While Tulsa has a population of around 300,000 people, the number of holiday events and celebrations in Tulsa seems disproportionally high. From the end of November, all the way to the beginning of January, there is some sort of holiday event or celebrations in Tulsa, every single day. If you and your family are looking for some fun this holiday season, here are some events to check out:
For the performance lovers out there, here are some options:
-With Just one showing left on December 21, “A Christmas Carol” is being shown at the John H Williams Theatre.
-The Tulsa Ballet is showing “The Nutcracker” with two more showings, on December 20 and 21, at Chapman Music Hall
-On December 19 the Tulsa Oratorio Chorus will be performing Benjamin Britten’s “Ceremony of Carols” at Cascia Hall’s Helmerich Theatre
For the holiday lights lovers out there:
-From now until January 1, there is a huge holiday light display at the Rhema Bible Church, complete with 2 million lights, an amazing sight after moving to Tulsa.
-December 19 through 28 the public is allowed to drive through four miles of holiday displays at Chandler Park. It is reported that Santa will be present!
-From now until December 21 the Woolaroc Ranch hosts the Woolaroc Wonderland of Lights, where guests can ride a wagon or walk along the property and see the holiday light displays that are up. Santa is present, and there are even light refreshments
These are just a few of the incredible, numerous holiday events and celebrations in Tulsa that take place each year. After moving to Tulsa, be sure to take the family to one or two of the special events.