Festivals
in Oklahoma City, OK

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While many city tourists and locals visit places to admire the big city or the beautiful parks, the festivals in America are a big part of what makes the country grand and the event worth attending. Each city brings its own cultural and historical heritage that are celebrated through various festivals and events. Some cities have similar types of festivals or events, and others have unique annual celebrations.

See how many festivals you can fit on your itinerary! These celebrations are going to give you memories of a lifetime as they reflect the art, culture, heritage and the music of each city in the most exciting way. Show up and have fun with your friends, make memories and celebrate the love of food, wine, music, art, history, culture, traditions, and more at these gatherings.
Downtown in December
Downtown in December

(405) 235-3500

211 N Robinson Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73102   Directions Website

Have you heard about Downtown in December, presented by Devon? It's an incredible holiday experience in the heart of Oklahoma City starting on November 14th.

You'll enjoy many exciting activities, including outdoor ice skating, snow tube rides down a 150-foot slope, visits with Santa Claus, a festive 5K and fun run, free water taxi excursions, and a 2-day winter market. Plus, everything is surrounded by dazzling holiday lights. The best part? Most of the events are free and open to everyone. It's the perfect way to celebrate the season with friends and family.

Festival Of The Arts
Festival Of The Arts

(405) 270-4848

Oklahoma City, OK
Website

Have you heard about the Festival Of The Arts happening in Oklahoma City? It's a six-day event that offers a lot of artsy family fun. They have face painting, poster artwork, and pottery making for kids, along with live performance artists on stage.

This is the perfect place to buy original paintings, sculptures, and furniture. The festival is held downtown at the Festival Plaza, Stage Center, and the Myriad Botanical Gardens. Take advantage of this fantastic event.

LibertyFest Edmond's Fourth of July Festival
LibertyFest Edmond's Fourth of July Festival

(405) 340-2527

24 E 1st St
Edmond, OK 73034   Directions Website

Edmond's July 4th Festival is a fantastic celebration of the great nation's birth and the state of Oklahoma's rich heritage. What makes it even more remarkable is that it's organized and run by a non-profit of dedicated volunteers from the Edmond area. Their goal is to create fun, family-friendly events that showcase the best of Edmond, enhance the community, and support non-profit and civic organizations.

As the proud host city of LibertyFest, Edmond has an incredible line-up of events to entertain and educate residents and visitors alike. With the support of the City of Edmond, the University of Central Oklahoma, local businesses, civic organizations, and individuals, LibertyFest truly is a testament to the community's spirit and pride.

Norman Music Festival
Norman Music Festival

(405) 579-3693

201 E Main St
Norman, OK 73069   Directions Website

The Norman Music Festival sounds like an incredible event. It's hard to believe that it started as just a one-day event with a few bands and has grown into a massive three-day festival with over 60 artists.

They feature talent from many genres and have indoor and outdoor venues. And the fact that it's still free is fantastic. It's great they have such dedicated VIPs and sponsors to make it all possible.

Oklahoma Regatta Festival
Oklahoma Regatta Festival

(405) 552-4040

Oklahoma City, OK 73129
Website

The Oklahoma Regatta Festival in the Boathouse District on the Oklahoma River is the premier fall event in Oklahoma City and a four-day celebration of all things rowing, kayaking, and dragon boating.

The family festival also features a children's area, fireworks, and fantastic food from some of the city's best restaurants. And for those who like a drink with our festivities, there's a beer and wine garden, too. Plus, you'll get a front-row seat for all the racing action.

Oklahoma State Fair
Oklahoma State Fair

(405) 948-6700

3001 General Pershing Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73107   Directions Website

Explore the Oklahoma State Fair, that's been around for over 100 years and has grown to become one of the best state fairs in the country. There's so much to do and see, from the carnival rides to the concerts to the shopping and handicrafts.

Let's remember the food, it's famous for a reason. The multi-purpose arena hosts year-round events, so there's always something to do.

Paseo Arts Festival
Paseo Arts Festival

(405) 525-2688

3022 Paseo St
Oklahoma City, OK 73103   Directions Website

Are you a fan of art and music and happen to be in Oklahoma City? You want to attend the annual Paseo Festival held in the historic Paseo Arts District.

This charming little Spanish village has been a haven for artists since its construction in 1929. You'll find a variety of art styles, from classic to modern to avant-garde, as well as performance art and live music. It's the perfect place to spend the day indulging in your creative side.

Red Earth Festival
Red Earth Festival

(405) 427-5228

Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Website

Get ready for the Red Earth Festival in Oklahoma City, where you'll be able to immerse yourself in the rich and sacred culture of Native American Indians. The opening parades are a sight to behold, with over 100 tribes in full tribal regalia, showcasing their unique traditions and customs.

Witnessing the Red Earth dancers perform is rare, as all the tribes are joined together in one of the most prestigious native dance competitions. You can purchase authentic basketry, jewelry, pottery, sculpture, and paintings, all beautiful and unique representations of Native American art. Overall, the Red Earth Festival is a lovely experience for anyone looking to learn more about this fascinating culture.

The Medieval Fair of Norman
The Medieval Fair of Norman

(405) 325-8610

2501 S Jenkins Ave
Norman, OK 73072   Directions Website

Step back in time and immerse yourself in the splendor of the Medieval Fair. This annual event has captivated visitors since 1977, providing a window into a bygone era of chivalry and pageantry. With educational exhibits, arts and crafts, delicious food, and thrilling entertainment, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

Explore the bustling medieval village, which boasts over 200 art and craft booths selling unique, handcrafted treasures. From pottery to leather crafts, jewelry to fairy wings, you will find something that catches your eye. You can also watch master crafters demonstrate their skills and learn about their techniques. The entertainment is spectacular, with minstrels, dancing, theater performances, and reenactments bringing history to life—Marvel at knights jousting on horseback and cheer on your favorite team in a human chess game. You might even catch a glimpse of King Arthur or a mermaid.

deadCENTER Film Festival
deadCENTER Film Festival

(405) 246-9233

223 S Walker Ave
Oklahoma City, OK
Website

deadCENTER Film Festival is considered one of the most incredible film festivals in the world by MovieMarker magazine. This Oklahoma City-based event has grown from a one-night screening to a five-day extravaganza that attracts over 6,000 attendees yearly.

You'll be able to watch a diverse selection of critically acclaimed films by local and international filmmakers. It's a must-see event for any movie lover.

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