POSTED ON MARCH 31, 2010:
Country Two-Step. Just to see you smile, the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver, brings what promises to be a dynamic country music show — Tim McGraw with Lady Antebellum. McGraw is a veteran of country music who released his first album in 1993 and went on to win multiple CMT Awards, Academy of Country Music Awards, CMAs and Grammys. Lady Antebellum is a new group on the country scene who released their first album in 2008. Composed of singers Hillary Scott and Charles Kelly and instrumentalist Dave Haywood, the group’s first single “I Run To You” won the 2009 CMA for Single of the Year! The show starts at 7pm, and tickets range from $35.50-$69.75. For more information, visit bokcenter.com.
Thursday, April 1
The RAIN Pours. They look like them and they sound like them and for all the screaming, star-struck teen girls of the '60s, this is the next best thing to seeing The Beatles themselves. RAIN: A Tribute to The Beatles is a quartet of fine musicians covering The Beatles from their beginnings through the psychedelic late '60s and their long-haired, hard-rocking rooftop days. Sing along with your family and friends to Beatles favorites, such as "Let it Be," "Hey Jude," and "Can't Buy Me Love." Not to mention a whole selection of songs usually not presented by The Beatles live. Presented by Celebrity Attractions, RAIN will show in the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E. Second St. For more information, visit tulsapac.com or celebrityattractions.com.
Friday, April 2
Artistic Glance. It's that time again: The first Friday of the month means it's time for the Brady District's First Friday Art Crawl. Starting at about 6pm, the various art galleries in the Brady District downtown will throw open their doors to show off their best exhibitions and provide demonstrations. Participants include Club 209, Tulsa Artists' Coalition Gallery, CFC Chocolatier, Living Arts of Tulsa, the Tulsa Glassblowing Studio and Donna Prigmore's pottery gallery. For more information, stop by any one of the participants, who will have fliers with details about other businesses involved in the Art Crawl.
Saturday, April 3
Kicking Off. The Tulsa Talons professional arena football team open its first season in the Arena Football One league with a match-up against the Tampa Bay Storm at the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver. The now defunct Arena Football League went bankrupt in 2008. After a year of negotiation to form a new, more economic business model, the Arena Football One League was born, and this weekend brings new looks, action and excitement. The Tulsa Talons have been playing arena football since 2000. The game is at 7pm, and tickets range from $12-87. For more information, visit HYPERLINK "http://tulsatalons.com"; tulsatalons.com, and for ticket information, visit HYPERLINK "http://bokcenter.com"; bokcenter.com.
Sunday, April 4
The Bunny Hop. Get your fill of Starburst jelly beans and Cadbury Creme Eggs; it's Easter time again! Unfortunately, Easter does not have the arsenal of holiday-appropriate movies that we can tell you to check out to get in the spirit of things (though It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown is always worth a watch). Go for an Easter egg hunt at your local church, or get an egg-dying kit at the grocery store (or skip the dye step and go straight from hard-boiled to delicious deviled). For local events as well as church services, visit our Events section on page 49.
Monday, April 5
No "Puff" Here. Released last Friday, How to Train Your Dragon is Dreamworks' latest creation and is playing at Cinemark's IMAX theater. How to Train Your Dragon tells the story of Hiccup, a Viking teenager whose scrawniness and distaste for killing dragons, the main occupation for the Vikings, make him an outcast. Instead of slaying dragons, Hiccup befriends one and begins to show his fellow Vikings the dragons' better side. Plus, what better way to see it than the recent upshot of 3-D animation? For 3-D IMAX, tickets are $12.75 for adults and $10.25 for kids. For show times and more information, visit cinemark.com.
Tuesday, April 6
The Irish Jig. March is over and St. Patty's Day is a distant memory for most, but the Irish bars are still hoppin'. There's always something going on at CJ Moloney's, 1849 S. Aspen Ave. in Broken Arrow. Work those pipes on Karaoke Mondays or enjoy the spins of DJ Lyte on Sundays and Thursdays. Tonight, drop by CJ Moloney's for $.50 classic Buffalo style wings served with your choice of ranch, blue cheese or tangy BBQ sauce. CJ Moloney's is open seven days a week from 11am-2pm. Check out the upcoming bands by visiting cjmoloneys.com or give them a call at 251-1973.
Wednesday, April 7
Chitty, chitty, bang bang. Country boys can survive. It's this motto and a unique blend of country and southern rock that makes Shooter Jennings and Lucero a force to be reckoned with. Music runs in Waylon "Shooter" Jennings' blood. He lived his first few years on his parents', Waylon Jennings Sr. and Jessi Colter, tour bus. Don't miss his show with punk roots, country infused rock band Lucero at the Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main St. Doors open at 7pm and music starts at 8pm for this all ages show. Buy tickets in advance for $20, or get them at the door for $22. For more info, visit cainsballroom.com.
Thursday, April 8
Country Two-Step. Just to see you smile, the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver, brings what promises to be a dynamic country music show -- Tim McGraw with Lady Antebellum. McGraw is a veteran of country music who released his first album in 1993 and went on to win multiple CMT Awards, Academy of Country Music Awards, CMAs and Grammys. Lady Antebellum is a new group on the country scene who released their first album in 2008. Composed of singers Hillary Scott and Charles Kelly and instrumentalist Dave Haywood, the group's first single "I Run To You" won the 2009 CMA for Single of the Year! The show starts at 7pm, and tickets range from $35.50-$69.75. For more information, visit bokcenter.com.
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