This is my my favorite festival on Tulsa! I will say its only because of the food. The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church sets up their tents, begins cooking & baking, the dancers are ready, and the gate opens. They also have a small store to buy books, trinkets, and other fine things. It's also very nice to visit the sanctuary. But, like I said my favorite part is the food. They make all the food there at the church and it is some of the best lamb, gyros, chicken kabobs, and baklava you can find in town. This festival occurs every year for three days in September. Parking has gotten a little better but expect to park in the street and usually a block or more away. Opa!!