TULSA — River Parks Authority announce the Folds of Honor FreedomFest is canceled for 2020.
In early May, officials announced the postponement of the annual Fourth of July celebration to Sept. 7.
Now, due to the continued rise of positive coronavirus cases in the state and city of Tulsa, officials have decided to cancel the celebration.
On behalf of QuikTrip, River Parks Authority, Folds of Honor, and the other loyal sponsors, we regret the necessity to pause the FreedomFest tradition because of these unprecedented circumstances. Our number one consideration is for the health and well-being of our families, friends and neighbors. Tulsa’s spirit remains strong and vibrant as we navigate through this challenging time, and we look forward to coming together again next year.
The Executive Director of River Parks Authority Matt Meyer said he is looking forward to the next Independence Day event in 2021.
We’re thankful to QuikTrip and our other outstanding sponsors for their commitment to this great Independence Day event that means so much to all of us in Tulsa and mirrors celebrations across the nation. We are looking forward to 2021 and the next Folds of Honor FreedomFest. We appreciate the understanding of the community and our shared concern for the health and safety of our citizens.
For more information on Folds of Honor FreedomFest, click here.
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