List Of Festivals And Events In Tulsa, Oklahoma
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This is a list of festivals and events in the U.S. state of Tulsa, Oklahoma:

Cultural

  • Black Buggy Day - September, just east of Tulsa in Choteau
  • Brookside ARTZZ - Peoria in September 23; jazz and art
  • ChristKindlMarkt
  • Conestoga - literary science fiction and fantasy convention held every July
  • Festival Hispano - September
  • Greek Holiday Festival
  • Green Country Eco-Expo & One Love Music Fest
  • Harvest Moon Festival - arts, crafts, gifts, and food; October
  • I AM Yoga, Art + Music Festival - September
  • Jenks Art On Main - October
  • Oklahoma Chautauqua - historical tourism; free to the public; held each June on the campus of OSU-Tulsa
  • Oklahoma Indian Summer Festival - September, just north of Tulsa in Bartlesville
  • Pow-wow of Champions
  • SCOTFEST - third weekend of every September
  • ShalomFest
  • Tokyo in Tulsa - anime convention held every July
  • Tulsa Oktoberfest
  • Tulsa Pride Festival
  • Utsav India Fest - September, at the Pavilion at Expo Square

Film

  • BareBones International Independent Film and Music Festival
  • Tulsa Overground Film and Music Festival
  • Tulsa United Film Festival

Music

  • Backwoods Bash Music and Camping Festival - Stroud, Oklahoma, halfway between Tulsa and Oklahoma City
  • Bluegrass and Chili Festival
  • Brookside ARTZZ - Peoria; September; jazz and art
  • CrawFest - held annually on the Saturday following Mothers' Day in May; Cajun cuisine and music
  • Diversafest Music Conference & Festival (now defunct)
  • EvoFest Music, Crafts, and Sustainability Festival - May
  • Fall Fest - Flyin' W Ranch in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma; second weekend in November
  • Free Tulsa Music Festival - outdoor music event in Downtown Tulsa
  • Hound Dog Blues Festival - in west Tulsa's Chandler Park, in September
  • Jazz on Greenwood Festival
  • Juneteenth Blues and Jazz Festival
  • Reggaefest Green Country Eco-Expo & One Love Music Fest - July, at Jenks Riverwalk Crossing
  • Rock n' Rib Festival - hosted by the BOK Center; September
  • Wunderfest - multiple stages for music; arts; food; August; River West Festival Park in Tulsa

Seasonal

  • Blue Dome Arts Festival - May
  • Castle Christmas - at the Castle of Muskogee; features over 2000 holiday inflatables; open Thanksgiving through New Year's Eve, 6pm-10pm
  • ChristKindlMarkt - first weekend in December
  • Christmas light display - Rhema Bible Church in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, featuring over a million lights and props
  • During Tulsa Summers
  • Fall Fest at the Flyin' W Ranch in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma - second weekend in November
  • Gay Pride - in June, sponsored by Oklahomans for Equality
  • Halloween Festival - at the Castle of Muskogee; every Friday and Saturday in October
  • MayFest - May
  • Oklahoma Renaissance Festival - at the Castle of Muskogee; every weekend in May
  • Oktoberfest - October
  • PSO Christmas Parade of Lights
  • Psycho Path Haunted Attraction - 40 acres; Dark Ride; Shadow Box
  • Wunderfest Wunderfest - annual music, arts and food festival in August
  • Tulsa State Fair - end of September

Food

Many of the cultural and seasonal events feature a variety of specialty foods, such as ethnic foods of German and Scottish origin.

  • Art of BBQ - downtown Tulsa, in September
  • ChristKindlMarkt - bratwurst, strudel
  • Food Truck Festival - Tulsa's Air and Space Museum - September
  • Harvest Beer Festival - downtown Tulsa, in September
  • Rock n' Rib Festival - hosted by the BOK Center; September

Other notable food-specific events in Tulsa and the surrounding area include:

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