Worth The Drive 7/2/19

Worth The Drive 7/2/19


Tuesday Bluesday with Wink Burcham at Soul City 8pm  


World UFO Day Party at New Era: Fine Fermentations 6pm-9pm,  Stop by the brewery after work for grilled burgers, a live showing of the movie "Independence Day," and the debut of our newest on-tap beer - an alien-themed peach sour! Kids welcome. 




Reggae Nite w/ Travis Fite at Juicemaker Lounge



Movie On The Lawn: UHF at Elwoods 9pm-10:30pm





Tulsa FreedomFest at Tulsa Riverparks 12pm-11:30pm Celebrate America's Independence with your family and friends at Tulsa's annual July 4th celebration. Tulsa's much-anticipated FreedomFest includes endless entertainment, a variety of activities and tasty concessions. A Tulsa tradition since 1976, FreedomFest is known for featuring one of Oklahoma's largest free fireworks displays and live music on three entertainment locations along the Arkansas River. Join the crowds at Tulsa's River Parks and line the banks of the Arkansas River with lawn chairs and picnic baskets and wait for the show start.

Arrive early to Tulsa FreedomFest to enjoy inflatables for the kids, face painting, beverage and food vendors, old-fashioned family picnics and a bicycle parade. Past activity epicenters include River West Festival Park, Veterans Park and Elwood's Cafe. At nightfall, turn your gaze skyward and be amazed as hundreds of fireworks choreographed to patriotic music are launched from the 21st Street Bridge.

Fireworks will shoot of from 21st St Bridge. Primary viewing locations are River West Festival Park on the west bank and Veterans Park on the east side.




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