Clarion Inn Tulsa International Airport
2201 N. 77th East Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74115
Phone: (918) 835-9911
Fax: (918) 838-2452
A classic old-time drive-in, the Admiral Twin Drive-In shows Hollywood movies throughout the warm weather months. Just make sure you have the ability to listen to a FM radio because that is how you will hear the audio of the movie. The drive-in also contains a kitchen which serves up favorites like hamburgers and popcorn. Be advised that no outside food or drink is allowed.
One of the popular spots in the city for live music and good drinks, Reverb is both a club and a music venue. Though located away from the bustling city center, Reverb is quite popular in the music circles of the city because of the bands that come here to perform, as well as its special nights, like Synthetic Sundays. Drop by on a weekend and have a blast at the Reverb.
The Reynold's Center was founded in 1998 and is named after American businessman and philanthropist Donald W. Reynolds. It's area is spread over an astounding 138,000 square feet which has a seating capacity of 8,355. It is not only home to the men's basketball teams but also a home to the women's basketball and women's volleyball teams. Various kinds of sporting events take place at the Center.
The Skelly Field at H.A. Chapman Stadium, which was previously known as the Skelly Stadium, is the home arena for the Tulsa Golden Hurricane football team. Visitors of these facilities owned by the University of Tulsa can enjoy college football games.
Rock, Hardcore, Thrash, Metal, Punk; you will get it all over here. You can enjoy live performances of well known artists and bands at The Monolith. It began as a DIY art space and has developed into a frequently visited music venue of Downtown, Tulsa. Cassettes on Fire, The Ocean Floor, Scales of Motion are some of the noteworthy bands who play here.
A regular host of the annual film and music festival Tulsa Overground, this cineplex has four screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. Check ahead for film times, ticket prices and further information.
A theater that has been a part of the city's culture-scape for several decades, albeit under different names, the Tulsa Little Theatre has risen to retain its role of a prominent culture and arts space in the city. The 1930s decor has been preserved, but the theater itself has been technologically upgraded to become a premier venue. See the website or call to know more.
The Pink Eye features some of the best artists and bands of Tulsa. If genres like Indie, Rock and Hardcore get you grooving, then you just cannot afford to miss a performance at The Pink Eye. Lionheart, Folsom, Knights of the Abyss, Ambush and several other bands have performed here.
Creative Room is a unique co-working space in the heart of the Pearl District. A great place for artistic people to brainstorm and work in a different environment that gives them flexibility. It features work-desks, community tables, a lounge, WiFi, a kitchen and a meeting room. It is also a versatile venue and is used for concerts, art exhibitions, private events and more. Some of their previous listings are Emma, Expire and Pelican Johnny.
A popular concert hosting venue, Flytrap Music Hall is the best option when you want a pick of happening numbers. With a holding capacity of anywhere between 100 to 1500 one can expect anything from small time events to full fledged concerts. The calender at Flytrap is full with a mix of local, upcoming, national and international artists and soloist. For those who would love to hire the premises, catering is also available.
The 35 blocks that make up Tulsa's Greenwood District comprised the center of African American life and commerce in the city during the early 1900s. Its importance was such that Booker T. Washington called it "Black Wall Street." While a race riot destroyed much of the area in 1921, it was soon rebuilt. The Greenwood Cultural Center showcases the rich history of this district while also serving as a venue for many local events.
Located in downtown Tulsa's Greenwood District, ONEOK Field is the home ballpark of minor league baseball's Tulsa Drillers. Since opening in 2010, the stadium's Art Deco architecture pays tribute to not only the city's baseball past, but to the neighborhood the park is located in. Currently an affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Driller home games occur here from April until September, although private events are held at the ballpark throughout the year.