Everything listed under: WinStar World Casino

  • Shout-out from Richard Marx

    Richard Marx received so much love from fans at his Jan. 7 show at WinStar World Casino, he had to share some of that love right back.  And we're glad — and flattered — that he did.

  • Elvis!

    Have you heard the news?  There’s good rockin’ today. Elvis has just entered the building. Seriously, folks.  Check out Elvis tribute artist Kraig Parker at 3 p.m.

  • Peter Cetera & Richard Marx: Hard Habits to Break

    Does Peter Cetera age?  We’re fairly certain that the former Chicago front man was belting out FM-radio classics like “If You Leave Me Now“ back in the mid-1970s, but take one look at this guy: it seems clear he hasn’t aged one bit. And neither have his love ballads. Find out for yourself Saturday evening.

  • Holiday Punch

    Hey, we love the holidays as much as anyone, but the Christmas spirit doesn’t mean we can’t also revel in a night at the fights.  The Red River Rumble Boxing Series continues tonight with its fourth round of bouts at WinStar World Casino. The action begins at 7 p.m. The main event pits Carlos Valcarcel (12-3-4, 5 KOs) of San Juan, Puerto Rico, against Dallas native Roberto Marroquin (20-1, 14 KOs).  It’s a great chance to see two outstanding featherweights do their stuff, especially Ma...

  • Thankful for Ryan Bingham

    Ragged, raw and unflinchingly honest, the music of Ryan Bingham & the Dead Horses hits WinStar World Casino for what promises to be a wallop of a show on Friday. It’s the perfect antidote to wake you from that turkey coma and mind-numbing day of Black Friday shopping. The Texas native’s gritty vocals and world-weary songs belie a hardscrabble past that transcends his 30 years.

  • Happy Feelin’s with Frankie Beverly and Maze

    Get ready for some silky smooth grooves to spread throughout a large swath of southern Oklahoma and northern Texas this weekend. Among the top R&B acts to emerge from the 1970s and ‘80s, Frankie Beverly and Maze, perform Friday night at the Global Event Center of WinStar World Casino. Led by Philadelphia-born Beverly, the band was named Raw Soul when it left the City of Brotherly Love in the early ‘70s for the music scene in San Francisco.

  • You Can't Fix Stupid, but You Can See Ron White on Stage

    Tater Salad.  ‘Nuff said The cigar-chewing, Scotch-swigging and thoroughly hilarious Ron White brings the comedy to WinStar World Casino’s Global Event Center for a sold-out show Saturday night. Jokes.com Ron White - Vegetarians comedians.comedycentral.com

  • A Secret Agent Man Comes to WinStar

    Talk about nerve. Here we are in November, the cusp of cold and flu season, and WinStar World Casino is willing to risk exposing people to the Rockin’ Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu. Tsk, tsk.  Symptoms include a quickening pulse, swaying head, shaking hips and overall feeling of euphoria.

  • Willie Nelson's Always on Our Mind

    What’s there to say about Willie Nelson that hasn’t already been said? The man is a bona fide icon, a troubadour for the ages, a superstar.  Heck, even his tour bus is the stuff of legend – but that’s all we’ll say about that. And the bona fide icon comes to WinStar World Casino for a performance Friday night that includes special guest Jakob Dylan.

  • Get Your Irish On: Celtic Thunder

    If you haven’t seen Celtic Thunder live, trust us, you need to have it on your bucket list. And then you can promptly mark it off, because the group is coming to WinStar World Casino for a Friday night performance. The show starts at 9 p.m.

  • Feel that Fire? It’s Dierks Bentley

    In Nashville’s world of windswept anthems and arena-friendly ballads, Dierks Bentley is something of a unique throwback. The Arizona native summons the barnburner spirit of Waylon Jennings and Merle Haggard without losing a modern country sensibility. In short, the guy is the real thing.

  • Red River Rumble!

    Are you ready to Red River Rumble?  World-class boxing action comes to WinStar World Casino Saturday with a 10-round main event that pits super welterweight Vanes “Nightmare” Martirosyan against Richard “El Toro” Gutierrez. They don’t come much tougher than Martirosyan. The 25-year-old son of Armenian immigrants boasts a 30-0 record -- 19 of those wins by way of KO -- and is ranked #1 in the WBC, #2 in the WBO and #11 in the IBF.

  • Heavy-Duty Funny: Gabriel Iglesias

    The Fluffy Guy himself, Gabriel Iglesias, takes the stage at WinStar World Casino Saturday night for what promises to be a night of some pretty heavy funniness. Jokes.com Gabriel Iglesias- The Sixth Level of Fat comedians.comedycentral.com Gabriel Iglesias Stand-Up Revolution Stand-Up

  • When Kryptonite Is Good for You: 3 Doors Down Coming

    Do you like rock ‘n’ roll? The kind that can make plaster shake off walls and set up camp inside your head for weeks? If so – and count us in that category – then take heed, friends: 3 Doors Down plays WinStar World Casino’s Global Event Center Friday night.

  • Why Wait? Rascal Flatts Is Coming Sunday

    Is there anything Rascal Flatts can’t do? The country sensation has sold more than 20 million records and 25 million digital downloads worldwide while earning a whopping 13 No. 1 singles.

  • "Say Hello to My Little Friend!"

    He might just be the greatest American actor of his generation. There’s certainly no disputing the man is at least in the running, the only winner of the triple crown of acting -- Oscar, Tony and Emmy -- and a world-class superstar who has given us some of the most vivid and memorable characters of our time. Al Pacino.  He’s coming to WinStar World Casino at 9 p.m.

  • Weezer Brings the Geek Rock

    One of the great things about Weezer -- one of the many great things about this band coming to WinStar World Casino at 8 p.m. Saturday -- is that they produce rock ‘n’ roll to tame the inner geek inside so many of us. You know the inner geek, that pimply faced kid who immersed himself in comic books as a kid, dreaded being picked last for soccer and pined for pretty high school girls he never had the courage to approach.

  • Baby, I Need The Four Tops

    “Reach Out I’ll Be There,” “I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch,” “Baby, I Need Your Loving,” “It’s the Same Old Song,” “Bernadette” – the hit songs of The Four Tops aren’t just hallmarks of great R&B. They are R&B itself, timeless music that reverberates with joy, yearning and passion. And the immortal Motown quartet takes the stage at WinStar World Casino at 3 p.m.

  • Dana Carvey Is Coming to Pump You Up!

    Could it be … Satan? Nope, not even close. It’s Dana Carvey.

  • Come to Her Window

    Known for straightforward, full-throttled music that crawls into your gut and sets up camp, Melissa Etheridge is one of today’s strongest troubadours of rock ‘n’ roll. She comes to WinStar World Casino’s Global Event Center for an 8 p.m. show on Saturday, Oct.

  • The Little Ol' Band from Texas

    If you happen to find yourself overtaken by some red-hot blues boogie today, don’t panic. Chances are you’re having a purely normal reaction to ZZ Top. The Little Ol’ Band from Texas takes the stage at WinStar World Casino tonight (Saturday) for a sold-out show.

  • Stop! In the Name of Ross

    A living legend will be at WinStar World Casino this weekend and we don’t mean that second cousin of yours who can belt out “Jingle Bells” on a spoon and turkey bone.  No, we mean a bona fide superstar: Diana Ross, the Queen of Motown herself, who takes the stage of the Global Event Center at 9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23.