It’s March and for many across the country, it’s time for a St. Patrick’s Day celebration. While Tulsa has held celebrations in the past, it’s been many years since we’ve had an Irish Festival; the closest one to us has been in Kansas City. That’s about to change with the inaugural Tulsa Irish Festival, happening on Saturday, March 17th. Don Burdock and the Oklahoma Oil Patch, have partnered with 36 local Tulsa companies to bring our community a free, family-friendly celebration centered around Irish inspired music.
We all know Bluegrass music. But have you heard of Celtgrass music? You can discover this intriguing blend of Celtic sounds and Bluegrass, which brings a whole new experience to music, at the Tulsa Irish Festival. From Noon to 9 at Guthrie Green in downtown Tulsa, there will be live performances of local Celtgrass bands and other high-energy music to tap your toes to and enjoy the day when everyone’s Irish.
Not only will there be Irish music, but food and drink as well, and kids’ activities such as face painting too. The entire family is welcome; a wonderful way to celebrate together. Learn more including the bands that are lined up to perform at the Tulsa Irish Fest Facebook page. The hope is this new festival will be a success, so it can return next year and the year after that.
For real estate questions, contact The Baskin Real Estate Specialists of eXp Realty at 918-732-9732 or darrylbaskin.com