Long, long ago on September 7, 2012, Guthrie Green officially opened to the public. Since then, this old freight yard has become a community-driven urban park in the heart of Downtown Tulsa. Activities continue to be free of charge, thanks to the continued investment of the George Kaiser Family Foundation.
Over the years Guthrie Green has become known for its many events like Food Truck Wednesday, Art Market After Dark, Movies in the Park, concerts, fitness classes, and more. This year is the Green's 10th anniversary, and there's a lot in store for the celebration!
Guthrie Green Day
Thursday, September 1st| 11 AM
Guthrie Green will host apress conference with guest speakers to share all the detailsof upcoming events, highlight milestones from the past 10 years, and reveal exciting news about the future of the park.
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Art Market After Dark
Friday, September 2nd| 6-10 PM
For First Friday, the Green will transform into a nighttime art market with tents decorated with string lights and projections.
What to expect:
Shop Purchase work from dozens of local artists.
See Experience the energy of the Tulsa Arts District at night.
Listen Hear local artists perform live music around the park.
10th Birthday Bash
Wednesday, September 7th| 11 AM-2 PM
Guthrie Green officially turns 10 on Food Truck Wednesday. There will be a wide variety of food and dessert trucks, live music, lawn games, and giveaways!
Listen Local musicians bring tunes to your lunch hour.
Fuel Choose a meal or treat from local food and dessert trucks.
For 10 years Guthrie Green has been Downtown Tulsa's community park that celebrates the performing arts, sustainability, and health and wellness. It offers free programming for all Tulsans and will continue to be a place on inclusion and accessibility for years to come. We can’t wait to start celebrating!