POSTED ON FEBRUARY 13, 2013:
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You Know Who. One of rock's most prolific bands is coming to the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver Ave. The Who will make you swoon with their beautiful tunes as they perform Quadrophenia, one of their signature albums. If your significant other tells you Roger Daltrey and the fellows aren't romantic enough for Valentine's Day, then you need to get a new significant other. Doors open at 6:30pm. Visit bokcenter.com for tickets.
OATH -- Oklahomans Against Trafficking Humans -- is hosting An Evening of Jazz and Wine at the Jazz Hall of Fame, 111 E. 1st St., to raise funds for its important work. Some of Tulsa's best musicians will be there, including Rebecca Ungerman, Annie Ellicott, and Stephanie Oliver. You won't want to miss this. The music goes from 7-10pm. Tickets ($50) will be available at the door, but you can visit oathcoalition.com to purchase online.
LOLz. You won't know what to do with yourself when you see the edgy improv comedy show One Night Stand at Nightingale Theater, 1416 E. 4th St. Two groups -- Challenge Accepted and Ham Wallet -- will engage their risqué creative side as they perform skits at the spur of the moment. Leave the kids with the babysitter and get ready to laugh your ass off. The yuks begin at 8pm. Tickets are $8.
Need for Speed. One thousand cars have been entered for the "Go for the Gold" prize. Only one will win, but you'll get to see all the entries on the last day of the 49th annual Darryl Starbird Custom Car Show, open from 10am to 6pm. It'll be a glorious ride as you spend the day gawking at the most unusual cars in existence. Start your engines at Expo Square, 4145 E. 21st St. Call 918-744-1113 for more info.
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Not the Gumdrop Buttons! One of the best loved films of the '00s is coming to the stage. Shrek the Musical tells the fractured fairy tale of how a terrifying ogre and his talking donkey save a princess. Even if I hadn't seen the movie, I'd be sold. The curtain rises at 7:30pm at the Bartlesville Community Center, 300 SE Adams Blvd. Call 918-336-2787 for tickets.
What's Not to Like? Whether you want to sing them or drink them away, Blues and Booze at Lot No. 6, 1323 E. 6th St., has you covered. Some basics are provided, but bring your own instruments and equipment because it's an open jam session! Music and drink -- aren't those the essentials of life? Call 918-231-8669 for more info.
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Jump Shot. The Golden Hurricane are going to storm across the court as TU Men's Basketball take on East Carolina at 7:05pm at the Reynolds Center, 3208 E. 8th St. You're going to want to get a good seat because it's going to be an intense, fun game. Visit tulsahurricane.com for tickets.
Highlight Reel. Those of us who've watched all three Godfathers back-to-back-to-back will appreciate the idea of making a movie in a day instead of watching it for a day. The 24-Hour Video Race shows what independent filmmakers produced when they took up the challenge to make a short movie in -- you guessed it -- 24 hours. This free event goes from 6-8pm at the Philbrook, 2727 S. Rockford Rd. Call 918-749-7941 for more info.
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