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City of Tulsa Ready for Sixth Annual 918 Day; Events Scheduled for 918 Day Week

This article was archived on 9/23/2023

The City of Tulsa has several options for Tulsans to get involved and celebrate 918 Day (Sept. 18). This year’s 918 Day theme is The Story of Tulsa, with sponsors Mother Road Market, Mythic Press, and Visit Tulsa.

The Story of Tulsa honors Tulsa’s past as we continue to write the next chapter of our city’s history. Since the beginning, the city’s foundation was established through its diverse cultures and traditions. Today, the city is a testament to its resilience, with a diverse and vibrant community that values its heritage while embracing progress and innovation. 

“918 Day represents what I love most about our city,” Mayor G.T. Bynum said. “Residents coming together to celebrate what makes Tulsa the best city in the world.”  

The City of Tulsa will help celebrate 918 Day through three different events:  

Mon., Sept. 18 – 918 Day Tour of Tulsa
To celebrate 918 Day, Mayor Bynum is embarking on a tour of Tulsa from 9:18 a.m. – 9:18 p.m. on Sept. 18. Each hour, Mayor Bynum will travel to various Tulsa destinations throughout the city while detailing his trip on social media. You can follow the Mayor’s Tour of Tulsa on Facebook @Mayor GT Bynum.  

Sat., Sept. 23 – 918 Day Scavenger Hunt – Deadline for Sign-Up is Sept. 15
Test your knowledge of Tulsa’s history in a free citywide scavenger hunt. Groups of four will team up and receive clues to Tulsa locations. Participants will also receive the “official” 918 Day t-shirt, courtesy of our event sponsors. The winning team will be announced the following week and receive a basket of Tulsa treasures.  

Registration is required for the scavenger hunt. You will need a team name and up to four participants to register. The Scavenger Hunt will begin at 9 a.m. and end at noon. Participants must attend the kick-off event at 8:45 a.m. on Sept. 23 at Owen Park, 560 N. Maybelle Ave., Tulsa, OK 74127, to check in and receive their clues. Register online.   

Sat., Sept. 23 – 918 Day Post Scavenger Hunt Celebration
Scavenger Hunt participants and Tulsans alike can meet at Mother Road Market, 1124 S. Lewis Ave. in Tulsa, following the conclusion of the Scavenger Hunt. Participants can enjoy the additional 918 Day activities at Mother Road Market.  

Celebrate 918 Day on Social Media 
On Sept. 17, all 918 Day social media graphics will be available online. Images can be used on your social media pages, profile pictures, and header images.  

Thank you, 918 Day sponsors! 

About Mythic Press
Mythic Press is Tulsa’s premier merchandise and apparel partner, serving Tulsa's favorite brands with quality merchandise via in-house design, screen printing, embroidery, digital printing (DTG), and e-commerce/fulfillment services. Contact us for a quote! Mythic Press also operates Mythic City, a retail store on Route 66 at Mother Road Market, offering t-shirts, ball caps, and other Oklahoma goodies. Follow us at or visit our store at 1102 S. Lewis Ave. This locally-owned business has become a Tulsa institution, participating in local events and fundraisers and donating over $90,000 via apparel sales to organizations in 2022. 

About Mother Road Market
Mother Road Market is the first and only nonprofit food hall in the state of Oklahoma. A program of the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation (LTFF), it is located on historic Route 66 in the heart of the Tulsa Market District. LTFF supports the entrepreneurial and innovation ecosystems in Tulsa through its owned-and-operated programs, including Kitchen 66, Mother Road Market and Shops at Mother Road Market. Mother Road Market is a vibrant community space, allowing Tulsans and tourists alike a place to eat and shop over 20 business concepts, all on one campus. For more information about Mother Road Market, visit


About Tulsa Regional Tourism
Tulsa Regional Tourism is northeast Oklahoma’s premier accredited destination marketing organization. Housed at the Tulsa Regional Chamber, it includes Visit Tulsa for leisure travel, the Tulsa Convention & Visitors Bureau for meetings and conventions, the Tulsa Sports Commission for amateur and pro sports, and the Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture (FMAC) for creative industries and accredited film commission. Tulsa Regional Tourism leads the community’s bidding for and hosting of signature events like the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, the Big 12 Wrestling Championship, USA BMX Grand Nationals, the Arabian Horse Association’s U.S. Nationals, and more. For more information, visit