Every year, the sounds of festival, live music and excited crowds beckon all to downtown Tulsa. Once there, visitors find vendors lining the streets with vivid artwork, beautiful jewelry, unique crafts and stand after stand selling delicious festival foods. It’s good to head outdoors, and Mayfest makes it especially enticing. The 39th annual Tulsa International Mayfest will be May 19-22. Expect plenty of creative wares from local and national artists and artisans as well as music by Oklahoma musicians on three stages. The event’s national headliner, Phil Brown’s Guitar Army, will play his Jimi Project, a tribute to Jimi Hendrix, on Saturday night. Children claim their own area with the KidZone, which features family music, the Tulsa Shock mascot and the new fossil dig site presented by the Tulsa Geosciences Center. For a complete schedule of events and other details, go to www.tulsamayfest.org or call 918.582.6435.