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Scrambling for Sunday plans? See our Tulsa Daily Brunch Guide! Plus, there's no shortage of weekend fun and we've got the full rundown.

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Weekend Roundup

Tulsa Mayfest

From art for sale on downtown Tulsa streets, to markets and meditation, there’s plenty to do in Tulsa this weekend.

  • 🖼 Meet Me at Mayfest: There’s no other place you can stroll entire city blocks of art, listen to live music and savor the sweet treats of Tulsa’s best restaurants. Mayfest 2024 runs today through Sunday.

  • ⚽️ Can We Kick It?: FC Tulsa’s home game will be lit Saturday night with fireworks and Mayfest madness. Get your Mayfest heritage month jersey HERE.

  • 🍽 Bartlesville Boom: Stop by Nineteen0Eight tonight for a 5 course prime rib, wine pairing, live cocktail music dinner, and a speakeasy experience you won’t forget.

  • 🧘🏻‍♀️ You Had Me at Om: There’s a new way to relax and tone in the Greenwood District starting Saturday.

  • 🍉 Meet Me at the Market: A second Saturday tradition is going strong in Bartlesville with the After-Market Market where you can shop and sip at downtown businesses following the Bartlesville Farmers Market located outside of Palace Rooms.

  • 🌳 Pretty Girls Walk Like: Philbrook helps you Spark your curiosity at an easy-going Family Nature Walk today at 10 a.m., then stick around for a hands-on nature exploration designed just for kids and their grownups.

  • 👨🏻‍🌾 Street Eats: The Tulsa Farmer’s Market spring season is in full swing Saturdays starting at 7am.

  • 🧘🏻‍♀️ Relax and Restore: Head into the weekend restored with a sonic sound meditation led by AT EASE Meditation. This one’s located among the beautiful art of Philbrook.

  • Tour the Tunnel: Enjoy fascinating oil boom stories on a guided tour inside and below historic downtown Tulsa office buildings Saturday.

  • 🩰 Brilliant Ballet: To close the season, Tulsa ballet has a new tradition! Signature Series offers performances formerly exclusive to the Ballet’s annual fundraising gala. See the show at Lorton Performance Center this weekend.

  • ❤️ Matters of the Heart: The American Heart Association’s Tulsa Heart Ball dances into the Mayo Hotel Saturday night. Get your tickets HERE.

HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY Sunday to all the mamas out there from us here at Tulsa Daily!


City of Tulsa Celebrates 72 New Affordable Apartment Units

City of Tulsa

Pop the confetti, it’s time to celebrate affordable living in Tulsa!

  • Life Worth Living: Tulsa City leaders celebrated the transformation of the historic Laura Dester Children’s center site located in the Pearl District. The five-building complex is now home to 72 affordable studio apartments known as Quincy Park.

  • Rent Ready: The apartments that rent for around $700 were originally bought by the City in 2015 from the State as part of an effort to manage stormwater in the neighborhood before being set for redevelopment in 2017. The affordability of the apartments represent a large focus of the City’s newly announced Tulsa Housing Strategy and its Path to Home Initiative.

Learn more about the Quincy Park Apartments HERE.


FC Tulsa Offers a New, Comfortable Way to Watch the Soccer Match

FC Tulsa

Kick back with a new way to experience an FC Tulsa match!

  • Up Close and Personal: The Bank of Oklahoma VIP Lawn Landing is the latest way to watch FC Tulsa at ONEOK Field. This brand new section offers a view unlike any other - right on the edge of the pitch and just to the left of the visiting club’s bench.

  • Luxury Look: Stay comfy the whole match with padded director’s chairs complete with cup holders! Included in this package is cashless bar access. Fans can upgrade their existing tickets at the match at Merch Stand 3. Kick it in style and see you Saturday!

Get tickets HERE.


New Downtown Tulsa Restaurant Open With Nod to Oil Boom History

Tulsa Daily

The former oil capitol of the world is booming with new restaurants and downtown’s latest, Barons on 1st is a hit.

  • Destination for Delectable Dining: We tried the fine dining restaurant that is a celebration of the finer things named for Tulsa’s oil tycoons who enjoyed the extraordinary and exquisite alongside the everyday. The scene at Barons on 1st is just as savory as the food. The green velvet couch by the fireplace makes you want to curl up with a book and sip a signature Coconut Palm.

  • Marvelous Menu: We had the beautiful Barons Chopped Salad, the Beef Short Ribs, the Filet Mignon, and the oh so velvety Celery Root Soup. Exquisite! Raise your glass and enjoy an evening of extravagance at Barons on 1st, open Tuesday through Saturday.

See the full menu HERE.

In other news

  • 🥂 Get Mom a Mimosa: Scrambling for Sunday plans? We’ve got you! Here’s our guide to the best brunches in Tulsa.

  • 🌪 Storm Services: Osage Nation provides on-site health services after tornadoes touch down in Barnsdall and Bartlesville.

  • 🩺 Hello Health: The Oklahoma Health Department ramps up efforts to help domestic violence survivors struggling with substance abuse.

  • 🎫 Tenacious Tickets: Live Nation presents concert week. Get your discounted $25 tickets to shows across Oklahoma through May 14th.

  • 🖼 Moving Mural: Local non-profit is working with awesome artists on a new East Tulsa mural.

  • 🏈 Making Moves: The Tulsa Oilers Football Team moved its offices over to the newly opened WeStreet ICE Center, home of Tulsa Oilers Hockey.

  • ❤️ Tornado Outreach: News 9 and the American Red Cross have teamed up to make donating to those affected by recent storms easy.

  • 🏛 History Highlights: Catch the new art exhibit that features the history of the Tulsa Race Riots and the evolution of Greenwood.

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