Tulsa Fall Festivals – Fall 2021 OK Events

Cystic Fibrosis Cycle for Life – Tulsa - Tulsa, OK - Aug 27 to Aug 27, 2021
Going virtual for 2021. Normally: CF Cycle for Life is a fully-supported ride with different route options. From breakfast to the cycle post party, you can enjoy fully stocked rest stops every 10-12 miles, bike mechanics for bicycle maintenance and repair, ride marshals to cheer you along the way and plenty of support vehicles to help you complete the ride. This unique event empowers participants to take action and demonstrate their fight in finding a cure for cystic fibrosis in a tangible, emotional and powerful way.

Coweta Fall Festival - Coweta, OK - Sep 16 to Sep 18, 2021
Parade, carnival rides, live entertainment, car show, talent show, 5K, pageant and more.

Scotfest - Broken Arrow, OK - Sep 17 to Sep 19, 2021
Celtic music festival and Scottish Highland Games, plus dancing, whisky tastings, and more.

Tulsa Greek Festival - Tulsa, OK - Sep 17 to Sep 25, 2021
For 2021, a drive through event over two weekends. Normally: Tulsa’s oldest ethnic festival at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, with Greek food, KidZone, dancing and more!

Pioneer Day Festival - Shiatook, OK - Sep 23 to Sep 25, 2021
Pioneer Day Festival starts with “Chalk the Walk” and the Color Run. Pioneer Day Parade starts at 9:00 am. Midway with food vendors, amusement rides, carnival games, talent competition, Petting Zoo, kid’s fishing derby, chalk art contest, and more. Rodeo, and live music on entertainment stage. Fantasy On Wheels car show in the parking lot the West Rogers Campus of First Baptist Church.

Tulsa State Fair - Tulsa, OK - Sep 30 to Oct 10, 2021
Disney on Ice, livestock shows, vendors, food, carnival rides, live music, and more. Since 1903.

Oktoberfest Bartlesville - Bartlesville, OK - Oct 2 to Oct 2, 2021
Several food trucks will be there, serving authentic German food as well as hot dogs, strudel and sweets. Also features a beer garden offering up cocktails, wine and beer, plus live polka music, folk dancers demonstrating authentic German, Swiss, and Austrian folk dancing, a costume contest, photo props, games (including a stein-holding competition) and children’s activities, including a marionette theater!

Pelican Fest - Grove, OK - Oct 7 to Oct 10, 2021
Carnival, parade, arts and crafts, food trucks, car show, live entertainment, and more at Wolf Creek Park

Chouteau Day - Salina, OK - Oct 9 to Oct 9, 2021
Make your way to downtown Salina for the annual Chouteau Day Celebration & Parade. This event commemorates the founding of Salina, Oklahoma’s oldest permanent settlement, founded by Major Jean Pierre Chouteau on October 10, 1796. Bring the whole family out to participate in events including an archery and shotgun shoot, horseshoe pitch and greased pig contest. Enjoy a parade with decorated floats, bicycles and cars, marching bands and more

Tulsa Oktoberfest - Tulsa, OK - Oct 21 to Oct 24, 2021
This Oklahoma Oktoberfest has been running for more than 30 years. It’s been ranked one of the top Oktoberfest celebrations in the United States by several different media outlets. The Dachshund Dash, bier barrel races, a 5K and stein carrying and holding contests. Two bands from Germany bringing the party live music. Location: 2100 S Jackson Ave, Tulsa, OK

Route 66 Pecan and Music Fest - Claremore, OK - Oct 30 to Oct 31, 2021
Also known as the Route 66 Pecan and Fun Festival. Head to the Nut House for a car show, pecan pie-eating contest, craft show and kids games and activities. There will also be live music.

Dickens on the Boulevard - Claremore, OK - Nov 19 to Nov 20, 2021
A Victorian-themed Christmas festival held annually on the weekend before Thanksgiving. Wagon rides, costume contest, living nativity, “Tales from the Top” tour, shopping and food. Admission is free.

Williams Route 66 Marathon - Tulsa, OK - Nov 20 to Nov 21, 2021
Enjoy a marathon, half marathon, 5k, fun run, and more, starting in downtown Tulsa (home of the largest amount of Art Deco architecture outside of Miami) and running through the diverse neighborhoods of Tulsa and the campus of Tulsa University. Many of the neighborhoods host block parties all along the course to welcome runners!