Summertime is right around the corner. When the kids are out of school and we have longer days and warmer nights on our hands, we need lots of great activities to keep us busy! These 7 Summertime events in Tulsa are perfect for doing just that. There’s something for everyone, so when you are choosing events for yourself or the family there’s sure to be something everyone will love.

7 Summertime Events in Tulsa:

Check out these 7 summertime events in Tulsa. Soon Summer will be here and you'll need lots of entertaining activities to keep you and the whole family busy

Tulsa Flea Market

Summer Saturday’s 8am-4pm
Expo Square Exchange Center

The Tulsa Flea Market is among many great summertime events in Tulsa. You can take the whole family or just go browse by yourself. You never know what you might find with so many great vendors and tables. There is sure to be something different every week so you really never can tell what you might find. It’s also a great chance to get out and support local businesses in Tulsa as many of them have stands at the flea market! A free admission event that you can browse or shop.

Waltz on the Wild Side

June 16-17 2017 7 PM
Tulsa Zoo

If you love the Tulsa Zoo and all of it’s great events then Waltz on the Wild Side is a great event that you’ll want to support. It’s a fundraising even to help support the Building Beyond Your Wildest Dreams campaign. There is local food, dancing, drinks. This is a great summertime event in Tulsa for a date night or girls night! Tickets and sponsorship information is available on their site, linked above.

The Spontaniacs!

August 12 2017 8 PM
pH Community House

An evening of improvisational comedy, brought to you live by the Spontaniacs! This is sure to be a fun event for everyone to enjoy. If you are looking for summertime events in Tulsa, this one is sure to bring a smile to your face. Take in some late summer laughs during this improv comedy show at a great local spot!

First Friday Art Crawl

June 2 2017
Various locations in Brady Arts District
Tulsa, OK 74103

The Brady Arts District in Tulsa presents the First Friday Art Crawl each year. Every First Friday of the month, visitors can check out artwork inside the local galleries, studios, and museums. There are also some live music performances and events! There’s even a fireworks display afterwords. The added benefit being that you can check out galleries and museums with free admission during this event!

Tulsa Pride Block Party & Parade

June 3-4 2017 12-9pm
Dennis R Neill Equality Center
621 E 4th St Tulsa, OK 74120

The Tulsa Pride Block Party and Parade is a wonderful event for the whole family to enjoy. There is a parade and tons of events happening throughout the day. This year marks 35 years for the Tulsa Pride Block Party and Parade so it’s never been a better time to get involved with this fun and exciting event. The event is free admission.

Tulsa Balloon Festival

June 14-18 2017
12700 E 41st St
Tulsa, OK 74146

The countdown to the Tulsa Balloon Festival has begun! You can’t do better than this festival when looking for summertime events in Tulsa. This great local event is so magical and fun. The whole family can enjoy checking out all of the entertainment, food, and of course, the balloons! Check out their website, linked above, for more info on all the vendors who are attending. This is a free admission event in Tulsa!

Wild Brew

August 12 2017
Tulsa Expo Square
4145 E 21st St Tulsa, OK 74114

Wild Brew is a great event for foodies and beer enthusiasts alike. Funds from the event are used to support educational projects like the Bald Eagle Nest Webcam, Satellite Tracking for Young Bald Eagles, and the Sutton Scholarship Awards. Many great local Tulsa restaurants participate alongside artisan brewers from the US and abroad. You can’t go wrong with this even for a night out with friends or a date with your significant other. Hey, you can even attend alone and be sure you’ll be surrounded by like-minded individuals!

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