guthrie Green for a Food Truck Wednesday performance by environmental singer / songwriter Stan Slaughter at 12:00pm, then head for the Tulsa Garden Center at 6pm for a concert and a fun evening of food, drink, and compost-related good times.
No Pitchers This Year, But There's Still Beer
You've been waiting 360-ish days, and it's finally here. River West Festival Park welcomes Oktoberfest back to town, bringing with it beer, lederhosen, beer, German food, beer, and poultry-related dance moves. Oktoberfest runs through Sunday, so plan accordingly. And take some ibuprofen before you go to bed.
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