TulsaGo / Signature Events / September 2019

Fall is almost here. The city is full of seasonal events and things to do for the entire family. These selections were voted on by residents from all around the Tulsa area. From exciting entertainment happenings to cultural experiences, see what makes fall in Tulsa one of the best seasons of the year.

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Rickey Smiley Morning Show: September 13 @ 4am

To celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Park, Gathering Place in partnership with Perry Broadcasting is bringing The Rickey Smiley Show, the #1 hip-hop morning show in the United States, to Tulsa! Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of a live broadcast of the hit show from Gathering Place on September 13! And you could walk away a winner! We will be giving away $500 every hour during the show to members of the live audience.

The show will take place on the ONEOK Boathouse Overlook. Additional viewing will be on the QuikTrip Great Lawn with food, fun, and music. Rise and shine and join The Rickey Smiley Morning Show at Gathering Place on Friday, September 13. Doors open at 4 a.m., the live broadcast is from 5 a.m. to 9 a.m.

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Scotfest: September 13 - 15

The region’s biggest and best celebration of Celtic history, music and heritage. This three-day festival offers attractions for the entire family and is a much-loved Green Country September tradition. September 13-15, 2019. At SCOTFEST, over 25,000 attend and growing every year, where they enjoy the sounds of Celtic-music professionals who come to Tulsa from nearby, across the US and overseas. They play everything from rowdy “bagrock” to more traditional folk tunes. SCOTFEST also features a great selection of British and other international beers, as well as whisky tastings and lots of delicious Scottish and American food.

ScotFest will be presented at Broken Arrow Event Park: 21101 E 101st St, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74014

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MisFest: September 14 @ 3pm

MisFEST presented by Fowler Automotive is coming back better than ever on September 14, 2019 at Guthrie Green with KT Tunstall as our headliner! There will be food trucks, live and interactive art installations, vendors, and fantastic music. MisFEST is FREE with VIP ticket options for those who want a designated space on the back deck with a few other perks.


4:00 pm – Shoulda Been Blonde

4:50 pm – Yardbone

5:40 pm – Smoochie Wallus

6:30 pm – Bambi feat. Tea Rush

7:10 pm – Tea Rush

8:00 pm – Good Villains

9:00 pm – KT Tunstall

Jazz Into the Night: September 21 @ 7pm

This is Utica Square's final Jazz into the Night concert series! Bring a date, gather friends, or have a family night out and head down to Utica Square for a delightful evening of music, food, and fun. This event will be held outdoors in Yorktown Alley near Polo Grill, Lolly Garden, and Ediblend.

Branjae's Juke Joint Jive

Saturday, September 21st, 2019

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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Tulsa State Fair: September 26 - October 6

The Tulsa State Fair is most likely one of the most anticipated events of the year. People from all around the state come out to enjoy the 11-day span of food, fun, and entertainment. Music from some of the best artists around include Aaron Watson, Genuwine, Lanco, LovelytheBand, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Chris Janson, Whiskey Myers, and more. Grab your Mega Ride Pass and hit the ground running with The Zipper. You won’t want to miss Disney on Ice and experience world-class skating, high-flying acrobatics and unexpected stunts.

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