**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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2021 marks 100 years since the tragic violence that forever changed Tulsa’s Greenwood District, home to America’s Black Wall Street. Join the centennial remembrance this year with numerous events both memorializing the past and celebrating Greenwood's bright future.
During this time of social distancing and sheltering-at-home, it's important to not only stay informed, but to stay inspired. Dive into our stay-at-home guide for both, with links to helpful resources and a variety of fun activities and ideas to keep you and the family engaged.
Nothing signals that the summer heat has finally broken and the beauty of fall is right around the corner quite like the coming of Oktoberfest season. Discover some great places to celebrate this harvest time tradition in Oklahoma!
Celebrate the season with the simple joys of yesteryear at a Victorian-themed holiday event in Oklahoma and reward your family with cheerful carolers, delightful decorations and long-lasting memories you’ll treasure for years to come.