TULSA, okla. – The 13th annual Arvest Winterfest begins Monday at the BOK Center in downtown Tulsa after previously being late due to COVID-19.
“We plan to continue working closely with Dr. Dart and the Tulsa Health Department and will continue to make the adjustments they recommend to ensure we are providing our guests with the safest experience possible,” said Evan Falat, Interim General Manager of the BOK Center.
This year ice skating is taking place on the rink at the BOK Center outside on 3rd Street.
The organizers state that they placed great emphasis on the health and safety of the guests this year.
To help with social distancing, guests must reserve a date / time for skating.
Here you can reserve a time for skating.
Each reservation grants the skater 75 minutes of ice time once their ticket has been scanned.
Tickets are $ 12 for general admission and $ 6 for Arvest customers.
Social distancing is strongly encouraged and masks are required to comply with Tulsa’s mask mandate.
All employees are subjected to a temperature test and must wear face masks in the BOK Center.
Hand disinfection stations are installed throughout the facility. Areas with a high point of contact (such as door handles, elevator buttons, toilets and sinks) are cleaned continuously and improved together with all occupied rooms.
Cash and checks are not accepted this season. Guests who do not want to skate can still enter the Winterfest free of charge.
The event will take place from November 30th to January 3rd.