Explore Tulsa Festivals & Events
Outdoor events for the whole family
There’s always something to celebrate in Tulsa. The International Mayfest kicks off summer with musical performances, local artisan booths, an art gallery, and a place just for children’s creativity. A few weeks later, the Blue Dome Arts Festival energizes Tulsa’s historic district with more than 150 visual artists and craftspeople selling their wares. In September, get a taste of the Old World at the Tulsa Greek Holiday, a city tradition for more than 50 years. Next, see bull riding and championship fiddling at the uniquely American Tulsa State Fair. Tulsa’s family-friendly Oktoberfest brings festival season to a close – until Utica’s Square magnificent Lights On! Christmas festival.
Main Street starting on 3rd Street and going past 6th, (and surrounding streets), Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74136
This four-day arts festival features five indoor art galleries and more than 75 performances on three entertainment stages.
4145 East 21st Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74114
The Tulsa State Fair is Oklahoma’s premier family event, preserving the state’s heritage and continuing its tradition by creating an enriching educational experience, while providing fun family entertainment.
River West Festival Park 2100 South Jackson Ave, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74107
Enjoy arts and crafts exhibits, Bavarian-style entertainment, high-energy German bands and authentic beer imported from Munich.
Blue Dome District 2nd Street and Elgin (and surrounding streets), Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74120
Promoting local artists, the Blue Dome Arts Festival features paintings, prints, pottery, jewelry, carvings, home-brewed beer, and live music.