Bloomsday Pub Crawl

"Dubliners" for a day.

A pub crawl celebrating James Joyce? We're in. Bokic Bojan / Shutterstock.com

A pub crawl celebrating James Joyce? We’re in. Bokic Bojan / Shutterstock.com

Monday, June 16, 6:30 p.m.

Tulsa joins the universal celebration known as Bloomsday with an evening of music, reading and imbibing around the Brady Arts District. The Bloomsday Pub Crawl is Tulsa’s toast to author James Joyce and his seminal novel Ulysses, the subject of a new art exhibition at the Zarrow Center for Arts and Education, 124 E. Brady St. The band Finnegans Awake starts the event with music at 6:30 p.m. Monday, June 16, on the Guthrie Green stage, 111 E. Brady St. Fans of Ulysses and its protagonist – Leopold Bloom – can see the exhibit and stop in neighborhood restaurants and bars, many of which will hold readings from the book and offer bites and beverages inspired by the novel. Join in the fun to discover why Joyce and Ulysses is still considered one of the great works of all time. For more, visit www.guthriegreen.com.

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