Tulsa’s longest running ethnic festival kicks off this weekend. Each day of the Tulsa Greek Festival, Thursday through Sunday, is full of dance performance, live music, and sprinkles of Greek tradition and culturally inspired activities. The event welcomes all ages for its 59th year.
Among entertainment, this year’s festival will feature a new Temple of Fire Tent where traditional foods like Saganaki, Loukaniko, Keftedes, Gyros, Souvlaki and Loukoumades will be served.
After a bite, shopping vendors of the Greek “Marketa” await to expose traditional books, art, and souvenirs.
The festival is free Thursday and Friday before 6pm. After that, and on Saturdays and Sundays, there is a $5 admission fee.
The Tulsa Greek Festival is held at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church at 1222 S. Guthrie Ave.