Fall is a gorgeous time to visit Tulsa! If you want more than gorgeous foliage, you will find many events in November to keep you busy.

Nov 1: Day of the Dead Festival

Dia de Los Muertos is a Hispanic celebration of the dead. Join Living Arts of Tulsa along with Guthrie Green for a night of music, dancing, and a display of altars to honor those who have passed.

Nov 1: Living History Lantern Tours

This is one of the more historical Events in November, taking visitors back to the Cherokee Strip of the 1890s. These tours also feature a murder mystery, giving visitors clues through vignettes portraying early Enid.

Nov 1-3: Mother Road Market’s First Birthday

Take time out of your weekend to celebrate the first birthday of Tulsa’s first food hall. Mother Road’s birthday celebration is one of the food-forward events in November, featuring delicious food along with fun for the family. Activities include mini golf, cupcake decorating, and more.

Nov 1-3: Fall Home Expo

Head to the Exchange Center at Expo Square to inspire yourself for the changing seasons! Visit some of the 300 vendors for project, gift, and decoration ideas to get you fall and winter ready.

Nov 2: South Tulsa Baptist 12th Annual Arts & Crafts Expo

Many of the Tulsa events in November present the perfect opportunity to get together some Christmas gifts. The Tulsa Baptist’s Arts & Crafts Expo features a variety of booths ranging from woodwork, jewelry, soaps, baby items, and more.

Nov 2: Tulsa Beer & Wine Festival

Head to Gathering Place for the first annual Tulsa Beer & Wine Festival! Presented by Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa, this festival takes on multiple themes, each featuring food pairing with a variety of beers and wines. Of all the annual events in November, this is one you should not miss!

Nov 9: Tulsa Margarita Crawl

Most people are familiar with a bar crawl, but few have experienced this unique crawl. Bar Cawl Unlimited takes participants through multiple venues, each featuring discounted drinks and a good time. Tickets are expected to sell out far in advance, so buy yours now!

Nov 9: Rock N’ Folk N’ Chili Cook-Off

There are not very many food and music themed events in November, so do not miss out on this one! Head to Cain’s Ballroom for live music from artists like Ken Pomeroy, Chris Combs, and more. Admission also gets all attendees all-you-can-eat chili from local restaurants. Vegan and gluten free options available!

Nov 15: 15th Annual First Draft Craft Beer Tasting

Join the Tulsa Press Club and drink for a cause! This first annual craft beer tasting hosts over 100 craft beers, with the funds going to support journalism scholarships through the Tulsa Press Club.

Nov 15-17: Vintage Tulsa Show

This weekend, visit the largest antique show in Oklahoma for an experience you will not forget! The Exchange Center will hold over 130 vendors offering authentic unique items you will not find anywhere else!

Nov 23: St. Henry Holiday Craft Bazaar

If you have checked out the Arts & Crafts Expo and the Vintage Tulsa Show but you’re still missing Christmas gifts, fear not! There are multiple crafty events in November, including the ST. Henry Holiday Craft Bazaar. Take a trip to St. Henry Catholic Church in Owasso for homemade crafts and sweets you won’t be able to resists!

Nov 30: Christmas in the Park

Bundle up and head to Meadowlake Park to celebrate the first weekend of Christmas in the Park! Every Saturday from November 30th to December 21st will feature food, a Polar Express train ride, pictures with Santa and more!

Stay with Riverview RV and Catch All the November Events in Tulsa

If you want to get your fill of the city but spend some time in nature too, Riverview RV is the place to go. Located in Sand Springs, only a short drive outside of the city, our campground features a variety of amenities and gorgeous hiking trails, along with a view of the Arkansas River. More importantly, we offer affordable nightly, weekly, and monthly rates to our visitors, as well as a discount to Tulsa Welding students. Book a site with us, pick your favorite happenings, and see what Tulsa can offer you. To make a reservation, visit us online or call us at (918) 245-8588