Comfort Suites East / I-44
1737 S. 101st East Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74128-4607
Phone: (918) 628-0900
Fax: (918) 663-5224
A classic old-time drive-in, the Admiral Twin Drive-In shows Hollywood movies throughout the warm weather months. Just make sure you have the ability to listen to a FM radio because that is how you will hear the audio of the movie. The drive-in also contains a kitchen which serves up favorites like hamburgers and popcorn. Be advised that no outside food or drink is allowed.
One of the popular spots in the city for live music and good drinks, Reverb is both a club and a music venue. Though located away from the bustling city center, Reverb is quite popular in the music circles of the city because of the bands that come here to perform, as well as its special nights, like Synthetic Sundays. Drop by on a weekend and have a blast at the Reverb.
Near the busy intersection of 41st Street and Yale Avenue, this is one of the city's biggest and most popular movie theaters. Offering first-run movies and 20 screens with stadium seating and stereo surround-sound, this facility also features several snack bar locations and popular video games throughout the complex. A unique aspect of this theater is that a classic movie selection is often shown, in addition to the new releases. Check the website for further details.
This cineplex has 12 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. Stadium seating in each black-box theater and brilliant THX sound make this 12-screen cineplex one of the more popular places in Tulsa to view first-run movie releases. Located in the popular Promenade Mall (but very near the main mall entrance), this facility offers a full snack bar, game room and space for parties. Popular moves usually require a wait in line, which provides a chance to view movie previews on a massive wall of screens. Please call for film times, ticket prices and further information.
The Reynold's Center was founded in 1998 and is named after American businessman and philanthropist Donald W. Reynolds. It's area is spread over an astounding 138,000 square feet which has a seating capacity of 8,355. It is not only home to the men's basketball teams but also a home to the women's basketball and women's volleyball teams. Various kinds of sporting events take place at the Center.
The Skelly Field at H.A. Chapman Stadium, which was previously known as the Skelly Stadium, is the home arena for the Tulsa Golden Hurricane football team. Visitors of these facilities owned by the University of Tulsa can enjoy college football games.
A theater that has been a part of the city's culture-scape for several decades, albeit under different names, the Tulsa Little Theatre has risen to retain its role of a prominent culture and arts space in the city. The 1930s decor has been preserved, but the theater itself has been technologically upgraded to become a premier venue. See the website or call to know more.
This cineplex has eight screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please check the website.
The Tulsa branch of the state-wide chain of comedy clubs, the Loony Bin is located inside the Village at Woodland Hills shopping center and books some of the top touring comedians in the country.
Located in the busiest part of South Tulsa off US Highway 169, this multiplex theater features 15 screens, first-run movies, stadium seating and stereo surround-sound. It is also home to the only IMAX theater in Tulsa, with a screen three stories high and five stories wide. Unlike the bright-light arcade look of many such movie plexes, the decor here is elegant and sophisticated, reminiscent of eras past. Besides the standard snack bar, The Tulsa by Cinemark also offers a restaurant featuring gourmet coffee drinks.
Rock, Hardcore, Thrash, Metal, Punk; you will get it all over here. You can enjoy live performances of well known artists and bands at The Monolith. It began as a DIY art space and has developed into a frequently visited music venue of Downtown, Tulsa. Cassettes on Fire, The Ocean Floor, Scales of Motion are some of the noteworthy bands who play here.
A regular host of the annual film and music festival Tulsa Overground, this cineplex has four screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. Check ahead for film times, ticket prices and further information.