For a community of 14,000, Weatherford offers an array of things to do on just about any night of the week. Ranging from a variety of restaurants, sports bars and grills, and sporting events. Whether you want to catch local musical and poetic talent at a coffee shop or enjoy a night of quality cuisine in one of several restaurants, Weatherford can accommodate your lifestyle. Throughout the year, visitors and residents can find city wide events and festivals, some are known nationally.
Southwestern Oklahoma State University hosts a number of arts and culture events as well as Collegiate sporting events on nearly a daily basis.
Southwestern Oklahoma State University Panorama Series
SWOSU’s Panorama series has been bringing outstanding events to the Weatherford campus since 1991. Panorama is partially supported by an endowed lectureship sponsored by SBC. All events begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center on the SWOSU campus in Weatherford.
Some of the most recent events include comedy performances by Bill Engvall of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, Lewis Black, Jeff Dunham, and Carrot Top.
Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood of Who’s Line Is It Anyway.
Cultural events have included Peking Acrobats, Cirque Eloize “Rain”, Drum Drum, Romeo and Juliet by the Arkansas Repertory Theatre and St. Louis Brass. Guest speakers have included former prisoner of war Col. Chuck Scott, Dr. Kevin Phillips and a cloning debate between Dr. Gregory Pence and Dr. Nigel M. De S. Cameron.
Tickets will be available at the SWOSU Public Relations & Marketing Office, Room 205 of the Administration Building, and at the SWOSU Business Office, Room 109 of the Administration Building. Tickets can also be purchased with a credit card by calling (580) 774-3019.
SWOSU’s Panorama series has been bringing outstanding events to the Weatherford campus since 1991. Panorama is partially supported by an endowed lectureship sponsored by SBC.
For more information on Panorama events, call the SWOSU Public Relations & Marketing Office at (580) 774-3063 or e-mail .
Cowboys is the largest night club in Western Oklahoma. They have featured artists such as Cross Canadian Ragweed, American Aquarium and No Justice.
They are a 21 and up night club.