Tulsa Music Festival Benefitting Project Reach 5/25
Looking for free family fun this weekend? The first-annual Tulsa Music Festival is a free gathering on May 25th from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. at the new Guthrie Green section of the Brady Arts District at 111 East Brady Street.
Festival organizers from Tulsa Night Out and Bob Hurley Auto decided the first area charity it would choose to benefit from the festival's proceeds is Project Reach of Tulsa, which serves some of the area's most underprivileged children and families who are struggling both spiritually and materially.
Since Brady Street will be cordoned off for the festival, visitors will have local vendors and artisans at their easy disposal, in addition to food trucks, ice cream vendors and other food offerings.
The event will even feature a play area for children including Jupiter jumps by Just Gotta Jump during daylight hours.
Though Tulsa Music Festival 2013 is a free gathering in the Brady Art District, Project Reach Tulsa will garner a portion of all other proceeds, which it will use to further its efforts to improve the lives of some of Tulsa's neediest citizens. It does so through various charitable programs, ranging from school supply, homeless assistance and Santa Outreach programs to free field trips, parent outreach incentives and renovating the bedrooms of disabled children.
This post is sponsored by Bob Hurley Ford.