Route 66 PatriotFest to benefit area veterans

Posted at 11:42 AM, May 22, 2018
and last updated 2018-05-22 12:51:21-04

PatriotFest, which promotes Tulsa as the “Most Patriotic City” in the nation, kicks off Saturday, May 26, on the city’s west side. Admission is free.

Activities include: car and motorcycle show, car cruise along Route 66, patriotic pet show, music and entertainment, arts and crafts vendors, food trucks, and raffles and prizes throughout the day. There will also be a traveling museum that honors and remembers veterans. This year’s free KidZone will feature crafts, games, entertainment and inflatables.

Organizers Matt Rose and Randy Brumley stopped by 2 Works for You Midday to preview the event, which benefits local veteran or military organizations.

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