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Two casinos’ events worth checking in Currentland in September
There are many casinos in our area that have entertainment worth checking out, but we were quite excited about September’s line-up at Downstream and River Spirit in Tulsa for September. It’s worth noting that both of these concerts are early in the month, so time is of the essence.
Doin’ it at Downstream
Ever feel like you need to get out of Oklahoma once in a while for a good time? Well the Downstream Casino ain’t quite outta state, but it’s outta sight if you’re into catching some live music action. And it’s just a stone’s throw from Missouri, where they sell whiskey at Wal-Mart seven days a week.
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