Events starting Feb. 16 in Oklahoma City

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  • through August 2024

    Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center

    11 NW 11th St., Oklahoma City Oklahoma City

    Oklahoma City mural artist TANK and Eduardo Sarabia teamed up to decorate a building with Sarabia's signature vine imagery, inspired by the floral motifs used to adorn houses in his childhood neighborhood in Los Angeles 405-951-0000
  • Through May 27, 2025

    First Americans Museum

    659 First Americans Blvd., Oklahoma City Oklahoma City

    An immersive experience, offering a profound exploration of the distinctive histories, cultures, contributions, and resilience of Oklahoma's 39 tribes. Visitors can engage in hands-on activities, interactive experiences, and educational opportunities while rotating objects showcasing diverse cultural experiences will be on display for two years. 405-594-2100
  • Through June 18

    Oklahoma City Museum of Art

    415 Couch Drive, Oklahoma City Oklahoma City

    an exhibition celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Chihuly collection at OKCMOA showcasing five decades of glass and painting telling the story of his groundbreaking career featuring never before seen works in Oklahoma City, through June 18, 2024 405-236-3100
  • Mondays-Sundays, 6-8 p.m.

    Deer Clan Books

    3905 N. College Ave, Bethany Bethany

    Free

    Art Exhibit of Johnny Moore Oil paintings, anthropomorphization of nature 405-495-9005
  • noon-1p.m., Weekdays

    Downtown OKC

    211 N. Robinson Ave., Oklahoma City Oklahoma City

    a free arts event that features a wide range of artistic mediums from live art demonstrations to musical and theatre performances to short films and more, weekdays in various downtown OKC locations 405-235-3500
  • ongoing

    First Americans Museum

    659 First Americans Blvd., Oklahoma City Oklahoma City

    explore and learn about the Mound Builder cultures along the walking path to the top of the FAM Mound which is 90 feet in height and serves as a cosmological clock 405-594-2100
  • Ongoing

    First Americans Museum

    659 First Americans Blvd., Oklahoma City Oklahoma City

    the signature exhibition of the museum, features works of art, interactive media, and film from all 39 tribes in Oklahoma as of today depicting stories with ancestral origins, collective histories, sports and more 405-594-2100
  • Ongoing

    Oklahoma History Center

    800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, Oklahoma City Oklahoma City

    Through this photo exhibit, the evolution of professional wrestling in Oklahoma is explored, tracing its origins from traveling carnivals to its present-day form. 405-521-2491
  • Ongoing

    First Americans Museum

    659 First Americans Blvd., Oklahoma City Oklahoma City

    reflecting on the Native belief that their cultural materials hold the spirt of their makers and those who wore or used them this exhibit features of over 100 items that have been returned to the 39 tribes of Oklahoma after being taken from them in the early 1900s 405-594-2100
  • Ongoing

    Oklahoma History Center

    800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, Oklahoma City Oklahoma City

    This showcase highlights the contributions of Oklahomans to the U.S. air and space program, as well as the state's early aviation trailblazers. The exhibit features artifacts closely linked to Oklahoma aviators and the U.S. air and space program, including Oklahoma flags that have been flown in space, a NASA Mission Control console, space shuttle heat shield tiles, and lunar samples, commonly referred to as "moon rocks." 405-521-2491
  • Ongoing

    Oklahoma History Center

    800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, Oklahoma City Oklahoma City

    an exhibit featuring the first steps toward air travel for both military and commercial flights and ways that Oklahomans such as Wiley Post contributed to aviation 405-521-2491
  • Ongoing, 9 p.m.

    Ponyboy

    423 NW 23rd St., Oklahoma City Northwest OKC

    Karaoke nights are BACK, hosted by Michel and Kaylene! Get ready for Stay Gold Karaoke and COME SING YOUR HEART OUT! FREE EVENT. Music starts at 9:00 PM. 405-602-5985
  • Thursdays-Saturdays, 8-10 p.m.

    Jewel Box Theatre

    321 NW 36th St., Oklahoma City Oklahoma City

    Get Tickets

    $25; $20 Military/Seniors/Educators; $15 Students

    The 2012 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama follows a group of recovering addicts using dark humor to forge a bond of love and support in chat rooms spread across cyberspace. Written by Quiara Alegría Hudes and directed by Isaiah J. Williams. For tickets: [email protected] or call 405-521-1786. Content advisory: Strong language and adult situations. 4055211786
  • Thursdays-Saturdays

    Othello's Italian Restaurant

    434 Buchanan Ave., Norman Norman

    INSTURMENTALISTS 405-701-4900
  • Fridays, Saturdays, 9 a.m.

    Mojo’s Blues Club

    1 E. California st., Oklahoma city Bricktown

    Chicago-style electric blues boogie woogie every Friday & Saturday night at Mojos. featuring the Legendary Michael Newberry on drums, Matt 'blues cruise' Kemp on guitar, Todd "Ten Fingers" Hickman on keys, and the man of 1000 hats, "Bricktown" Curtis Brown on bass. We perform outside on the patio when the weather is nice. You can't fire us, because we don't quit! 4052322639
  • Fridays, Saturdays

    Bourbon Street Bar

    9501 S. Shields Blvd., Moore Moore

    JAZZ 405-759-7770
  • Fridays-Sundays

    Hefner Grill

    9201 Lake Hefner parkway, Oklahoma City Lake Hefner

    JAZZ 405-748-6113
  • 6-7 p.m., Fridays

    Andrews Park

    201 W Daws St., Norman Norman

    bring a yoga mat and water bottle for an hour of spirit, mind and body alignment 405-366-5472
  • Fridays, Saturdays, 10:30 p.m.

    Ponyboy

    423 NW 23rd St., Oklahoma City Northwest OKC

    Dance Party 10:30PM-Close. PONYBOY IS A 21+ ESTABLISHMENT. Ponyboy is located next to Tower Theatre at 423 NW 23rd St. Performances are upstairs at Ponyboy.​ 405-602-5985
  • Third Friday of every month

    The Deli

    309 White St., Norman Norman

    INSTRUMENTAL 405-329-3934

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