Celebrate Bedlam at KingsPointe

Join KingsPointe Village for a weekend of fun and football rivalry on December 6 and 7.

By: Christopher Davis | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: December 2013

A house divided: Kelley Chilcoat, Kasey Davis, Sharon King and Kalen Davis.

A house divided: Kelley Chilcoat, Kasey Davis, Sharon King and Kalen Davis.

What do you get when you take 100,000 square feet of retail space, set up big screens on the patio, live stream two famous football coaches and douse it all with orange and crimson? You get KingsPointe Village during Bedlam weekend!

    Over the first weekend in December, join Hideaway Pizza and KingsPointe Village for a special Bedlam ­celebration, featuring ­sidewalk sales and a live broadcast of both the OU-OSU football game and “Coach’s Cabana” with Pat Jones and Barry Switzer.

    KingsPointe Village is one of the most popular shopping centers in Tulsa. Owned and operated by the King Davis family, these Tulsa natives have developed the land from an old airstrip at 61st and Yale to the retail hub it is today. One key to their success has been their ability to engage the public in a way that few retail centers do. Summer concerts and special Okla-centric ­promotions are routine at KingsPointe Village.

    And what speaks to Oklahomans better than the Bedlam series? Whenever OU and OSU clash, you can count on houses, workplaces and schools to be divided into armies of orange and crimson – if only temporarily. For the upcoming game on December 7, count on KingsPointe Village ­restaurants and shops to join in the rivalry.

    Friday and Saturday, businesses at KingsPointe Village will be celebrating Bedlam weekend with special promotions, ­discounts and festive OU and OSU themed decorations. Look for staff dressed up to support their favorite team, as well as sidewalk sales, ­giveaways and some new storefronts.

    On Saturday, Hideaway Pizza will serve as the ­epicenter for the epic battle between the OU and OSU football teams. “Coach’s Cabana” will be streamed live from Hideaway Pizza during the game. Pat Jones (former OSU coach) and Barry Switzer (former OU coach) are scheduled to provide ­real-time color commentary and interactive discussion.

    The fun and buzz will not be relegated to the inside of Hideaway Pizza, though. “We will have big screens set up outside on our covered patio,” says Janie Harris, Marketing & Guest Relations for Hideaway Pizza. Customers are encouraged to dress up and celebrate in the lot at KingsPointe Village.

    If pizza just isn’t your thing, KingsPointe Village boasts several more dining options. Camille’s Sidewalk Café will also be joining in the festivities, as will Dickey’s BBQ, Subway, Pei Wei Asian Diner and McGill’s.

    Keep an eye out for new neighbors who will be ­opening soon. Zen Body Yoga Studio will help ­attendees of all skill levels ­­de-stress and learn the art of yoga. Rug Fashion Store, ­specializing in rugs and home accessories, is sure to have that piece that will really tie the room together for the holidays. The Painted Lyon, a paint and sip studio, provides the perfect outlet for your inner artist.

    With so much going on at KingsPointe Village over Bedlam weekend, there is no reason to celebrate and shop elsewhere. Whether you are rooting for OU or OSU, you will be welcomed by over 30 restaurants and retailers ready to celebrate the rivalry and help you prepare for the ­holiday season.

For more information, contact

KingsPointe Village

61st & YaleTulsa, OK 74135(918) 496-2865www.kpvtulsa.com  

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About Author Christopher Davis

Christopher Davis is an educator and musician, as well as a writer. A California native, he resides in Tulsa with his wife, two sons and a modest menagerie of pets. When he isn't inspiring young minds, you will most likely find him spending time with his family or playing drums and percussion with Project Huckleberry or the Movetet. In addition to Value News, Davis also writes for Currentland. You can view his work at https://seedavis.wordpress.com.

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