Choctaw Nation Labor Day Festival & Powwow
Tuskahoma, OK 74574
The Choctaw Nation Labor Day Festival invites all visitors to enjoy tribal heritage activities, an intertribal powwow, Choctaw cultural exhibitions, stickball games, arts and crafts, free concerts and carnival rides. This annual Tuskahoma event offers activities for all ages including sports tournaments, quilting demonstrations, live performances, buffalo tours and more. The Choctaw Nation Labor Day Festival kicks off with the Choctaw Princess Pageant. Come and see which lucky contestant is crowned Little Miss, Junior Miss and Miss Choctaw Nation.
The Choctaw Nation Labor Day Festival will present a series of free concerts featuring national stars and well-known performers. The 2013 live entertainers will be Neal McCoy and Ronnie Dunn on Friday night, Don Williams and The Band Perry on Saturday night and Jeremy Camp on Sunday night. Open to the public, these concerts are always a huge draw. Visitors are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs to enjoy live musical performances from some of the top names in entertainment with crowds of festival-goers.
Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant
General Information: Free admission
Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Bus/Motorcoach Parking
Projected Attendance: 100,000
Located at Capitol Grounds off Hwy 271 S.
As the mild temperatures of fall’s Indian Summer descend upon Oklahoma, the state’s renowned American Indian heritage is brought to life with a variety of Native American festivals, events and powwows.
Celebrate the extended weekend with refreshing, end-of-summer festivals and cool things to do this Labor Day in Oklahoma.