Red Earth Parade   - Jun 05, 2015

Red Earth Parade Downtown
Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Phone: 405-427-5228
Fax: 405-427-8079
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This grand parade, unlike any other parade in the world, opens the Red Earth Festival on Friday morning. The streets of downtown Oklahoma City will vibrate in Native American tribal spirit as representatives of more than 100 tribes, in full tribal regalia, make the Red Earth Parade one of America's most unique. The parade will circle the beautiful Myriad Botanical Garden, and visitors are encouraged to bring chairs to watch the display.

The Red Earth Parade is part of the larger Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival.  This festival feature more than 1,200 American Indian ...

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant

  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-35, I-40

  • Projected Attendance: 10,000





10:00 am

12:00 pm

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Eric Oesch

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From Staff on 05/30/14

Marlene, we're sorry for any confusion and have updated the page to reflect that the 2014 parade begins at 9am, lasts for one hour and circles the Myriad Botanical Garden. If you have any questions, please call 405-427-5228 or visit the website listed at the top of this page. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Marlene Smith on 05/30/14

I'm a little confused. At the top is says the parade is at 10 but when I click on Hours is says the parade is at 9. What time is the parade and where does it start and end? Thank you

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