Cox Business Convention Center (CBCC) is getting ready for spring with the renovation of the South Plaza and continued progress on the $55 million Vision Tulsa renovation. The venue continues to be open throughout the construction and enters March with over 20 events already completed in 2020, and a new month focused on a cyber summit, sports events, and social galas. Starpower National Dance Competition / Feb. 28 – March 1 / Exhibit Hall A –Starpower offers 30 years of experience in the creation of a unique competition for performers of all ages and levels. The Tulsa competition takes place in Exhibit Hall A and begins on February and continues into the weekend with competition beginning at 9:00 a.m. on both Saturday and Sunday. For details, please visit “Celebrate LIFE” / Tulsa Ballroom / March 5 – LIFE Senior Services presents “Celebrate LIFE” and offers an evening with complimentary valet and cocktail reception, a gourmet dinner by Chef Devin Levine, CEC, Live and Silent Auctions, Mystery Boxes, Raffle, and musical entertainment by Ayngel and John. The evening's emcee is KJRH Chief Meteorologist Mike Collier. Tickets and details available at World of Wrestling / Exhibit Hall ABC / March 6-8 – It’s wrestling weekend in the Arena District. While the Big 12 Wrestling Championships are happening at BOK Center, World of Wrestling will be hosting a national tournament at CBCC. The 2020 National Youth Duals will take place in the Exhibit Hall March 6-8 and host over 800 guests. For details, visit PrimeTime Dance / Assembly Hall / March 6-8 – Primetime brings dance competitors together for “the fun of a national’s finals at every event.” The Tulsa competition will welcome over 3,000 attendees and take place in the CBCC Assembly Hall. The event begin at 5:15 p.m. on Friday before starting at 7:45 a.m. on both Saturday and Sunday. For details, visit “Brainiac Ball” / Tulsa Ballroom / March 7 – Family & Children’s Services presents the 2020 “Brainiac Ball” and offers an evening of “diving into unchartered waters and brainteasing fun” while raising funds to support the organization’s aims. Guests will enjoy an aquatic adventure with team trivia, a live auction, dancing, and food and drinks. For more information, visit Athletic Gold Championship / Exhibit Hall BC / March 14-15 – Athletic Gold welcomes over 6,000 guests to downtown Tulsa for this Bronze Tier Dance Competition. The event begins at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday. For details, visit Tulsa Cyber Summit / Tulsa Ballroom / March 22-24 – Tulsa Cyber Summit 2020 is a two-day conference presented by the University of Tulsa and covering some of the hottest trends in cybersecurity. The summit offers national keynote speakers, informative panel discussions and innovative technology and leadership seminars from some of the top cyber experts in the industry. For details, visit Stage One Tulsa Regionals / Exhibit Hall A/ March 26-28 – Welcoming nearly 5,000 guests to the Arena District, Stage One hosts Tulsa Regionals at CBCC. The competition begins at 7:00 a.m. each day in Exhibit Hall A. For details, visit “Carnivale” / Tulsa Ballroom / March 28 – “Carnivale” is known as “the Best Party in Town” but it’s also known for its support to end homelessness and the stigmas of mental illness. The 2020 event has the theme “ROAR” and a “1920s Flapper Black Tie Attire.” The event benefits Mental Health Association Oklahoma. For tickets and details, visit