Who loves a party? Everybody in Tulsa. We have a lot to celebrate, and we do it in grand style with many community-building festivals. Our festivals celebrating culture, arts, and music offer unforgettable experiences for everyone.
May 16-19, 2019
A downtown tradition for more than 40 years, Tulsa International Mayfest is a four-day potpourri of arts & crafts vendors, great food and dozens of local and regional musical acts.
May 18-20, 2018
The Blue Dome Arts Festival was started as a small event to showcase local artists and has grown to become the big festival it is today, with nearly 300 local artists and performers. In addition to the art and stage performers, the festival offers up a food truck food court that is sure to have something to satisfy everyone in your group.
May 20, 2018
The Hop Jam celebrates the convergence of craft beer and music, returning for its fifth year on May 20th. Staged in the heart of downtown Tulsa's historic Tulsa Arts District, the 2018 festivities will include more than 300 craft beers, 75 participating breweries, and a free concert open to all ages.
July 12-14, 2019
Tokyo in Tulsa is a fan-based convention with a focus on Japanese anime, culture, and pop culture. The event, hosted at Cox Business Center annually, hosts over 300 hours of programming that includes anime, gaming, art, music, and shopping with vendors and exhibitors from all over the country.
August 31-September 2, 2018
The POSTOAK Wine & Jazz Festival is an arts event that enhances Tulsa's cultural landscape, supports professional and student musicians, and promotes food and wine. The event takes place at POSTOAK Lodge & Retreat, located ten minutes northwest of downtown Tulsa in the rolling Osage Hills.
August 30-September 1, 2018
The 5th annual Blue Whale Comedy Festival features over 50+ comics over 3 days in downtown's Tulsa Arts District.
September 14-16, 2018
Now well into its third decade, SCOTFEST is Oklahoma's premier Scottish Highland Games & Celtic Music festival, featuring a great selection of beers, food, crafts, music, dance, pipes & drums, and highland games.
September 22, 2018
This colorful multicultural festival is held at Guthrie Green to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month. The festival includes live music, food, art, vendors, and family friendly recreational activities.
September 27-October 7, 2018
The Tulsa State Fair is the City's largest family event, providing educational experiences and entertainment during an 11-day span. Annually held on the fourth Thursday after Labor Day, this historical event is based upon heritage, family values and quality entertainment for all ages.
September 20-23, 2018
Our oldest ethnic festival is the Tulsa Greek Festival at downtown's Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, which offers delicious, home-cooked Greek foods, ethnic dancing, shopping for homemade Greek pastries, jewelry and gifts, and imported foods.
November 2-4, 2018
The Tulsa Pop Culture Expo is a festival for gamers, fans, developers and game industry leaders. Join thousands of other gamers in Tulsa for a packed expo floor, panels and speakers, and a first look at new gaming technology.
October 18-21, 2018
Tulsa Oktoberfest is ranked by USA Today as one of the top-10 German celebrations in North America, with authentic German musicians, a wide selection of German beers and cuisine, and a country-fair atmosphere complete with carnival rides.
November 24, 2017-January 7, 2018
The seasonal celebration Arvest Winterfest is open to the public for 45 days each year, giving everyone a chance to enjoy skating beneath Tulsa's skyline. Come lace up your skates and take in what has become one of Tulsa's favorite holiday traditions!