Spring is almost here. There is a lot to do in the month of March. Whether you and your love interest want a romantic evening or want to do something with family and friends, check out what Oklahoma City has to offer.
Motown The Musical – OKC Civic Center Music Hall
Starts March 7 to 12, 2017. It tells the story of Berry Gordy Jr. Motown records. Features more than 40 classic hits such as “My Girl” and Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”. See the behind the scenes stories of artists like Diana Ross and Smokey Robinson. Get tickets.
March 3 to 4, 2017, 10 am to 6 pm. at the ASA Hall of Fame Complex. Langston University will be hosting the Inaugural National HBCU Softball Classic. It features eight HBCU college and universities softball teams from across the country.
Head to the 49th floor of the Devon Tower, in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City, in order to treat your date to a fine dining experience overlooking the town. With a fresh and inventive menu, creative cocktails, and a breath taking ambiance, you are sure to impress your date. Reservations are recommended.
Sunset on Lake Hefner is certainly one way to woo your sweetheart. Pair the view of the sunset with a glass of wine and Red Rock’s Southwestern cuisine on their lakeside terrace, and you might accidentally make your date fall in love. Whether feasting on a course prepared in their wood-fired brick oven, or simply having a beer by the fire on the patio, while listening to live music, you will not regret experiencing the unforgettable hacienda-style environment that Red Rock has to offer.
Known for their “farm-to-fork” recipes on their ever-changing menu, Ludivine serves up some of Oklahoma City’s most inventive and delectable entrees. The elegant, yet hip, environment is prime for an intimate date in midtown OKC. Ludivine’s open floor plan allows you and your date to look on as the cooks prepare exotic dishes for you, such as their famous Roasted Bone Marrow Luge. The menu changes daily and is solely based on what fresh ingredients are available from nearby farms and local suppliers.