Bristow Tabouleh Fest


Come experience our Lebanese heritage on Bristow’s Historic Route 66/Main Street.

Saturday May 13, 2017

Always held on the second Saturday in May after the Wildflower Run


For over one hundred years Bristow has been home to several Lebanese immigrants. Tabouleh is a Lebanese dish made of bulgur wheat. There are many different dishes that incorporate Tabouleh. So many that even the name Tabouleh has multiple spellings. Ta-boo-lee is a staple for many families in this area. Bristow is home to the Bishop Brother’s Taboli Factory and Slyman’s Lebanese Foods. You can find their products in your local grocery store.

Vendors, entertainment, activities, and karaoke style Bristow Idol competition


This year we are celebrating our 16th year of Tabouleh Festival magic.

Bristow is a GOOD place to be during the second Saturday in May.

Tabouleh Fest is brought to you by the Bristow Merchant’s Association.


If you are interested in participating please contact:

Amy Greenwood




Vendor Entry Deadline is May 10th. Vendors are allowed to set up prior to the Wildflower Run.


Food Vendor Application $75.00

Craft Vendor Application $50.00

       Promotional Vendor Application $25.00

The wildflower run kicks off at 8:30 am (fun run) and the 5k begins at 8:45 am.  These times are for line up 15 minutes before the races actually start, 8:45 and 9:00 respectively.




Are you interested in performing on our Entertainment Stage?

Contact Amy Greenwood



Tabouleh_McClendon_02                            Contestant for Bristow Idol.  Image courtesy of Tammy McClendon.


Aislinn Holderby Manus, daughter of Jake Manus and Melissa Holderby, and uncle Jeff Willeford enjoy the pony rides at the Tabouleh festival.