Guthrie Green’s first ever Oysterfest scheduled for Saturday, March 15, 2014 has announced it will move the event time from 3:00 pm to noon “until food runs out” due to weather expected later in the day. The event will remain at Guthrie Green.
Oysterfest is Guthrie Green’s first foray into the world of food festivals.
Proceeds from this event will benefit the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. Participating vendors will compete for the title of “People’s Choice” and “Best Over-All” with S&J Oyster Co. sponsoring the official oyster eating competition. Vendors include Elote, Fassler Hall, Mason’s, Rusty Crane, S&J Oyster Co., Crawpappy’s, Laffa Medi-Eastern Restaurant & Bar, Lucky’s, Chimera, and Imanashi Enterprises. Tickets for food will be available for purchase at the event for $1.00 each.
All three previously announced musical artists will perform as scheduled on the day of the event. Bands include Nashville’s own Tennessee Jet and recent SXSW artists Good Graeff and Clear Plastic Masks. Festival emceed by Spencer Gainey.
Guthrie Green is an urban garden and performance space in The Brady Arts District in downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma. Accommodating visitors looking for a peaceful escape or family activities, the park features a stage, The Dock pavilion, tree-lined paths, shade structures, water features and a large lawn. In addition to the markets, festivals and concerts we have planned for Guthrie Green, we hope that visitors to the park will enjoy a simple walk or lunch at the park to experience an urban green space unlike any other in Tulsa. For more information visit: www.guthriegreen.com.