Germanfest, hosted by the German-American Society of Tulsa (, runs May 3-5 at the GAST House. Offerings include authentic performances and music, plus food, drink and kids’ activities.

Tulsa International Mayfest ( is back May 17-20, this time in the Arts District. This annual tradition features local and national bands, food vendors and plenty of art for sale.

Stick around downtown Tulsa for the Hop Jam Beer and Musical Festival ( May 19. Enjoy plenty of local and national brews, plus music from Hanson, Phantom Planet and other touring acts.

Oklahoma’s longest running LGBTQ event, the Tulsa Pride Festival, begins May 31 with a block party and parade ( Festivities run through June 2.

The Downtown Edmond Arts Festival ( transforms the area into an outdoor gallery May 3-5.

May 18 marks the Oklahoma Craft Beer Festival ( at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City. Chat with brewers and get your fair share of samples along the way.

The 42nd Annual Paseo Arts Festival ( continues Memorial Day weekend, May 26-28, in Oklahoma City. Experience local art and music, plus food trucks.

Durant hosts its 23rd annual Magnolia Festival ( May 30-June 1 with arts, food, music and the Choctaw Nation Princess Pageant.

Don’t miss Red Dirt music’s biggest names as they perform in Stillwater at the Tumbleweed Calf Fry ( May 2-4.

The Rocklahoma music festival ( in Pryor draws some of the biggest names in hard rock May 24-26.

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