The Brush Creek Bazaar has been going on for nearly 4 decades at The Barn in Tulsa. It is a country setting within the city limits of Tulsa with more than 80 craftsmen and vendors, you will have the opportunity to experience an old-time county fair.
The Center of the Universe Festival is a two-day, music and arts experience in July. The event features more than 100 bands on multiple outdoor stages, a street market of local and regional displaying and selling, their work, and choose from the many restaurants, bars and clubs in the Brady District or walk up to numerous food trucks and other vendors.
Enjoy evening balloon glows, tethered balloon rides, vendors, live horse racing, games and more during the Gatesway Balloon Festival at Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs in September.
Since Tulsa is regarded as the heart of Indian Country, it's only natural that the capital city is home to the largest Indian Arts Festival in the world. At the Greater Tulsa Indian Arts Festival, visitors can view and shop for authentic art, watch cultural demonstrations, explore educational exhibits, hear traditional Native American storytelling, taste authentic American Indian food and more.
Enjoy four days of fun at the yearly Linde Oktoberfest in Tulsa. Shop for arts and crafts, participate in the Bier Barrel Race, listen to live music, eat German food – and, of course, sip on your favorite beers and discover some new ones at this festival.
Celebrate springtime – or just use it as an excuse for another fantastic outdoor festival in Tulsa. At Mayfest, you never know who will take the stage...past performers have included Sammy Davis Jr., Three Dog Night, and Blood, Sweat, & Tears. Chow down on corn dogs, view arts and crafts, and enjoy the carnival atmosphere and kidzone.
Opa! If it's September, it's time to celebrate everything Greek, from dance to drink to food. At the annual Greek Holiday Festival sponsored by the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, you'll swear you're on vacay at the Greek Isles.
It's when brisk weather meets the toil and sweat of a year spent raising animals, crafting woodworking projects and perfecting that recipe for the perfect cherry pie. If it's September, then it's time for the annual Tulsa State Fair. Livestock shows, horse shows, the Junior Livestock Auction, cotton candy, the Tilt-A-Whirl ... Relive your childhood or create new memories for the next generation.
If you love summertime and live music outdoors, then Summer's Fifth Night is the perfect festival for you. Break out the lawn chairs and your dancing shoes: The free celebration takes place every Thursday at Utica Square. Bring a picnic basket, dine in one of the local restaurants and get ready to boogie. The guest bands play classic rock, R&B, country and more.