Tulsa’s iconic spring festival will take place outside this year in the Tulsa Arts District and Historic Greenwood from May 7-9! As always, Mayfest will feature juried artists from across the country, local artists, bands and musicians, and traditional festival food. But this year, we need your help to make sure Mayfest stays safe!
Living Arts of Tulsa will have timed ticket slots available to visit the gallery and see our Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Project Exhibition.
Mayfest worked closely with the Tulsa Health Department and have an approved safety plan. The festival will include strict public health policies to provide a safe environment for attendees, artists, vendors, volunteers, and staff. The Mayfest safety plan includes measures in line with CDC guidance, including:
- One-way traffic flow where possible.
- Physical barriers and guides to allow for social distancing.
- Touchless payment options where available.
- Numerous hand washing and hand sanitizing stations
- Masks required among vendors, staff, and volunteers, and strongly encouraged among guests.
- Frequent cleaning and disinfection protocol.
- Frequent verbal and visual reminders and messages about the three W’s: Wash your hands, watch your distance, wear a mask.
- Wellness checks among staff and volunteers.
Additional measures will be implemented as the festival nears. All public guidelines as well as information about performers, artists, and vendors will be posted on Mayfest’s social media channels and www.TulsaMayfest.org.