Live On The Patio! **UPDATE** Show CANCELED due to inclement weather.
“A rootsy, rock & roll trio from Tulsa, Oklahoma...”
Pete DeLesDernier - keys and vocals
EJ Rossman - drums and vocals
Neil Dirickson - guitars and vocals
21 and over. (Neil is John Paul Jones on bass guitar, Pete on keyboards)
Friday night fun in PIttsburg, Ks. Great food and great folks at Drop the H! Live music from 7 to 10pm.
21 and Over
Halloween Bash and Costume Contest!! Music, Food and Fun!!! The Hi-Fi Hillbillies will rock us from 12-4! Pumpkin Patch (Pick a pumpkin for discounts and prizes!) Food and Drinks!! Costume Contest with prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place!!!
Drop the H Brewing Company is a one-of-a-kind brewery and restaurant. Named for Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Pittsburg, Kansas ‘dropped the H’ in the late 1800s. One-hundred-and-twenty years later, Drop the H Brewing Company arrived on the scene with a mission–Craft Beer, Craft Pizza, Craft Experience!
Our skillfully crafted beers are brewed on-site. Our savory dishes are handcrafted from the freshest ingredients. We make our dough and sauces in-house and bake our New York style pizzas in a custom Marra Forni brick oven. Drop the H Brewing Company is cultivating an extraordinary experience for the people of Pittsburg and the surrounding communities. Welcome! For more info call (620) 404-4019
Save Tulsa Music Scene Concert Series was a concept created by Trent Creekmore and Tom Green to help our Tulsa area musicians who are currently performing for a living or working on their original art to create a platform for making money and perform in a socially conscientious environment. 100% of the door goes directly to the artist pockets. There won’t be online sales.
Thanks to our friends at Shady Keys who will be donating their cover charge each Saturday to help the artists.
$15, at the door ONLY
The arts are back at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. While the building adjacent to Williams’ headquarters is still closed because of COVID-19, concerts soon will resume on the Williams Green.
The free Arts in the Air series, sponsored by Williams, starts Friday, Sept. 11, with a performance by The Fabulous Mid Life Crisis Band, a Tulsa-based classic rock and roll band that plays popular dance music. Other planned performances can be found on the Tulsa PAC Facebook page and website .
The outdoor green is large enough to accommodate about 600 guests socially-distancing.
Join us on a beautiful Saturday afternoon in July, at the 2020 Southwest Street Rod Nationals featuring hundreds of amazing classic and kustom autos and trucks!
Yukon's Freedom Fest actually starts the evening of July 3, with a tribute to veterans and continues all day on July 4. The annual celebration is held at Yukon City Park, 2200 S. Holly, and Chisholm Trail Park, 500 W. Vandament. Both parks interconnect, creating a 100-acre fun zone. Giant fireworks shows start at 10 p.m. on July 3 and 4, so bring your family, lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy!
It’s easy to find Freedom Fest! Simply take I-40 West exit 137, turn left on NW 10th Street, and right onto Holly.
The Mansion At Wooward Park, 2435 S PEORIA AVE, Tulsa, Ok 74114
The White House Mansion, 1 W 81st Street, Tulsa, Ok 74132
Over 1,000 automobiles and crazy creations on display creating the largest car show in the midwest! "The Hi-Fi Hillbillies" will perform on the Upper Level Stage Friday, Saturday and Sunday. "Empire" will also perform two shows on Saturday. DJ Sneaky Pete will emcee all weekend!
We will be among a stellar cast of local talent in a hootenanny style sing-along night of all Beatles music, all evening. Come grab a pint, and sit by the fire!
Friday night drinks, dinner and fun with the band!
Great food and tunes on the enclosed patio. Big fireplace, big fun!
A night of Neil Young songs, featuring several performed by our own Neil Diriskson!