Arvest Winterfest Returns to BOK Center Downtown

Families are invited to ice skate beneath the skyline again this year at Arvest Winterfest, the area’s largest outdoor holiday celebration in downtown Tulsa.
Major enhancements are slated for the festival, for which the Tulsa Business Journal is a media partner, including a new location, a larger frozen ice surface, an even taller tree, and the addition of a warming and hospitality tent. More than 100,000 visitors are expected to attend, open daily (weather permitting, excluding Christmas) from Nov. 27 through Jan. 4.
Arvest Winterfest will move from last year’s location on Frisco Avenue to Third Street in front of the BOK Center between Denver and Frisco Avenues. The focal point will be a larger 60-foot-by-150-foot ice rink, flanked by a warming tent on one end for parents and spectators to watch skaters in climate-controlled comfort. The ice rink will be open to the public and prices are $8 (with skate rental), $5 (with your own skates), and $5 for children three and under. Group and corporate rates are available.



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