Oklahoma Festivals & Events
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.
One of the most anticipated #rodeo events each year, the International Finals Rodeo in #OklahomaCity pits the top 15 cowboys and cowgirls from the US and Canada in competition for World Championship Titles.
Did you know that #Norman's annual #Chocolate Festival in February was ranked the one of the top #food festivals in the country by #FoodNetwork? Don't miss your chance to try over 25,000 samples of delicious treats.
Can't get enough of Medieval times? Head to the Castle of Muskogee for the Boare's Heade Feaste and have dinner with King Henry VIII and Queen Margaret. There will also be live entertainment and authentic decorations!
This holiday season, brave the cold and have some fun skating at the Devon Ice Rink in downtown #Oklahoma City. It's conveniently located in the Myriad Botanical Gardens close to other attractions.
History buffs will love the Battle of Honey Springs Re-enactment in Checotah. This Civil War battle happened in 1863 before Oklahoma was a state and was a pivotal point in the war in Indian Territory.
Each February and October, the State Fair Park in #OklahomaCity hosts An Affair of the Heart. Recognized as one of the largest #ArtsAndCrafts shows in #America, it is a shoppers dream where you can find everything from home decor to unique gifts. Just click the picture to find out more information.
Wild Things Farm in Pocola has a Night Maze each October! Take on the challenge of feeling your way through a corn maze in the dark with only a flashlight. You can even take a hayride before and roast hot dogs afterwards.
Each year, 80,000 people converge at Robbers Cave State Park in Wilburton for the Robbers Cave Fall Festival. See beautiful sights on the fall foliage cruise, marvel at antique hot rods, eat delicious food and have fun watching live entertainment all in one place.
Get geared up for one of the country's best Oktoberfest celebrations! Each fall the Tulsa Oktoberfest takes place in River West Festival Park for four days of German heritage.
Celebrate Oklahoma cartoonist Chester Gould and his most famous character at Dick Tracy Day in Pawnee. The day's festivities will include a parade, birthday cake, vendors, live entertainment, Dick Tracy souvenirs and more.
Each October the Myriad Botanical Gardens in downtown Oklahoma City turns into a fall wonderland called Pumpkinville. Head to the park for crafts, a hay bale maze, pumpkin decorating and cider pressing.
Grand National & World Championship Morgan Horse Show
See over 1,000 of the world's finest Morgan horses compete for championship titles at the Grand National & World Championship Morgan Horse Show in Oklahoma City.
Visit the 45th Infantry Memorial Park in Colgate for the Fenders and Flames car show. There will be entertainment and tons of vintage and modern cars.
Get ready for a one-of-a-kind cultural celebration at the Oklahoma Czech Festival in Yukon. Start the day off with a parade down Route 66 and fill up on traditional foods like kolaches and klobasa while playing carnival games.