For 50 years, Tulsa International Mayfest has been bringing joy and culture to the public. It was first established in 1973 by the Tulsa Youth League as Jubilee '73, and funded to celebrate the league's fiftieth anniversary. Thanks to the generous support of the University of Tulsa and the Mayfest sponsors, the festival remains free for everyone to enjoy. This year's Tulsa Mayfest was held in downtown Tulsa, between North Greenwood Avenue to the east, North Main Street to the west, East Cameron Street to the north and East Archer Street to the south.
The festival is a great opportunity for people of all ages to come together and celebrate art and culture. The festival features a variety of activities, such as live music, art exhibitions, food vendors, and more. There are also plenty of activities for children, such as face painting, balloon animals, and other fun activities. Additionally, there are a variety of vendors selling handmade items such as jewelry, clothing, and home decor.
There are also plenty of food vendors offering delicious treats from around the world. Tulsa International Mayfest is a great way to experience art and culture in a fun and festive atmosphere. It's a great way to spend time with family and friends while enjoying all that Tulsa has to offer. So come out and join us for this year's Tulsa International Mayfest!.