Need plans? Here are things to see and do around Oklahoma
Pop artist My Brightest Diamond will do an in-store performance at 3 p.m. Saturday at Guestroom Records’ Oklahoma City location, 3701 N Western Ave. The concert is ahead of her opening slot for the sold-out Death Cab for Cutie show at Criterion later that night, and the store will have copies of her new record, “A Million and One,” available for sale. The show is free and all-ages. Call 601-3859 for details.
TULSA — The second Tulsa LitFest starts Thursday and continues through Sunday at various locations across Tulsa including Mainline, 111 N Main St., and Magic City Books, 221 E Archer St. Events scheduled include author talks and readings, kids’ story time, panels and poetry slams. For a full schedule, details, and ticketing information for those events that require it, go to www.facebook.com/tulsalitfest or www.tulsaartistfellowship.org/tulsa-litfest/.
FAIREST OF THEM ALL
NORMAN — The 43rd annual Medieval Fair of Norman starts at 10 a.m. Friday and continues through 7 p.m. Sunday at Reaves Park, 2501 Jenkins Ave. Admission is free, and visitors can enjoy period costumes, vendors and performances as well as a variety of food trucks and booths. For maps, parking information and full details, go to www.medievalfair.org.
Opens Streets OKC comes to Uptown 23rd from noon to 4 p.m., on NW 23 from Western to Robinson. The street will be closed to motorized traffic to encourage active transportation, which in turn promotes healthier residents. The event is family- and pet-friendly and includes 25 local food trucks. For more information, go to www.openstreetsokc.com.
Join the Women of WoodyFest at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Blue Door, 2805 N McKinley Ave., for a concert raising funds and support for the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival. Songwriters performing include Mary Battiata, K.C. Clifford and more. Tickets are $20, and the show is for all ages. To purchase in advance, go to www.bluedoorokc.com or www.ticketstorm.com.