Weekly Events Calendar January 20-26

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Each week, Oklahoma Today staffers comb through their calendars to find a handful of great events happening across the state. Get out! See Oklahoma! And be sure to let us know what you find, either here or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @oklahomatoday.

The Blue Man Group brings its new show "Speechless" to Oklahoma. Photo by Evan Zimmerman.

The Blue Man Group brings its new show "Speechless" to Oklahoma. Photo by Evan Zimmerman.

Blue Travelers

These aren’t your average blue-painted men with musical talent. The Blue Man Group are performing at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center's Chapman Music Hall for three days of their new show Speechless, which features new and classic compositions, fresh bits, and new instruments. Come see this blue-faced, pipe-banging musical group and enjoy earworms that will torment you for the next month, at least. January 20-22. Tickets, $25-$74. tulsapac.com

Not So Sad, Sad Songs

At the Catoosa Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, patrons can see head-banging, bandana-rockin’, 1980s rock heartthrob Bret Michaels on his new Unbroken” tour. Michaels is known for many things: former Poison front man, Celebrity Apprentice winner, and hard-rock philosopher who spread the gospel that, indeed, every rose does have its thorn. Get your face rocked off by a living legend. January 23, Tickets, $45-$65. tickets.hardrockcasinotulsa.com

Hat Trick

Are you looking for a play about a fun-loving character that otherwise causes utter destruction? No, it’s not a play about your in-laws; it’s the Lyric Theatre’s staging of Dr. Seuss’s classic tale “The Cat in the Hat.” Come on down to the OKC’s Plaza District for a night of whimsical madness. January 23-February 9. Tickets, $20-$25. lyrictheatreokc.com/shows/the-cat-in-the-hat

You get the whole seat, but you'll only need the edge when Monster Truck Wars comes to Duncan.

You get the whole seat, but you'll only need the edge when Monster Truck Wars comes to Duncan.

Monster Mash

Nothing says weekend fun like traveling to Duncan to watch 12,000-pound monster trucks battle like mechanical gladiators. Outlaw, El Loco Oso, Sheriff, and Barefoot fight in the Monster Truck Wars during both matinee and evening shows. Act now to register for a ride on one of the battling behemoths. January 25. Tickets, $5-$25 monstertrucks.fun

Catch a glimpse of the majestic bald eagle during a nest tour at Sequoyah State Park.

Catch a glimpse of the majestic bald eagle during a nest tour at Sequoyah State Park.

Bald Eagle Nest Tour

Other than in zoos, Oklahomans are hard-pressed to find bald eagles. But at the Three Forks Nature Center in Sequoyah State Park, people can participate in the Bald Eagle Nest Tour: An educational guide into the lives of our national birds as they winter in Oklahoma. Participants will have a chance to see their natural habitats and take a caravan trip to watch eagles soar over the lake at the Fort Gibson Dam. Be sure to bring binoculars and an appetite for doughnuts, coffee, and hot chocolate. January 25. Admission, Free with required reservation. facebook.com

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Brandon King

Brandon King
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