Oklahoma Tribal Celebration

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Oklahoma Tribal Celebration
Gathering Place
2650 S John Williams Way E
Phone: 918-779-1000

More than 39 Native American tribes call Oklahoma home, and Tulsa's Gathering Place is celebrating Oklahoma's beautiful tribal cultures with a unique one-day event this November. This comprehensive tribal festival will feature a variety of Native American music, art, food and fashion, showcasing tribes from across the state. Each nation will have the opportunity to share its story and speak of their cultural legacy in a realm within the park.

Get a real taste of the culture as you stop by Vista to sample a featured menu by Chef Nico Albert and sip on a Native herbal tea at Redbud Café. A live cooking demonstration will take place at Willow Beach, and plenty of Native food vendors will be serving up delicious offerings as well.

Browse the Native American goods available in the Arts & Crafts Market, or join in a game of stickball in the game area near North Landbridge Lawn. Catch one of the Native film and documentary showings in ONEOK Boathouse before sitting down for one of the enchanting storytelling events throughout the day. Don’t miss special dance performances and live music by The Levi Platero Band.

This regional festival will make history honoring the Native American Nations and their native heritage to create one of the region’s largest and most comprehensive Native American festivals. Oklahoma Tribal Celebration will be a proud expression of music, dance and more. 

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Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant
General Information: Free admission
Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): Route 66, US-75
Saturday: 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm