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First up, check out Oktoberfest 2010 this Thursday through Sunday at the Arkansas River. This event offers fun for the whole family with delicious food, carnival rides, refreshing beverages, live music, dancing, and arts and crafts. The festival also offers authentic markets where you can find all kinds of German items.

The Oklahoma Boulderfest is this weekend as well at Chandler Park. Anyone interested in rock climbing definitely needs to check out this event which includes food, music, overnight camping, and a whole lot of “boul- dering”.

Maroon 5 will be at the BOK Center this Tuesday night for their “Hands All Over” tour. Tickets are still available online and start at $39.50. Also, go see one of the hottest country stars around, Miranda Lambert, with special guest Eric Church this Thursday night at the Spiritbank Event Center. Other live musical performances this week include Amy Grant at the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center, Lee Brice at Cain’s Ballroom, Five Finger Death Punch, also at Cain’s Ballroom, and Thousand Foot Crutch at the Mabee Center.

This Wednesday, The President’s Own United States Marine Band will be at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center and the event is free and open to the public. Also, the Tulsa Symphony presents Masterpieces of Change at the Chapman Music Hall on Saturday and don’t miss An Evening of George Gershwin and Cole Porter at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center this Friday and Saturday.

Other events to add to your calendar include the Oklahoma Video Game Exhibition at Spiritbank Event Center on Saturday and the All About Me Women’s Expo at the Mabee Center this Friday and Saturday.

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