Aaah, the month of love! If you’re not sure where to go with your partner for Valentine’s Day, we offer a few options.

Music and Performance

If you enjoy the arts, Oklahoma has you covered with performances on and around Valentine’s Day.

In Tulsa, one of the most lauded love stories of all time – Cinderella – comes to life via the Tulsa Ballet, running Feb. 9-12 at the PAC. 

OKC offers plenty of goodies. First is Cirque Du Soleil: Corteo from Feb. 9-12 at the Paycom Center, followed by OKC Ballet’s rendition of Cinderella at the Civic Center Music Hall from Feb. 10-12. Stick around the Civic Center for Jesus Christ Superstar, running Feb. 14-19. 

In Edmond, the stunning Dublin Irish Dance performance returns to Armstrong Auditorium on Feb. 15, and fans of country music will be thrilled to see Trace Adkins on Feb. 14 at Stillwater’s McKnight Center for the Performing Arts.


If you’d like to opt for something interactive, a few Oklahoma museums have you covered with off-the-wall romance.

On Feb. 11, OKC’s Factory Obscura presents the Mix-Tape V-Day Bash. There, you’ll enjoy a smattering of live band performances alongside the sale of handmade cards, felt flowers and local art. In Tulsa, Love and Lust runs Feb. 11 at Living Arts. Created just for Valentine’s Day, the show is dedicated to what the gallery dubs “sensual artistry.” 

On Feb. 12, guests can venture to the Museum of Osteology to enjoy Valentine’s Day Forenic Night. On the same note, visit Norman’s Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History on Feb. 17 for ARTxFACTS: Dating with Dinos, a behind-the-scenes tour of the museum’s vertebrate paleontology collection. 


Whether you’re a couple that loves the great outdoors, arts and crafts, or painting, there are options for you.

On Feb. 12, Full Bloom Flower Bar offers make-and-take bouquets at Tulsa’s American Solera Brewery. You can also swing by Tulsa Stained Glass on Feb. 14 for the Valetine’s Day Stained Glass Event. Groups and individuals can make simple (yet romantic) glass creations. 

In OKC, creatives should try Painting with a Twist. There, couples can paint Valentine’s Day-themed creations … with champagne included! 

For the fit pairs, the Ancient Trail Trek runs Feb. 18 at the Keystone Ancient Forest in Sand Springs. 


A few Valentine’s Day dining and drinking experienced include:

Italian Wine Tasting
Feb. 9
NEFF Brewing, Tulsa

Valentines Day Dinner
Feb. 9
Skirvin Park Avenue Grill, Oklahoma City

The Ultimate Valentine Dinner Date Event
Feb. 10
Mayo Hotel, Tulsa

Valentine’s Day Dinner
Feb. 11
Bricktown Brewery at Remington Park, OKC

OKC Chaine des Rotisseurs and Society Mondiale du Vin Present: A Special Valentine’s Event
Feb. 11
Vast, OKC

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