• From authentic rodeos to local fairs, Oklahoma's eclectic mix of festivals and events will keep you entertained.

    Photo by: Lisha Newman

Festivals and Events

Day or night, Oklahoma has a lot to celebrate. From cultural gatherings to spectator sports, Oklahoma's events will fill any calendar. There's a festival almost every weekend in Oklahoma and our cities and hometowns invite you to join the party. Watch fireworks at a Fourth of July event - Edmond has one of the nation's top 10. Rock out at a music festival with 100,000 of your closest friends, or indulge in one of our many local specialties at tasteful events like the Rush Springs Watermelon Festival, Watonga Cheese Festival or El Reno's Onion-Fried Burger Days. Search here to find out what to do in an Oklahoma city, or discover what's happening across the entire state.

 
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Festivals and Events Articles

Feel the thrill at one of the many Oklahoma rodeos held across the state. read more

In the Paseo Arts District of Oklahoma City and the Brady Arts District of Tulsa, monthly events draw hundreds of arts lovers to enjoy the art and artists. read more

The only activity that just might be better than travel is time travel, and during Oklahoma summers, you can beat the heat by hopping through history… all without leaving your own familiar space and time. read more

Woodward’s Lesser Prairie Chicken Festival wraps nature, wildlife, geography and conservation into a compelling package of eco-adventuring. read more

Discover the scariest haunted houses in Oklahoma for top-notch terror and spine-tingling thrills this Halloween season - we dare you! read more

This annual summer celebration features nine days of music, from classical instrumentalists to crossover artists that fuse country, jazz, world music and more. read more




 
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