So are you looking for a little something different to do in Amarillo for the weekend. You've already wore yourself out at Splash and you have helped Wonderland celebrate their 60th birthday. It seems that it is just to hot to hang out at the park so what do you do? Here are a few different ideas on what to do this weekend in Amarillo.

  • Oklahoma!

    Civic Amarillo/Amarillo Opera Summer Youth Musical

    Join this awesome group of kids for this live production of the Rogers and Hammerstein's Classic Oklahoma at the Globe News Theater for the Performing Arts! Enjoy their version of Oklahoma! and sing along to all your favorites.

    Performances this weekend:

    Friday, 7:30pm Saturday,


    Sunday, 2:30p

    Tickets available at Panhandle Ticket Outlets.

  • Amarillo Sox Baseball Game

    Get out and support Amarillo's Newest baseball team, the Amarillo Sox. They have a new mascot, after making national news/blogs with their not so family friendly mascot. Come see them in action all weekend at the Amarillo National Bank Sox Stadium.

    Friday 7:05p

    Saturday 7:05p

    Sunday 6:05p

  • Texas Musical Drama

    If it has been awhile since you have see Texas or maybe you have never made it out to the musical drama in Palo Duro Canyon, then take the time to enjoy this production this weekend. Family Packages are available that include tickets, backstage tour and dinner for four here.  Regular tickets are also available.

    Show starts at 8:30pm

  • Rt. 66 Roller Derby

    You just thought skating was a thing of the past. The Rt. 66 Roller Derby has taken skating to an extreme. Come watch these girls battle it out on the track.  Have no fear, these girls know how to throw and take an elbow.

    Saturday, 7:30pm Amarillo Civic Center North Exhibit Hall

    Get your tickets here.

  • Big Texan

    I know, I know, this sounds strange to suggest the Big Texan. However, it is amazing how many times I hear locals say, I have never been to the Big Texan and I have lived here all my life. If you haven't, go try it out. Now, I didn't mean jump in and order the 72oz steak, it's HUGE, but go have lunch or dinner and enjoy the ambiance of our local nationally known tourist attraction.

    Plus here's a list of things you can do at the Big Texan.