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Guide for Things to Do in Tijuana

My friend is going to be visiting Tijuana for the first time and he asked me to put together a list of things to do. I came up with the following and thought I'd post it here to see if people had anything else they thought I should add. Also, the next time someone comes to this sub looking for recommendations on places to go, they'll have this list. It's my way of giving back after having lurked on here for so long.

NB: My friend is from LA, so I'm comparing lots of things in TJ to spots up there so he gets an idea of the vibe.

Things to do in Tijuana:
Beer:
Cerveceria Insurgente:
My fave brewery in Tijuana. It just opened a nice tasting room with an awesome rooftop. They sometimes have food, but it’s from a not-so-good truck so best not to go hungry.
Mamut:
There’s two locations, the original on 2nd street with a balcony or the tasting room on 6th street. The tasting room is in a nice Swiss looking cafe that went out of business and the owner bought up. They have mezcal there too. The original location has food, but it’s kinda bad. More people go to the original one and you can smoke on the balcony if that’s a thing.
Teorema/Ludica
Awesome tasting room for 2 great TJ craft breweries right on Revolucion. If they have Fanfarron, get it. It’s one of the best NE IPA’s I’ve had--right up there with Modern TImes.
Border Psycho
New tasting room on Revolucion. Their beers are decent and they have decent burgers.
Republica Malta
Kind of far from the main drag, but a cool little container park that has breweries from all over Baja so it’s a good place to check out Ensenada beers which are awesome also. Wendtlands and Agua Mala are my standouts, but everything is good.
Public House
Hipster beer bar. Like Sunset Beer in LA, but cooler.
Norte Brewing
Brewery on the roof of a parking garage behind the Caliente Casino on Revolucion. The beer is meh, but the view is really neat so it’s worth it for that.
Food:
Telefonica Gastro Park
This place has food stalls and a bar with lots of local craft brewers. The best is Ta Costeno for seafood tacos and ceviche or Humo for those smoked meat rolls.
La Justina
One of my favorite restaurants anywhere. They are awesome people and all the food is the best. Lots of veggie stuff too.
Cevicheria Corriente Nais
Classic seafood spot on 6th just below Revolucion. Get the liter michelada with all the seafood in it. It’s the best.
Cine Tonala
Bourgie food on a really nice rooftop. They also have decent hard liquor drinks too.
Oryx Capital
In the bourgie part of town. The food is really good and costs what like dumb shit in LA costs. So you can get octopus for like Silver Lake Ramen prices or whatever.
Erizo
Awesome seafood from this really dope chef named Javier Plasencia. He also owns a spot called Mision 19, but that place is super fancy and expensive and probably not for a bros trip.
Bars/Clubs
La Mezcalera
Generic hipster bar that only serves mezcal and beer in front. It opens up to an outside dance club in the back that is fun. The outside part has a different name, but I forget what it is and you enter via Mezcalera anyhow.
Rubiks
This is my favorite place in TJ cuz its so weird. It’s an 80’s themed spot, but its been taken over by goths. So they’ll play like Cindy Lauper, but then drop into Neubaten or Fad Gadget. It’s open all night and there’s 2 levels.
Esquivel
A bourgie techno club on the roof of Edificio Sara on Revolucion. The music there is mostly shitty uns-uns music, but its open until like 6am. It’s also the place where rich attractive people go.
Dandy Del Sur
A really old shitty dive bar on 6th that was featured in some Anthony Bourdain show. The drinks are bad, but they are basically free. I like it because it was one of the first places I ever frequented in TJ.
Mous Tache
Punk/alt music club that has a bar in front. The gimmick is that they have like 50 shots that are all named after a famous moustache. I ordered the Hitler to be edgy, but it made me vomit. The Martin Luther King is my favorite, so far.
Nortico
Speakeasy in the back of Oryx Capital. Great drinks and nice ambiance. Super small though.
Plaza Fiesta
This is literally an outside mall full of bars. On weekends, it will be butts-to-nuts crowded. There are a few breweries in there though, so it’s cool if you wanna try a bunch of beers all in one spot.
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Bachelor Party Smoke-a-thon

I spent the last weekend in Palm Springs, CA for my bachelor party.
I told my best man, that I just wanted a big place to chill, smoke, and drink.
So here are some photos from a very relaxing bachelor party weekend.
  1. a house blend from local cigar shop from lethalleonard - First cigar of the trip. This giant cigar was very mild.. to the point it was lacking flavor. Also notice a small handmade wood cigar stand my friend made.
  2. AVO Nicaragua Toro from ricky_t91 - First jacuzzi night and a fantastic cigar. First time having in Toro size.
  3. Nub Cameroon - After getting all warmed up in Jacuzzi, we set up for some Hold'em action. Nub Cameroon is quickly becoming one of my 'go to' cigars.
  4. Boliva - This was given to me by one of the owners of local B&M as a birthday gift. I took it with me to 18 hole on the 2nd day. I'm not much of a golfer and with Palm Springs' crazy wind, I lost like 2 boxes of balls. Still fun.
  5. Padron 1964 - I can't remember where i got this from. We hit the casino in palm springs on 2nd day night. Guess what... this fucking place does NOT allow Cigar Smoking. I spotted hundreds of other cigarette smokers and vapers... but nope. no cigar. I fucking ninja'd the whole stick. The place is called, Agua Caliente, do NOT ever go there
  6. Cohiba Blue Robusto - I know most of yall dont like non-cuban Cohiba, but I enjoy this stick time to time. As long as you can get it way below MSRP, I think it's not a bad stick at all. Just lounging on 3rd day.
  7. Yup. Yet another [Nub Cameroon](Nub Cameroon)
  8. H. Upmann The BANKER - another cigar from lethalleonard - this was surprisingly enjoyable.. especially while I was soaking in a hot tub.
over all, only 8 sticks. I thought i would smoke way more, but I was also busy eating and drinking. I guess 8 cigars in 3 days isn't too bad.
ALBUM
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Comprehensive Guide to Desert Trip Weekend 2

This entire guide (with updates) is available here:
https://musicfestivalguy.com/
Questions, Comments & Feedback are welcome!
EDIT: FOR THE LOVE OF CHRIST BRING A BANDANNA Totally forgot to mention this, bandannas and/or painters masks are REQUIRED if you don't want to cough up black crap for a week. At the very least, put it over your face while you walk out, all the dust kicked up by the herd of people leaving wrecks havoc on your respiratory system. I used one, coughed a little on Monday, back to normal by Tuesday.
EDIT 2: As tayyylooor pointed out, the Northern/Stage Right side of GA is MUCH less dense with people. Everyone stays on the Southern/Stage Left side because it's closer to the exits. Apparently bathrooms are less crowded there too. Take a look at the arial photo posted today: http://imgur.com/a/gs7bV PROOF: You can visibly see the far side of GA (right side looking at the photo, left side if you're facing the stage) is less crowded.
I wanted to go into more detail on my experience, provide some tips and tricks, as well as compile some of the information I’ve read on this subreddit. I’ll add/amend anything I’ve said with your comments, if any of you have additional insight.
I am a 10-year Coachella festival veteran. If you’ve been to Coachella multiple years, you probably don’t need to read all of this - the security is really similar only far more relaxed because of the older crowd. The layout/footprint of the entrance, terrace, and craft beer barn area is the exact same. The map they posted is somewhat accurate for the rest of the footprint.
Here’s a festival map, updated with some unlisted info and tips: http://i.imgur.com/RPQ94uV.png
For those interested, Here’s an album of photos http://imgur.com/a/WmURO
Here’s some GIFs http://imgur.com/a/Taq12
INBOUND SHUTTLES – Always hit or miss depending on the location’s popularity. I would recommend the Park and Ride locations, especially if they’re within a reasonable distance. We used the #10, Agua Caliente Casino line. There were so many busses lined up, we parked at 2, 4:45, and 3:30pm (Fri/Sat/Sun respectively) and arrived at the festival with plenty of time to grab food/beer and a spot before the music started (45min average shuttle travel time, Agua Caliente was only 5min from where we stayed).
SHUTTLES HOME - Each day, we walked quickly towards the shuttles after the 1st or 2nd post-encore song (pro tip – check set lists online for W1, it’ll likely be the same sets). We literally walked onto shuttles and left immediately. There was lots of traffic getting out on Friday (maybe 1hr total travel time back to agua caliente) but as the weekend progressed, the transportation in and out was much more smooth. I’d like to assume they’ll be more on point Weekend 2, but who knows if it’s all the same staff or not.
SECURITY – By all accounts security was super relaxed Friday & Saturday. Metal Detectors and bag inspections, no pat downs. If you stick to the lines moving fast, keep any non-metal goods/party favors in your pocket or shoe, you’re fine. We ran into a little trouble on Sunday, more of the guards on the outskirt lanes were thoroughly searching bags & confiscating any paraphernalia (I didn't see any arrests/ticketing, just confiscation). Just be smart, you can always switch security lanes before getting up there if they’re checking bags. But never give them a reason to check further. I brought in a flask of Jamison, a small camera with extra zoom lens, and plenty of goodies each day. I put my stuff in a Ziplock baggie and safety pin it to the inside of my shorts/zipper area. But I’m also paranoid and it was completely unnecessary because of no pat-downs. Anything else I didn’t want them to see, I put at the bottom of my camelpak, and piled stuff on top. Open all the zippers and hang the empty camelpak bladder out of the pocket.
Pro tip – if they give you problems with something you're trying to bring in, just agree with them and say you’ll take it back to your campsite. Then just try going through a different line, out of sight from where you first tried.
I never got more than a quick glance, even on Sunday. They’re probably trying to make a quota, and step up their game by the last day. Weekend 2 could be more intense, depending on how much money the local PD is hoping to squeeze out of ticketing people. But overall, security was more interested in confiscating stuff, rather than kicking anyone out. I saw plenty of dead heads and hippies tripping on much harder stuff with nobody harassing them…it seems like in GA, anything goes. Read my “grandstands” section for more on the G2 reserved area I had access to.
CAMERAS – I saw several people with GA passes and DSLR’s with zoom lenses. I was able to get some excellent shots from my grandstands seat, using the empty seats next to me for stability. Put your equipment in the bottom of a bag and cover it with a shirt or something. I used the water bladder pocket of my Camelpak, hung the empty bladder out of the pocket, they never looked past it. There will be security lines with extreme guards that look through everything. Look for lines moving fast with people that have bags, have all your pockets open and you’ll likely pass right through with a quick “just-for-show” search. There are metal detectors, but they weren’t doing pat-downs, so as long as your goodies aren’t hidden in something metal, just keep it in your pants.
WRISTBANDS/SCALPING/SNEAKING – I unfortunately had an extra grandstands ($1000) pass I was unable to sell, due to the ticket fiasco. My girlfriend couldn’t go due to a family medical situation, and the friends I shared an AirBnB with had GA passes. So instead of selling my extra pass to a scalper for ~$200 (one person in my reserved row paid $149, 2 days before the event for the same ticket I paid $1000 for during regular sale) I used it as a place to rest my backpack.
Pro tip - if you’re in a similar situation – don’t tighten the wristband too much. You could easily trade passes with friends. There's no ID checks, and they never scan the barcodes on the lanyards. Lots of methods for those brazen enough to try and sneak into reserved sections.
GRANDSTANDS - Grandstand seating is different, and pretty lame if you’re trying to smoke. Honestly if you’re doing any drugs, I’d recommend doing them privately in the plentiful trailer bathrooms, or just about anywhere in GA that’s not in direct view of posted security. Some will be lax but do not bet on it, there was one young security guard in the middle of the GA standing area that did nothing about all the joints being smoked around him. I see other guards patrolling and confiscating things in busy, better lit areas. Just be vigilant and look around you before lighting up. By Sunday, security was WAY tighter and there seemed to be more security everywhere. The Reserved Standing area is literally swimming with security, not your typical blue shirt guys, but tons of white shirt guys trying to catch anyone sneaking into the reserved floor seating areas.
DROOGS – Like I said in the Security section, keep them in something non-metal. Pro tip - use a Ziplock baggie safety pinned to the inside of your pants zipper. I've never had my crotch grabbed by security, even when they're doing through pat downs.
IMPORTANT BE VERY CAREFUL SMOKING IN THE RESERVED SEATING AREA. Some guys in the row in front of mine had gotten caught smoking and had their stuff confiscated. They assigned extra guards to our section, patrolling constantly. They even placed orange-shirt guys (not security, but they'll narc to security if they see anything) all along our aisle. I did the rest of my smoking in the GA section no problem. There’s PLENTY of open space, even towards the end of the night. Just don’t smoke where there’s lots of foot traffic, as eventually a group of security will pass by and see you. I smoked on the sides, middle, and back of the GA sections without a problem. I stuck to finding a spot along the dividing fences (which were great to use for stability filming & taking photos) and had no problems. In general, GA is where the party’s at.
FERRIS WHEEL - $8 per person, there’s a separate line for tickets and a separate line to get on. I was in a group of 3, which for some reason puts you in a quick line. I guess groups of 2 have their own line that’s usually long.
I advise that you either go on immediately first day (we did Friday at 3pm, there was no line at all) or during a set. We also went a 2nd time at night, during the Who. Long line for parties of 2, no line for our party of 3. For pretty much all things at the festival, there’s always shorter lines when someone is performing. Food/booze/merch, if there’s a song or two you don’t like (pro tip - look up their set lists from W1) that’s plenty of time. Leave during the songs you don’t like, have someone you know post up if you’ve got a good spot. The way the sections are separated, it’s really easier to find your way back to someone.
MERCH – Same rules as Coachella. Seems like more stuff sold out by Saturday than usual, maybe the older crowd buys more merch. Go early if you need something in a popular size. Or just wait for the music to start and the line dies down significantly. I went during the middle of Neil Young, there was ZERO line for merch. The G2 reserved seating merch booth had a limited selection, which was lame. I’m hearing the same for all of the reserved sections, only the main merch booth has everything.
Pics of the whole Merch wall here: http://imgur.com/a/myPw0
I’m sure some of the artists also have the merch available on their own websites. If you don’t want to bother with it at all, here’s Roger Water’s website for example: http://store.roger-waters.com
CAMPGROUNDS – Can’t say too much, I’ve camped all 10 years of attending Coachella. Stayed in an AirBnB for the first time this year and don’t think I can go back to camping. The experience was so much better being rested and clean. From what I saw, they’ve set up the camping center very much the same. Silent Disco dome area, general store, all the same. From the view of the ferris wheel, it looked like Lot 8 is RV’s, car camping is Lot 10 (correct me if I’m wrong). Overall it seemed like camping wasn’t sold out and I’ve heard the showers had very short lines. So compared to Coachella, camping at Desert Trip sounds way better.
VIP PARKING – I used shuttles, but heard VIP parking was clutch. You’ve got a separate exit, which probably makes leaving the festival much more smooth. Shuttles have their own path too, we only had traffic leaving on Friday, but for being 30min away, a 1hr journey back to the agua caliente stop wasn’t bad. Took ~45min on Sat/Sun.
DAY PARKING – From what I’ve heard, just as bad as Coachella. Sure, if you go in real early, getting in won’t be a problem. But leaving is always going to suck. I’d recommend VIP or shuttles, especially if you can grab a cheap shuttle pass on the current aftermarkets. USE THE PARK N RIDE LOCATIONS. So many more busses and quick to get on and leave, compared to what I’ve heard of some smaller stops.
BATHROOMS – SO MUCH BETTER THAN COACHELLA. Seriously, there were bathrooms seemingly everywhere, lots that aren’t listed accurately on the map, and far more air-conditioned trailer bathrooms than port-o-potties. I’ve heard the VIP experience also has good bathrooms, as expected. But I never had to use a port-o-potty even once (there were large sections of them that were largely unused). I’m sure this got worse just before and between sets, but it really felt like they wanted bathrooms to be a non-issue, given the older crowd. The reserved seating areas have their own bathrooms that (in G2) were a bit of a walk to the far corner. However, if you’re willing to walk, even on Sunday I found completely unused, brand-new, freezing cold trailer bathrooms in the back.
STAGE VIEWS – Let’s face it, the GA area for most people is too far back to really see any detail of the actual performers. They did a great job with making the best use of the gigantic screens. Bob Dylan refuses to let them film him on stage, so there’s just vintage footage on screen. But the rest all had unique stage setups and occasionally the massive screen behind them was used as a single, blown-up live shot of the performer. So there are moments where the whole view from the back of GA is truly a spectacle. Roger Waters in particular had by far the best use of the screens and stage. If you’ve seen him before, you’re still in for a treat. Brand-new visuals and really trippy use of surround sound throughout. Unless you’re in the very front of GA standing (which is packed tight) you won’t have a good view of the stage.
Pro tip - Bring binoculars if that’s a major concern, I saw several people with them. Even from my grandstands seat and with a zoom lens, the performers were barely visible in detail. Granted I was in the very back of the grandstands, but still, there is a ton of space in the standing GA area that you can #1 lean on a clean fence for support #2 see the main side screens really well and #3 see most of the huge screen behind the stage. Overall for the amount of people there I’d say they did a great job of making everything accessible and as visible as possible. There are screens in the back of the main bar and by the craft beer barn, so plenty of opportunities to still see everything while you’re grabbing food/drink.
SOUND/ISSUES – This wasn’t a problem by Sunday, but speed of sound and light need to be taken in consideration when it’s such a massive festival. The sync of the video and sound of the music was off somewhat during Friday/Saturday sets. I think they needed to delay the main side screens just enough so that the sound from the front could catch up. This was even worse when I stopped by the craft beer barn, you could hear an echo the delay was so bad. But that screen is the farthest from the live show, so it’s to be expected.
ADDITIONAL TIPS/TRICKS – One thing I haven’t heard many talk about is the WHITE FENCE SEPARATORS! The GA Seated & Standing areas are separated & walled off with ~4ft high white fences. There are additional “traffic lanes” that are also walled off within those different areas. These fences were GREAT to lean against to rest or stand against and watch the show. Even in the middle of the most crowded sets, there were open spots along all of the fences. Just be courteous to the people that have been there likely all day, make sure you’re not blocking anyone’s view by standing there. They were also excellent in being able to find each other after separating. Instead of a big open area trying to communicate which speaker number you’re near, you can meet at a fence corner or somewhere specific and it’s a breeze to get back. This was the biggest thing people were unprepared for, and was also the most helpful – portioned sections. The fence was also big enough to rest a drink on, so being hands-free to dance was great too.
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Comprehensive Guide to Desert Trip Weekend 2

This entire guide (with updates) is available here:
https://musicfestivalguy.com/
Questions, Comments & Feedback are welcome!
EDIT: FOR THE LOVE OF CHRIST BRING A BANDANNA Totally forgot to mention this, bandannas and/or painters masks are REQUIRED if you don't want to cough up black crap for a week. At the very least, put it over your face while you walk out, all the dust kicked up by the herd of people leaving wrecks havoc on your respiratory system. I used one, coughed a little on Monday, back to normal by Tuesday.
EDIT 2: As tayyylooor pointed out, the Northern/Stage Right side of GA is MUCH less dense with people. Everyone stays on the Southern/Stage Left side because it's closer to the exits. Apparently bathrooms are less crowded there too. Take a look at the arial photo posted today: http://imgur.com/a/gs7bV PROOF: You can visibly see the far side of GA (right side looking at the photo, left side if you're facing the stage) is less crowded.
I wanted to go into more detail on my experience, provide some tips and tricks, as well as compile some of the information I’ve read on this subreddit. I’ll add/amend anything I’ve said with your comments, if any of you have additional insight.
I am a 10-year Coachella festival veteran. If you’ve been to Coachella multiple years, you probably don’t need to read all of this - the security is really similar only far more relaxed because of the older crowd. The layout/footprint of the entrance, terrace, and craft beer barn area is the exact same. The map they posted is somewhat accurate for the rest of the footprint.
Here’s a festival map, updated with some unlisted info and tips: http://i.imgur.com/RPQ94uV.png
For those interested, Here’s an album of photos http://imgur.com/a/WmURO
Here’s some GIFs http://imgur.com/a/Taq12
INBOUND SHUTTLES – Always hit or miss depending on the location’s popularity. I would recommend the Park and Ride locations, especially if they’re within a reasonable distance. We used the #10, Agua Caliente Casino line. There were so many busses lined up, we parked at 2, 4:45, and 3:30pm (Fri/Sat/Sun respectively) and arrived at the festival with plenty of time to grab food/beer and a spot before the music started (45min average shuttle travel time, Agua Caliente was only 5min from where we stayed).
SHUTTLES HOME - Each day, we walked quickly towards the shuttles after the 1st or 2nd post-encore song (pro tip – check set lists online for W1, it’ll likely be the same sets). We literally walked onto shuttles and left immediately. There was lots of traffic getting out on Friday (maybe 1hr total travel time back to agua caliente) but as the weekend progressed, the transportation in and out was much more smooth. I’d like to assume they’ll be more on point Weekend 2, but who knows if it’s all the same staff or not.
SECURITY – By all accounts security was super relaxed Friday & Saturday. Metal Detectors and bag inspections, no pat downs. If you stick to the lines moving fast, keep any non-metal goods/party favors in your pocket or shoe, you’re fine. We ran into a little trouble on Sunday, more of the guards on the outskirt lanes were thoroughly searching bags & confiscating any paraphernalia (I didn't see any arrests/ticketing, just confiscation). Just be smart, you can always switch security lanes before getting up there if they’re checking bags. But never give them a reason to check further. I brought in a flask of Jamison, a small camera with extra zoom lens, and plenty of goodies each day. I put my stuff in a Ziplock baggie and safety pin it to the inside of my shorts/zipper area. But I’m also paranoid and it was completely unnecessary because of no pat-downs. Anything else I didn’t want them to see, I put at the bottom of my camelpak, and piled stuff on top. Open all the zippers and hang the empty camelpak bladder out of the pocket.
Pro tip – if they give you problems with something you're trying to bring in, just agree with them and say you’ll take it back to your campsite. Then just try going through a different line, out of sight from where you first tried.
I never got more than a quick glance, even on Sunday. They’re probably trying to make a quota, and step up their game by the last day. Weekend 2 could be more intense, depending on how much money the local PD is hoping to squeeze out of ticketing people. But overall, security was more interested in confiscating stuff, rather than kicking anyone out. I saw plenty of dead heads and hippies tripping on much harder stuff with nobody harassing them…it seems like in GA, anything goes. Read my “grandstands” section for more on the G2 reserved area I had access to.
CAMERAS – I saw several people with GA passes and DSLR’s with zoom lenses. I was able to get some excellent shots from my grandstands seat, using the empty seats next to me for stability. Put your equipment in the bottom of a bag and cover it with a shirt or something. I used the water bladder pocket of my Camelpak, hung the empty bladder out of the pocket, they never looked past it. There will be security lines with extreme guards that look through everything. Look for lines moving fast with people that have bags, have all your pockets open and you’ll likely pass right through with a quick “just-for-show” search. There are metal detectors, but they weren’t doing pat-downs, so as long as your goodies aren’t hidden in something metal, just keep it in your pants.
WRISTBANDS/SCALPING/SNEAKING – I unfortunately had an extra grandstands ($1000) pass I was unable to sell, due to the ticket fiasco. My girlfriend couldn’t go due to a family medical situation, and the friends I shared an AirBnB with had GA passes. So instead of selling my extra pass to a scalper for ~$200 (one person in my reserved row paid $149, 2 days before the event for the same ticket I paid $1000 for during regular sale) I used it as a place to rest my backpack.
Pro tip - if you’re in a similar situation – don’t tighten the wristband too much. You could easily trade passes with friends. There's no ID checks, and they never scan the barcodes on the lanyards. Lots of methods for those brazen enough to try and sneak into reserved sections.
GRANDSTANDS - Grandstand seating is different, and pretty lame if you’re trying to smoke. Honestly if you’re doing any drugs, I’d recommend doing them privately in the plentiful trailer bathrooms, or just about anywhere in GA that’s not in direct view of posted security. Some will be lax but do not bet on it, there was one young security guard in the middle of the GA standing area that did nothing about all the joints being smoked around him. I see other guards patrolling and confiscating things in busy, better lit areas. Just be vigilant and look around you before lighting up. By Sunday, security was WAY tighter and there seemed to be more security everywhere. The Reserved Standing area is literally swimming with security, not your typical blue shirt guys, but tons of white shirt guys trying to catch anyone sneaking into the reserved floor seating areas.
DROOGS – Like I said in the Security section, keep them in something non-metal. Pro tip - use a Ziplock baggie safety pinned to the inside of your pants zipper. I've never had my crotch grabbed by security, even when they're doing through pat downs.
IMPORTANT BE VERY CAREFUL SMOKING IN THE RESERVED SEATING AREA. Some guys in the row in front of mine had gotten caught smoking and had their stuff confiscated. They assigned extra guards to our section, patrolling constantly. They even placed orange-shirt guys (not security, but they'll narc to security if they see anything) all along our aisle. I did the rest of my smoking in the GA section no problem. There’s PLENTY of open space, even towards the end of the night. Just don’t smoke where there’s lots of foot traffic, as eventually a group of security will pass by and see you. I smoked on the sides, middle, and back of the GA sections without a problem. I stuck to finding a spot along the dividing fences (which were great to use for stability filming & taking photos) and had no problems. In general, GA is where the party’s at.
FERRIS WHEEL - $8 per person, there’s a separate line for tickets and a separate line to get on. I was in a group of 3, which for some reason puts you in a quick line. I guess groups of 2 have their own line that’s usually long.
I advise that you either go on immediately first day (we did Friday at 3pm, there was no line at all) or during a set. We also went a 2nd time at night, during the Who. Long line for parties of 2, no line for our party of 3. For pretty much all things at the festival, there’s always shorter lines when someone is performing. Food/booze/merch, if there’s a song or two you don’t like (pro tip - look up their set lists from W1) that’s plenty of time. Leave during the songs you don’t like, have someone you know post up if you’ve got a good spot. The way the sections are separated, it’s really easier to find your way back to someone.
MERCH – Same rules as Coachella. Seems like more stuff sold out by Saturday than usual, maybe the older crowd buys more merch. Go early if you need something in a popular size. Or just wait for the music to start and the line dies down significantly. I went during the middle of Neil Young, there was ZERO line for merch. The G2 reserved seating merch booth had a limited selection, which was lame. I’m hearing the same for all of the reserved sections, only the main merch booth has everything.
Pics of the whole Merch wall here: http://imgur.com/a/myPw0
I’m sure some of the artists also have the merch available on their own websites. If you don’t want to bother with it at all, here’s Roger Water’s website for example: http://store.roger-waters.com
CAMPGROUNDS – Can’t say too much, I’ve camped all 10 years of attending Coachella. Stayed in an AirBnB for the first time this year and don’t think I can go back to camping. The experience was so much better being rested and clean. From what I saw, they’ve set up the camping center very much the same. Silent Disco dome area, general store, all the same. From the view of the ferris wheel, it looked like Lot 8 is RV’s, car camping is Lot 10 (correct me if I’m wrong). Overall it seemed like camping wasn’t sold out and I’ve heard the showers had very short lines. So compared to Coachella, camping at Desert Trip sounds way better.
VIP PARKING – I used shuttles, but heard VIP parking was clutch. You’ve got a separate exit, which probably makes leaving the festival much more smooth. Shuttles have their own path too, we only had traffic leaving on Friday, but for being 30min away, a 1hr journey back to the agua caliente stop wasn’t bad. Took ~45min on Sat/Sun.
DAY PARKING – From what I’ve heard, just as bad as Coachella. Sure, if you go in real early, getting in won’t be a problem. But leaving is always going to suck. I’d recommend VIP or shuttles, especially if you can grab a cheap shuttle pass on the current aftermarkets. USE THE PARK N RIDE LOCATIONS. So many more busses and quick to get on and leave, compared to what I’ve heard of some smaller stops.
BATHROOMS – SO MUCH BETTER THAN COACHELLA. Seriously, there were bathrooms seemingly everywhere, lots that aren’t listed accurately on the map, and far more air-conditioned trailer bathrooms than port-o-potties. I’ve heard the VIP experience also has good bathrooms, as expected. But I never had to use a port-o-potty even once (there were large sections of them that were largely unused). I’m sure this got worse just before and between sets, but it really felt like they wanted bathrooms to be a non-issue, given the older crowd. The reserved seating areas have their own bathrooms that (in G2) were a bit of a walk to the far corner. However, if you’re willing to walk, even on Sunday I found completely unused, brand-new, freezing cold trailer bathrooms in the back.
STAGE VIEWS – Let’s face it, the GA area for most people is too far back to really see any detail of the actual performers. They did a great job with making the best use of the gigantic screens. Bob Dylan refuses to let them film him on stage, so there’s just vintage footage on screen. But the rest all had unique stage setups and occasionally the massive screen behind them was used as a single, blown-up live shot of the performer. So there are moments where the whole view from the back of GA is truly a spectacle. Roger Waters in particular had by far the best use of the screens and stage. If you’ve seen him before, you’re still in for a treat. Brand-new visuals and really trippy use of surround sound throughout. Unless you’re in the very front of GA standing (which is packed tight) you won’t have a good view of the stage.
Pro tip - Bring binoculars if that’s a major concern, I saw several people with them. Even from my grandstands seat and with a zoom lens, the performers were barely visible in detail. Granted I was in the very back of the grandstands, but still, there is a ton of space in the standing GA area that you can #1 lean on a clean fence for support #2 see the main side screens really well and #3 see most of the huge screen behind the stage. Overall for the amount of people there I’d say they did a great job of making everything accessible and as visible as possible. There are screens in the back of the main bar and by the craft beer barn, so plenty of opportunities to still see everything while you’re grabbing food/drink.
SOUND/ISSUES – This wasn’t a problem by Sunday, but speed of sound and light need to be taken in consideration when it’s such a massive festival. The sync of the video and sound of the music was off somewhat during Friday/Saturday sets. I think they needed to delay the main side screens just enough so that the sound from the front could catch up. This was even worse when I stopped by the craft beer barn, you could hear an echo the delay was so bad. But that screen is the farthest from the live show, so it’s to be expected.
ADDITIONAL TIPS/TRICKS – One thing I haven’t heard many talk about is the WHITE FENCE SEPARATORS! The GA Seated & Standing areas are separated & walled off with ~4ft high white fences. There are additional “traffic lanes” that are also walled off within those different areas. These fences were GREAT to lean against to rest or stand against and watch the show. Even in the middle of the most crowded sets, there were open spots along all of the fences. Just be courteous to the people that have been there likely all day, make sure you’re not blocking anyone’s view by standing there. They were also excellent in being able to find each other after separating. Instead of a big open area trying to communicate which speaker number you’re near, you can meet at a fence corner or somewhere specific and it’s a breeze to get back. This was the biggest thing people were unprepared for, and was also the most helpful – portioned sections. The fence was also big enough to rest a drink on, so being hands-free to dance was great too.
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[FIGHT PREVIEWS] Wladimir Klitschko vs Alex Leapai, Shinsuke Yamanaka vs Stephane Jamoye, Denis Lebedev vs Guillermo Jones, Juan Francisco Estrada vs Richie Mepranum, Keith Thurman vs Julio Diaz + more

Wednesday April 23

From Castle Hall, Osaka, Japan
Shinsuke Yamanaka 20(15)-0-2 vs Stephane Jamoye 25(15)-4
12 rounds
WBC bantamweight title
In the bantamweight division, there are 2 choices you have when picking the #1 guy in the division. The wrong answer is Anselmo Moreno, but it is a safe one. The right answer is Shinsuke Yamanaka. Yamanaka is one of the more intelligent fighters out there who can sometimes get off to slow starts before figuring out his opponents and making them pay for the mistakes they showed him in the early rounds. Yamanaka is a diverse puncher who’s held the bantamweight crown for 3 years. The last man to make it the full 12 rounds with Yamanaka was Vic Darchinyan. He was the 1 of the last 14 who didn’t get knocked out. Does Jamoye have a chance? The Belgian probably doesn’t. He’s coming off a majority loss against another guy who had just lost! Jamoye has losses to a young Leo Santa Cruz, Jamie McDonnell, and the talented Kameda brother Tomoki. If Yamanaka loses, though it probably won’t register much on the American radar, but on the Japanese scene it would be about as huge an upset as Mayweather losing to someone like Senchenko.

Kiko Martinez 30(22)-4 vs Hozumi Hasegawa 33(15)-4

12 rounds
IBF super bantamweight title
On paper this is a brilliant match-up and maybe if you got in a time machine it would be a competitive fight, but Hasegawa has been on the rebuild for about 2 years now. He was stopped in the span of a year twice by Jhonny Gonzalez and Fernando Montiel. But a few good wins and with his good name, Hasegawa finds himself in a title match with Kiko Martinez who’s had something of a renaissance in his career. The Sergio Martinez touch has definitely worked as Kiko has recovered brilliantly from his loss to Carl Frampton. He looked sensational against Jhonatan Romero and knocked Jeffrey Mathebula out. Despite the impressive wins, Martinez (in my opinion) might be the weak link at super bantamweight. Guillermo Rigondeaux sits on the throne and there’s no way I see Martinez’s style giving him trouble. A win sets Martinez up for a number of interesting fights. He’s an independent and free to move between networks. He can choose if he wants to go to HBO and make an attempt at Rigondeaux, he can try Showtime and Leo Santa Cruz (which I think is the best option), maybe to Boxnation and another crack at Carl Frampton, or the wild card which is over to Sky with a fight with Eddie Hearn’s Scotty Quigg. I actually prefer the Quigg fight. I just want to know what the WBA would do if their title got unified with the IBF’s. Would they make 2 super champions in the division? (Bet Martinez on this one.)

Takahiro Ao 25(12)-3-1 vs Marco Lopez 23(14)-3

10 rounds
light welterweight division
From Emperors Palace, Kempton Park, Gauteng, South Africa

Martin Murray 26(11)-1-1 vs Ishmael Tetteh 29(16)-10-2

10 rounds
middleweight division
You may be asking yourself the following questions: Wait a second, why is Murray fighting a guy with 10 losses? Isn’t this the same guy that has a legit argument that he beat THE middleweight champion of the world in his hometown? Isn’t this guy good? This fight is in South Africa, seriously? Is that the real emperor’s palace? Does South Africa really still have an emperor? I don’t have answers to all those questions, but let’s retrace Murray’s steps and how he got here. How did he go from nearly beating Sergio Martinez and scoring a fight with Gennady Golovkin… to this. It’s real simple actually. Murray has some… criminal activities on his permanent record (/mr bone voice) and isn’t allowed in certain freedom-loving countries. So that limits places where he can fight. Also, immediately after his fight with Martinez, it seemed he’d go into a fight with Golovkin but visa issues prevented that. He was even supposed to appear on the undercard, but that couldn’t be arranged. So he settles for a fringe opponent (Sergey Khomitsky) on the stacked undercard of Mitchell-El Ouazghari (lol, I can’t even remember who the headliner was that night) and he turned in a real stinker. This fight was just as close as the fight with Martinez. I thought Khomitsky beat him. It was an 8 rounder too.
In Murray’s defense, Khomitsky just upset one of Frank Warren’s prized prospect jewels in major fashion so maybe Khomitsky isn’t as bad as I’m making him out to be. Anyway, the only real notable thing about Tetteh is his nickname which is amazing. Tetteh is otherwise known as Black Roy Jones Jr. That alone should make him a slight favorite.

Thursday April 24

From Agua Caliente Casino, Rancho Mirage, California

Josesito Lopez 31(18)-6 vs Aaron Martinez 19(4)-2-1

10 rounds
light welterweight division
This is a special edition of Friday Night Fights. On Thursday. Lopez, aka The Riverside Rocky, is a sometime welterweight, sometime junior middleweight, always entertaining brawler. I think Lopez is Golden Boy’s version of Mike Alvarado (without the gang affiliation and club brawls.) Lopez can box fine, but his natural instinct is to brawl and at some point it will come out. Lopez’s claims to fame are making Victor Ortiz quit and losing a split decision to Jessie Vargas. Lopez’s last performance against Mike Arnaoutis left lots to be desired, but perhaps it was simply a showing of what’s left in Lopez’s tank. Lopez is 29 and has been in numerous wars with guys far bigger than him. You gotta love that about Lopez. He’s a lightweight who fights at a higher weight class simply because he can. It’s not always competitive, but at least you can understand why. Martinez is 32 out of East LA. He’s not particularly heavy handed and hilariously made it a close fight with Jessie Vargas according to CJ Ross, but not according to the other judges. I expect Lopez to put on a thrilling performance and get himself yet another big fight on Showtime.

Thomas Williams Jr 16(11)-0 vs Enrique Ornelas 34(22)-8

10 rounds
light heavyweight division
A pretty quick turnaround for Williams who was last seen on FNF back in late January. It was a one-round thriller against Cornelius White. Both men hit the deck and Williams showed great composure recovering and knocking his man out. Notable story about Williams is that his dad served over a year back in 05 for throwing a fight. If you want to know a little about Ornelas, know this. Beibut Shumenov shut him out on all three scorecards back in 2012.

Friday April 25

From Dynamo Palace of Sports in Krylatskoye, Moscow, Russia

Denis Lebedev 25(19)-2 vs Guillermo Jones 39(31)-3-2

12 rounds
WBA world cruiserweight title
This is a rematch of their brutal first encounter back in 2013. I believe it was payback for the way Lebedev brutalized Roy Jones a couple of years before. When your eye looks like this the fight has to be stopped. How about a closer look? Smoger would let them keep fighting, but hey, that’s Smoger. Guillermo Jones hasn’t lost in almost 10 years, but at 41, the clock is ticking. He was behind on the cards when the fight with Lebedev was stopped. I don’t see the result of this fight changing. I think Lebedev’s eye will swell up and cause the fight to get stopped yet again. Jones will retain the WBA title and maybe have a lucrative unification with Marco Huck in Germany.

Andrey Klimov 16(8)-1 vs Francisco Contreras 22(17)-4

12 rounds
lightweight division

Saturday April 26

From Koenig Pilsener Arena, Oberhausen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

Wladimir Klitschko 61(51)-3 vs Alex Leapai 30(24)-4-3

12 rounds
IBF heavyweight title
WBO heavyweight title
WBA super world heavyweight title
Lineal heavyweight championship of the world
There are 4 jewels to every divisional crown. Wladimir has 3 while his big brother held the other. With Vitali’s retirement, the jewel was placed up for bid amongst the rest of the competition, but let’s not joke ourselves here. I love Chris Arreola, Bermane Stiverne, Bryant Jennings, and the rest of the gang but the heavyweight champion of the world is Wladimir Klitschko. Wladimir has dominated the division for 8 years and he has seldom lost a round. His opponents include David Haye, Tony “Mrs Thompson is gonna need a wheelchair” Thompson, Alexander Povetkin, Ruslan Chagaev, Fast Eddie Chambers, I can go on and on. Wladimir, once an amateur standout with an Olympic gold medal, made a dramatic transformation early in his career. After getting knocked out, he brought in legendary trainer Emmanuel Steward to do to him what he had done to Lennox Lewis. That is, to teach him to box using his natural assets and to cover up the glaring flaws that made him a vulnerable fighter. What has followed has been one of the most dominating streaks we’ve ever seen in boxing. Leapai has the weight of Australia’s prominence in the world boxing scene on his shoulders (for now until Geale fights again.) Leapai will give up 6 inches of height and reach to Klitschko, but the Samoan won’t give up any in the heart department. Discounting the early career losses, Leapai has made a name for himself as a heavy handed ball of power that some refer to as the Australian Mike Tyson. His 2 more recent fights against world level opposition were his win against Denis Boytsov and his loss to Kevin Johnson. Boytsov was a prospect that some thought could take the reigns from Klitschko when that day came, but alas Leapai made that a fantasy. Johnson actually beat Leapai and even dropped him back in 2012. Johnson hasn’t enjoyed the success Leapai has had since then, but Leapai seems to have learned
How is Leapai going to win? Well if he does win, he’s going to need to figure out a way to get inside. Wladimir is a master at moving his opponents and keeping them where he wants them with a jab. Leapai can’t rely on getting lucky trying to land a big shot. He’s gotta find a way to get past the jab and come inside with something hard. The other thing is when Klitschko grabs onto him when he’s inside, he’s gotta figure out a way to hit him on the way out. I know it might be a little dirty, but you’re not going to beat Klitschko if you play by his rules. Wladimir is one of the most masterful fighters in the game and if he has his way, Leapai will swing at air all night and be smothered by 240 pounds of Ukrainian muscle the rest of the time.

Oleksandr Usyk 2(2)-0 vs Ben Nsafoah 15(8)-9-2

Usyk is a gold medal winner. Good for him.
From Centro Convenciones, Puerto Penasco, Sonora, Mexico

Juan Francisco Estrada 25(18)-2 vs Richie Mepranum 27(6)-3-1

12 rounds
WBA super world flyweight title
WBO flyweight title
If not Akira Yaegashi, I would rank Estrada as the top flyweight in the world. Some may say, wait a minute he fought Roman Gonzalez and lost. Shouldn’t Chocolatito be ranked above him? No. Estrada is a legit flyweight who had vacationed at super flyweight many times before he faced Gonzalez. He fought Gonzalez at junior flyweight and although he lost, Gonzalez was not able to be the destroyer we know him to be in the fight. Following that fight, Estrada went back to flyweight and handily beat Brian Viloria (then considered one of the top flyweights in the world) and won a highly entertaining decision against Milan Melindo. Mepranum, 26 out of the Sarangani Province in the Philippines, isn’t any world beater. This will be the biggest test of his young career.

Hernan Marquez 36(26)-4 vs John Mark Apolinario 17(4)-3-3

10 rounds
super flyweight division
It almost feels like the flyweight division got a little too hot and Marquez decided that his best course of action would be to get the hell out of there. It’s not a bad choice either. Marquez should walk through most of the guys at flyweight if he hasn’t lost anything after the slugfest he lost against Segura last fall. I’d love to see a fight between Marquez and current super flyweight champion Omar Narvaez.
From Oceanview Pavilion, Port Hueneme, California

Saul Rodriguez 12(9)-0-1 vs Miguel Zamudio 29(16)-3-1

8 rounds
super featherweight division

Jose Zepeda 18(16)-0 vs Robert Frankel 32(6)-14-1

8 rounds
lightweight division

Shane Mosley Jr vs Mark Cordova 0-1

4 rounds
middleweight division
The son of a legend make his debut! What are the odds that they someday fight on the same card?
Showtime card previews in the comments
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What's happening around town (Wed, Nov 22nd - Tue, Nov 28th)

Oklahoma City's event list.

Wednesday, Nov 22nd

Thursday, Nov 23rd

  • Carrie Underwood (Lower Bricktown - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • 🎨 Cartoons & Comics: The Early Art of Tom Ryan (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Nov 26th Start Time: 10:00am Acclaimed Western artist Tom Ryan (1922-2011) spoke often about those who inspired him: N.C. Wyeth, Howard Pyle, Frank Reilly, even Rembrandt. Yet sketches from the…
  • CMGT Thursdays Happy Hour! (The Deli - Norman) Start Time: 7:00pm Join us for Country Music Group Therapy every Thursday from 7-9pm with your host Kierston White. You can expect a rotating cast of great singesongwriters from near and…
  • 🎨 Fall Adult Classes | Block II (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 9:00am Taught by local artists, our adult classes offer a vital creative outlet for Oklahoma City residents. Around 700 adults of all ages find creative outlets in ceramics,…
  • Not For Sale: Graffiti Culture in Oklahoma Opening (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Nov 25th Start Time: 9:00am Celebrating Hip Hop Month, Not For Sale: Graffiti Culture in Oklahoma will feature 10 artists who will make the walls of Oklahoma Contemporary’s gallery their canvas.…
  • NRHA Futurity & Adequan Championship Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Dec 2nd The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) is an international equine association that is headquartered in…
  • 🎨 OAG Small Works (1219 Creative - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 8:30am Art 12" and under by members of the Oklahoma Art Guild. Opening reception November 17th 6:00-9:00pm.
  • 🏃 OKC Turkey Tracks 5K (Downtown - Oklahoma City) Bring the whole family and celebrate a holiday tradition with a pre-feast run while supporting our US Marine Corps Toys for Tots Foundation drop off location and…
  • Rising Stars Calf Roping Finals (Lazy E Arena - Guthrie) Thru Sun, Nov 26th Start Time: 8:00am Witness the action as 500 of the most talented young ropers from across the country compete in roping events.…
  • Santa's Wonderland returns (The Shop - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Nov 26th Start Time: 10:00am Santa’s Wonderland returns to Bass Pro Shops and Oklahoma City-area families are invited to enjoy this magical Christmas village offering free photos with Santa and free…
  • 🎨 Showroom | Showcase: Ginna Dowling | Heiroglyphics 2017: The Spirt of our People (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Nov 25th Start Time: 11:00am Oklahoma City native Ginna Dowling will install a visual storytelling. Hieroglyphics 2017: The Spirit of Our People is based on what Dowling calls “contemporary…
  • Turkey Day 5K (Norman High School - Norman) Work up an appetite for a hearty Thanksgiving meal at Norman's annual Turkey Day 5K. Taking off from Main Street,…
  • 🏃 Turkey Day 5K (Pickard Ave. - East of the Norman High School - Norman) Turkey Day 5K is a non profit run held on Thanksgiving Day to benefit long term tornado recovery. All proceeds from this years race will benefit ServeMoore This is family…
  • Turkey Tracks 5K (Oklahoma City) Head to downtown Oklahoma City this Thanksgiving Day and work up a healthy appetite for the big meal at the OKC Turkey…
  • Edmond Turkey Trot (Downtown Edmond Community Center - Edmond) Lace up your running shoes and visit downtown Edmond on Thanksgiving morning for the Turkey Trot. This 5K run and one…
  • 🏃 Edmond Turkey Trot 5k/1 Mile Wobble (Downtown - Edmond) Bring the entire family and race through the 5K Run or breeze through the 1 Mile Wobble. See details and register now at www.edmondturkeytrot.com. All proceeds benefit…
  • 🍴 Whataburger and OKC Thunder Kickoff Event (Whataburger - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Nov 26th Start Time: 3:00pm Beginning Friday, Nov. 3 to Monday, Nov. 27 at 3 p.m., Whataburger and the Oklahoma City Thunder are kicking off a fundraiser for local food banks. Customers who donate at…

Friday, Nov 24th

  • 🎭 4 of a Kind (American Legion Post 12 - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Blue G-League TICKETS (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 2:00pm
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Blue vs. Erie Bayhawks (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 2:00pm Cheer on the OKC Blue as they take on the Erie Bayhawks at the Cox Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City. Get in…
  • 🎨 Cartoons & Comics: The Early Art of Tom Ryan (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Nov 26th Start Time: 10:00am Acclaimed Western artist Tom Ryan (1922-2011) spoke often about those who inspired him: N.C. Wyeth, Howard Pyle, Frank Reilly, even Rembrandt. Yet sketches from the…
  • The Crystal Method (Tower Theatre Studio - Oklahoma City) Thanksgiving weekend, skip the Black Friday crowds and dance off that leftover turkey when electronica pioneers The…
  • Downs Family Christmas Lights (Down's Family Christmas Light Ministry - Norman) Thru Mon, Jan 1st The Downs Family Christmas Lights in Norman is one of the most spectacular light displays at a private residence in…
  • Holiday Pop-Up Shops (Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Dec 23rd Venture over to Midtown in Oklahoma City during the winter holidays, and gaze in wonder at the geodesic dome city…
  • Lucid Mix Series 11-24-17 w/DJs Tony Aco, WeatherPeople, DatatroniX (Paseo - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 9:30pm Lucid is a bi-monthly mix series at Sauced in the Paseo district. Our focus is to bring you the deeper cuts of House, Techno, dnb, Minimal Dubstep/Downtempo and everything…
  • 😂 Mike Stanley (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2
  • North Pole Adventure (Plaza Mayor At The Crossroads - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Dec 24th Experience the thrill of North Pole right in the heart of Oklahoma City. North Pole Adventure is a one-of-a-kind…
  • Not For Sale: Graffiti Culture in Oklahoma Opening (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 9:00am Celebrating Hip Hop Month, Not For Sale: Graffiti Culture in Oklahoma will feature 10 artists who will make the walls of Oklahoma Contemporary’s gallery their canvas.…
  • NRHA Futurity & Adequan Championship Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Dec 2nd The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) is an international equine association that is headquartered in…
  • 🎨 OAG Small Works (1219 Creative - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 8:30am Art 12" and under by members of the Oklahoma Art Guild. Opening reception November 17th 6:00-9:00pm.
  • 😂 OKC Improv (The Paramount OKC - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 7:30pm OKC Improv is Oklahoma's premiere showcase of the best local and regional improvisational comedy and theater! Improvisation, or improv, is a form of live theatre in which…
  • 🏆 Oklahoma Football (Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium - Norman) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 3:30pm Oklahoma Football Tickets. Oklahoma Sooners Schedule. Sooners Tickets.
  • Rising Stars Calf Roping Finals (Lazy E Arena - Guthrie) Thru Sun, Nov 26th Start Time: 8:00am Witness the action as 500 of the most talented young ropers from across the country compete in roping events.…
  • The Romantics (Riverwind Casino - Norman) The Romantics have been churning out hits since the 1980s, with popular tracks like "What I Like About You"…
  • Santa's Wonderland returns (The Shop - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Nov 26th Start Time: 10:00am Santa’s Wonderland returns to Bass Pro Shops and Oklahoma City-area families are invited to enjoy this magical Christmas village offering free photos with Santa and free…
  • 🎨 Showroom | Showcase: Ginna Dowling | Heiroglyphics 2017: The Spirt of our People (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 11:00am Oklahoma City native Ginna Dowling will install a visual storytelling. Hieroglyphics 2017: The Spirit of Our People is based on what Dowling calls “contemporary…
  • Tank & Leela James: SAVAGE X THE SOUL TOUR (The Criterion - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • A Territorial Christmas Carol (Guthrie Chamber of Commerce - Guthrie) Thru Sat, Dec 23rd The Pollard Theatre presents: A Territorial Christmas Carol mixes the classic tale of redemption and brotherly love in…
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Detroit Pistons (Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm Experience the thrill of fast-paced pro basketball as the Oklahoma City Thunder take on the Detroit Pistons. Wear your…
  • 🍴 Whataburger and OKC Thunder Kickoff Event (Whataburger - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Nov 26th Start Time: 3:00pm Beginning Friday, Nov. 3 to Monday, Nov. 27 at 3 p.m., Whataburger and the Oklahoma City Thunder are kicking off a fundraiser for local food banks. Customers who donate at…

Saturday, Nov 25th

  • Backwoods Country Music Show (The Centre Theatre - El Reno) Start Time: 7:30pm Come to the historic Centre Theatre in downtown El Reno to experience the Backwoods Country Music Show. Featuring…
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Blue G-League TICKETS (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 2:00pm
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Blue vs. Agua Caliente Clippers (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm Cheer on the OKC Blue as they take on the Agua Caliente Clippers at the Cox Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City.…
  • 🎨 Cartoons & Comics: The Early Art of Tom Ryan (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 10:00am Acclaimed Western artist Tom Ryan (1922-2011) spoke often about those who inspired him: N.C. Wyeth, Howard Pyle, Frank Reilly, even Rembrandt. Yet sketches from the…
  • 🏆 Central OK: University of Central Oklahoma Men's Basketball vs Oklahoma Baptist (Edmond) Start Time: 3:30pm University of Central Oklahoma Men's Basketball vs Oklahoma Baptist http://www.bronchosports.com/calendar.aspx?id=5769
  • Deep Deuce Sessions (Deep Deuce - Oklahoma City) On stages across the Deep Deuce neighborhood every last Saturday of the month, OkSessions is working with venues and artist to bring you a new live music artwalk. Our…
  • Deluxe Winter Market (Leadership Square - Oklahoma City) Deluxe Winter Market is a one-of-a-kind shopping experience in Oklahoma City. This craft market features wares from more…
  • Downs Family Christmas Lights (Down's Family Christmas Light Ministry - Norman) Thru Mon, Jan 1st The Downs Family Christmas Lights in Norman is one of the most spectacular light displays at a private residence in…
  • 🎨 Fall Signature Tour (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 1:00pm 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Meets at Canyon Princess (cougar sculpture in West Hallway) From Remington and Russell to Native American works, see some of the finest Western art in…
  • 🎓 Free Device Workshop (US Cellular - Midwest City) Start Time: 9:00am November is the start of a very busy season for many. With family visiting for Thanksgiving, football in full swing, Black Friday shopping and frequent traveling, it is…
  • 🎓 Free Device Workshop (U.S. Cellular - Moore) Start Time: 9:00am November is the start of a very busy season for many. With family visiting for Thanksgiving, football in full swing, Black Friday shopping and frequent traveling, it is…
  • 🎓 Free Device Workshop (U.S. Cellular - Norman) Start Time: 9:00am November is the start of a very busy season for many. With family visiting for Thanksgiving, football in full swing, Black Friday shopping and frequent traveling, it is…
  • 🎓 Free Device Workshop (U.S. Cellular - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 9:00am November is the start of a very busy season for many. With family visiting for Thanksgiving, football in full swing, Black Friday shopping and frequent traveling, it is…
  • 🏆 FREE Learn To Skate Lesson (Skate Galaxy - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 12:00pm FREE Learn to Skate Lesson Every Saturday from 12:00pm-12:45pm! The lesson is free and no sign up required! Don't have a pair of skates? No problem! Rentals start at $2! …
  • Holiday Pop-Up Shops (Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Dec 23rd Venture over to Midtown in Oklahoma City during the winter holidays, and gaze in wonder at the geodesic dome city…
  • Insure it Forward (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 10:00am Here about your insurance options during open enrollment time. Come prepared to have all your questions answered Talk around guthrie where nobody gets deleted Guthrie…
  • Keep it Local OK: Small Business Saturday: Ice Cream + Gelato On Us. (Plaza District - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 12:00pm
  • Live Music- Amante (Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:30pm
  • 😂 Mike Stanley (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2
  • My So Called Band (Tower Theatre Studio - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00pm Tickets available at the door!
  • North Pole Adventure (Plaza Mayor At The Crossroads - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Dec 24th Experience the thrill of North Pole right in the heart of Oklahoma City. North Pole Adventure is a one-of-a-kind…
  • NO SHOW - Thanksgiving Weekend (Rodeo Opry - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • Not For Sale: Graffiti Culture in Oklahoma Opening (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 9:00am Celebrating Hip Hop Month, Not For Sale: Graffiti Culture in Oklahoma will feature 10 artists who will make the walls of Oklahoma Contemporary’s gallery their canvas.…
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[WEEKEND RECAP] Wladimir Klitschko vs Alex Leapai, Shinsuke Yamanaka vs Stephane Jamoye, Juan Francisco Estrada vs Richie Mepranum, Keith Thurman vs Julio Diaz + more

Note: Guillermo Jones vs Denis Lebedev was cancelled because Jones tested positive for using a banned diuretic. Again. Also, I apologize for the short and even incomplete recaps. I'm coming up with something new that I will post tonight.
Wednesday April 23
From Castle Hall, Osaka, Japan

Shinksuke Yamanaka retains the WBC bantamweight title stopping Stephane Jamoye in 9

Yamanaka started slow as always. That’s not to say that he got blown out early, but he was effective at taking mental pictures while keeping Jamoye from doing any real damage or scoring. It all came to fruition midway through the 2nd when a beautiful straight left like a freight train blasted Jamoye to the ropes. From there on, Yamanka continued to find the openings for his left hand. When the 8th round came along, Jamoye was clearly behind on the cards and turned up the heat on Yamanka. It was a bad idea. Yamanaka timed him with hard lefts, dropping him twice. A devastating straight left to the body finished Jamoye off in the 9th round.

Kiko Martinez retained the IBF super bantamweight title stopping Hozumi Hasegawa in 7

From Emperors Palace, Kempton Park, Gauteng, South Africa

Martin Murray stopped Ishmael Tetteh in 6

Thursday April 24

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Josesito Lopez stopped Aaron Martinez in 5 rounds

Thomas Williams Jr knocked out Enrique Ornelas in 3

Saturday April 26

From Koenig Pilsener Arena, Oberhausen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

Wladimir Klitschko retained the IBF, WBO, WBA, IBO, and lineal heavyweight title by stopping Alex Leapai in 5 rounds

Wladimir Klitschko put on yet another performance that was so dominant, it was boring. Klitschko used his jab beautifully to keep shorter Alex Leapai from even touching him with a glove. When Leapai tried to come forward, Klitschko smothered him and crushed his hopes of even landing a punch on Klitschko’s chin. The end came in the 5th when a left hook and straight right hand launched Leapai to the ground. There would be no getting up for him after that.
Where does this leave Klitschko? It appears the heavyweight division is heating up, but that’s just an illusion if you ask me. Klitschko remains to be the only one playing in the majors in the heavyweight division while all the rest work out who’s the best in double A ball (if you get the reference.) Klitschko is a league above his next closest competition. I suppose a summer fight with Kubrat Pulev is in line, but I wonder if his handlers want to push the Bulgarian so fast. His best win to date is a unanimous decision over Tony Thompson. His amateur career is deep, but Pulev (in my opinion) lacks the power and guile to give Klitschko any problems. The talks of Klitschko facing the winner of Stiverne and Arreola is a nice idea, but based on what I’ve seen from both, it’s simply going to be a way for Klitschko to become the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world. I’m fine with that. Prospects like Wilder and Fury are still far away, though Fury is getting closer. All I know is that Klitschko remains dominant and I don’t see it ending anytime soon.

Joseph Parker stopped Marcel Luiz Nascimento in 7

Oleksandr Usyk stopped Ben Nsafoah in 3

Roman Belaev won a UD over Fouad El Massoudi

This is a guy you want to watch. He’s 23 and I see something special in him.
From Centro Convenciones, Puerto Penasco, Sonora, Mexico

Juan Francisco Estrada retained the WBA super world and WBO flyweight title stopping Richie Mepranum in 9 rounds

The unfortunate thing for every Filipino fighter who is southpaw is they will fight in the shadow of Manny Pacquiao. Mepranum was no exception. He was thoroughly beat going into the 9th. He did some things nicely, but ultimately it was clear he was looking for a way to get his left in. Estrada showed why he’s one of the top rated flyweights in the world. He punched nicely in combination and took away a lot of Mepranum’s weapons. A big straight right hand from Estrada prompted the referee to step in and called off the contest.

Hernan Marquez won a unanimous decision over John Mark Apolinario

From Oceanview Pavilion, Port Hueneme, California

Saul Rodriguez knocked out Miguel Zamudio in 4

Jose Zepeda won a unanimous decision over Robert Frankel

Erick de Leon stopped Jose Gomez the first round

Trevor McCumby knocked out Rafael Valenzuela in the first round

Shane Mosley Jr knocked out Mark Cordova in one round

From StubHub Center, Carson, California

Keith Thurman stopped Julio Diaz in 3 rounds

Diaz would not come out out of his corner after the 3rd round. They said it was a rib injury and I don’t doubt it. Thurman wrecked him with a body shot that forced Diaz to take a knee in the 2nd. We didn’t learn too much from this fight. Thurman is still a terrific prospect, but at this point, our visions of what he can be far outweigh what we actually do see. If the rumors of Thurman vs Porter are true, we are in for an all-time classic as well as a gut check for both guys.

Lucas Matthysse knocked out John Molina in 11

Matthysse got off to a slow start and found himself on the canvas twice before he completely took over the fight and battered Molina. After the 5th round, Molina was able to hit Matthysse with his best punches and Matthysse proved why his nickname is The Machine. Matthysse may have come out cold, or maybe he was thinking too much with adjustments his new corner brought to camp, or maybe Molina’s power was underestimated. Whatever the case, Matthysse gave us all a scare, but in the end we have the same old Machine and that’s bad news for the junior welterweight division.

Omar Figueroa retained his WBC lightweight title by split decision over Jerry Belmontes

Belmontes gave this fight away. I didn’t score it, but I thought he’d done enough to win at least 5 rounds clearly. After the 3rd round, I knew we had a split decision coming if they were both standing at the end. Figueroa failed to use his jab effectively or use feints, making it real easy for Belmontes to slip his punches and tie him up. It also seemed that Figueroa feels more comfortable fighting on the inside, but Belmotes was just as good at him on the inside, and he was definitely better defensively. In all, this was a tough fight, but an interesting one that I wouldn’t mind seeing a rematch for. I think Belmontes can take it if he can be consistent on offense.

Jermall Charlo stopped Hector Munoz in 4 rounds

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