In Tulsa, September is jam-packed with shows for everyone.

Visit Studio K for Tulsa Ballet’s first performance of the season – Creations in Studio K. Running Sept. 16-25, the showcase offers guests a glimpse into pieces created right here in Oklahoma. The Tulsa PAC also hosts a variety of events this month. First is the Viano Quartet, Sept. 17-18, presented by Chamber Music Tulsa. Stick around for Tulsa Symphony’s Magnificent – Shostakovich Symphony No. 5 on Sept. 24, and Celebrity Attraction’s Hadestown Sept. 27-Oct. 2. 

In OKC, the Civic Center Music Hall hosts Hairspray Sept. 6-11, brought to town by OKC Broadway. Stick around for OKC Phil’s opening night on Sept. 17. If you find yourself in Edmond, Armstrong Auditorium presents Gentri on Sept. 15. And for an outdoor endeavor, visit Scissortail Park for OKC Ballet’s Ballet Under the Stars on Sept. 17. Oklahoma City also welcomes some art offerings this month: Aliento a Tequila (The Spirit of Tequila) from Sept. 1-Oct. 23 at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum; Highlights from the Rose Family Glass Collection from Sept. 3-Jan. 15 at OKCMOA; and La casa que nos inventamos: Contemporary Art from Guadalajara from Sept. 11 to Jan. 9 at Oklahoma Contemporary.

You can also venture to Stillwater’s McKnight Center for the Performing Arts on Sept. 9 for Sara Evans and Sept. 23-25 for the New York Philharmonic. 

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