Nightlife in Sapulpa

The Fashion Opera: "Fashion Arena" at Greenwood Cultural Center on November 2 (Up to 54% Off)

The Fashion Opera: "Fashion Arena"

Greenwood Cultural Center

$54.50 $25

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Event showcases the work of established designers, including the latest collection from The Fashion Opera's founder Antonio Wingfield

One Day at Repticon for Two Adults and Two Children on October 4 or 5 (Up to 50% Off)

Repticon

Oklahoma State Fairground

$30 $15

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Reptile, amphibian, and arachnid breeders and experts showcase creatures' behavior and biology through exhibits and demonstrations

Murder-Mystery Dinner for Two with T-Shirts from The Dinner Detective (43% Off). Seven Dates Available.

The Dinner Detective

Sheraton

$189.90 $109

Murder-mystery group weaves intricate plots that diners must uncover by interrogating their peers during delectable four-course meal

$25 for Two Dates from City Social Club ($50 Value)

City Social Club

Downtown Oklahoma City

$50 $25

Matchmakers pair clients up with potential love interests through their personal-dating service

$15 for $30 Worth of American Food at Lumpy's Sports Bar & Grill

Lumpy's Sports Bar & Grill

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Nacho towers, cheesy fries, barbecue-sauce-drenched burgers, and hot subs refuel patrons in between rounds of pool and darts

Slipknot with Special Guest Korn at Chesapeake Energy Arena on November 5 at 7 p.m. (Up to 27% Off)

Slipknot with Special Guest Korn

Chesapeake Energy Arena

$55.15 $40

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Alternative heavy metal act known for their matching jumpsuits and masks joins the nu-metal rockers behind "Freak on a Leash"

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The dual-purpose Center Stage & CheerAction facility combines an 1,800-square-foot harlequin-floor dance space with a 1,500-square-foot cheer suite to earn kids their tumbling and dance wings. Summer camps offer competition-grade gymnastics flooring for postschool entertainment such as the mini-tumblers camp, which harnesses youthful exuberance into a productive yield of handstands, cartwheels, backbends, and controlled levitation. Four-day camps feature prancing princesses, superhero hip-hop, musical theater, and a Harry Potter–themed string of activities and students of the stage can act, dance, and tumble their way through the three-day camp, which combines acrobatics with fewer wind-chapped activities such as water games, crafts, and snacks. The cheer camp gives chanters a venue for their newly acquired stunt and jump skills, offering performance time at a Tulsa Drillers Game and includes two complimentary tickets to the game.

736 W Main St
Jenks,
OK
US

Select Cinemas, the proprietors of RiverWalk Movies, believe that suburban moviegoers shouldn't have to go out of their way to catch Hollywood's latest offerings. They also believe that movie theaters can boost neighboring businesses, which is why everybody wins when they integrate themselves into communities. But movies matter most, and RiverWalk Movies has an edge on urban multiplexes. All eight of their screens are wall-to-wall. All auditoriums feature 100% digital projection and 100% digital surround sound, along with stadium, rocking-chair-style seating to prevent neck craning when sitting behind Bigfoot. RiverWalk also prides itself on its concessions, especially the popcorn, and offers free shows to satiate kids during summer vacations.

600 Riverwalk Ter
Jenks,
OK
US

Like a beloved T-shirt or a broken-in couch, Elm Street Pub is in the business of comfort, welcoming visitors with hearty sandwiches, traditional pub fare, and sudsy libations served in a low-key taproom. Digits descend on finger foods including chicken tenders or beer-battered french fries, and tall draft pours fuel all-night games of eight ball on the pool table. Modern and old-school hits pump out of the pub’s jukebox, providing an aural backdrop for friendly dance-offs or attempts to help a percolator kick its caffeine habit.

329 S Elm St
Jenks,
OK
US

Anchored in the Fontana Shopping Center, Magoo's has filled bellies and entertained the people attached to those bellies for nearly two decades. Every day of the week, lunch and dinner spreads prompt a constant procession of plates, which arrive at tables lugging half-pound burgers and country-fried steaks. After emerging victorious from their meal or a mozzarella-stick duel with a friend, diners celebrate with a drink from the drinks bar or a game of billiards on one of the restaurant's 30 felted battlegrounds. TVs flicker above with sports action, and during the week, music fills the air during karaoke nights or live performances.

5002 S Memorial Dr.
Tulsa,
OK
US

The Belly Dance Academy of Tulsa operates under the inspirational and gyrational mind of Shadia Dahlal, a 30-year dancing veteran and the vice president of the National Association for Teacher Certification in Middle Eastern Dance. Inside her spacious 3,200-square-foot studio, Shadia and her enthusiastic instructors treat graceful guests with a comprehensive class structure and a custom-built floating floor—the same surface used by the Tulsa Ballet. On the floor, students with little to no prior dance experience can slink into character in either the level 1 belly-dance class, which teaches the basic fundamentals of tummy toning and shaking, or the burlesque class, a strip-free celebration adorned by an abundance of feathers, rhinestones, and other eye-drawing accessories. During intermediate and advanced classes, experienced students hone their hip whispering by learning choreography, stage presence, and how to perform in various venues. Regardless of level, each class provides one full hour of low-impact cardio and creative exploration.

4622 E 31st St
Tulsa,
OK
US

Diners at Sandite Billiards and Grill devour tender steaks, third-pound burgers packed with 100 percent ground beef, and Southern comfort fare and play games on 18 pool tables, arcade machines, and foosball tables. The menu heralds the arrival of appetizers, such as the chili-cheese nachos or hot wings, both of which render fingers messy like high-fives from Jack Kerouac. Diners train their forks on protein-packed 12-ounce rib eyes and 10-ounce fillets swaddled in strips of bacon and served with starch sidecars of fried, baked, or hot potatoes and texas toast. A family-friendly billiard hall, patrons of all ages can pluck Viking, Predator, or Lucasi cues off the wall and direct clacking stripes and solids over blue-felted pool tables or into opponents’ drinks.

7822 W Parkway Blvd
Tulsa,
OK
US