Tulsa, Okla. – The Cox Business Center in downtown Tulsa is hosting a gaming tournament, a pop culture comic convention, and a LEGO convention in September. The month also includes a variety of galas, a Southern Soul concert, and a five-day consignment shopping extravaganza.

Alien Games / Conference Hall / Sept. 1st Alien Games Jenks presents an all-day card tournament in the Conference Hall on street level at the Cox Business Center on Saturday, Sept. 1. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. with the tournament beginning an hour later. For event details, visit

All White Southern Soul Classic / Tulsa Ballroom / Sept. 11th STi presents the All White Southern Soul Classic on Saturday, Sept. 1, at the Cox Business Center. The doors will open at 6:00 p.m. and the show begins at 7:00 p.m. with performances by Calvin Richardson, Bigg Robb, Veronica Ra’elle, Coldrank, and Big Pokey Bear. Tickets will be available at the door for $45. For event details, visit

EIS Kaleidoscope Ball: “Mosaic of Love” / Tulsa Ballroom / Sept. 7th Emergency Infant Services presents “Mosaic of Love” with Event Chairs Christian and Robert Leikam. The black-tie optional annual event provides vital essentials for local families facing crisis. A cocktail hour begins at 6:30 p.m. and is followed by dinner, a live auction, and dancing. For event details, visit

Wizard World / Exhibit Hall, Conference Hall, Assembly / Sept. 7th – 9th  Wizard World brings together thousands of fans of all ages to celebrate the best in pop culture. World-class programming, fan favorite actors from film and television, live entertainment, interactive panels, costume contests, gaming, original art and more are offered at this one-of-a-kind comic con environment. For the complete schedule and list of guests and panels, please visit

St. Simeon’s “Western Days” / Tulsa Ballroom / Sept. 11th “Wear Your Boots to Celebrate Our Roots” is the 2018 theme of St. Simeon’s annual “Western Days.” This year’s Pioneer Spirit Award recipient is Tom Mason, and Event Chairs are Lisa and Tom Schooley. For additional event details, please visit

“McDazzle Fun Ball” / Tulsa Ballroom / Sept. 20thRonald McDonald House Charities of Tulsa present the “McDazzle Fun Ball” and will be hosting Hanson for a return engagement (the musical brothers performed 25 years ago at the event during the beginning of their career). The annual celebration will provide help and hope for hospitalized children. For additional event details, please visit

Rhea Lana’s of Midtown Tulsa Children’s Consignment Event / Conference Hall / Sept. 23rd – 27thWith 76 locations in 24 states, Rhea Lana’s is the nation’s premiere children’s consignment event, and Tulsa families will have five days to buy and sell at the Cox Business Center in September. A variety of items, including; like-new clothing, toys, movies, books and baby gear, will be consigned and offered to the public during the event. Visit for details. 

TCC Vision Educational Excellence Award Dinner / Tulsa Ballroom / Sept. 27thTulsa Community College (TCC) Foundation presents the Vision Educational Excellence Award Dinner for 2018 at the Cox Business Center. The 2018 event honors David G. Page, JPMorgan Chase Bank Vice Chairman and Managing Director for Private Banking activities in Oklahoma. Funds raised from the event provide TCC students with scholarships, leadership opportunities, equipment, and mentoring. For more information regarding sponsorship and tickets, contact

BrickUniverse Tulsa LEGO Fan Expo / Exhibit Hall / Sept. 29th – 30thThe ultimate LEGO fan’s paradise returns to the Cox Business Center at the end of September with all new attractions and activities built to inspire, educate, and entertain. The family-friendly event offers amazing LEGO creations on display, building zones, special guests, and vendors with the latest in LEGO sets and accessories. The event runs from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday. For additional event details, please visit