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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.


Oklahoma Festivals & Events

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Head to the Rooster Days Festival in Broken Arrow with 20,000 sq ft of rides, food, attractions, games and more. There is plenty for children to enjoy as well as live entertainment and a parade.

Rooster Days Festival

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The Rock-N-Rumble Car Show & Cruise in Altus features dozens and dozens of unique and awesome cars on display as well as a burnout contest, live entertainment, parties and food throughout downtown.

Rock-N-Rumble Car Show & Cruise

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Held at the beautiful Woodward Arts Theatre in northwestern Oklahoma, the Twister Alley Film Festival welcomes filmmakers from around the world for three great days of screenings. There will also be panels, opportunities for discussion, parties and more.

Twister Alley Film Festival

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Oklahoma City's Festival of the Arts is a sign that spring has officially arrived. Dozens of food vendors, nearly 140 artist booths, a beer garden and live entertainers make this event the place to be for a week each April.

Festival of the Arts

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The Take to the Skies AirFest in Durant offers something for everyone. Performers including wing walkers and skydivers thrill and amaze audiences every year. Aircraft rides, a kids' play area, food vendors and more are also on site.

Take to the Skies AirFest

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The Grand Lake Renaissance Festival held in Vinita, Oklahoma transports visitors back in time to Quensferry, Scotland in 1529. This special weekend event features Queen Margaret Tudor, falconry, vendors and children's activities.

Grand Lake Renaissance Festival

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For two decades, the Oklahoma Renaissance Festival at the Castle of Muskogee has been welcoming thousands and thousands of guests to enjoy costumes, delicious food, jousting, games and all kinds of other activities to ring in spring.

During select weekends, the Oklahoma Paranormal Association heads to Guthrie and investigates one of the state's oldest towns and its historic buildings looking for something unexplainable.

Ghost Hunting in Guthrie

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Tulsa's Mardi Gras Parade goes through the Blue Dome District and features incredible floats, plenty of costumes, toys and more.

Mardi Gras Parade

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This article features eagle watches at state parks and lakes across Oklahoma! Seeing a bald eagle soar through the sky is a breathtaking sight you'll never forget.

Top 10 Places for Eagle Watching in Oklahoma

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The Will Rogers Days Chuck Wagon Cook-Off in Claremore serves up some delicious country recipes served just like they were in the days of cattle drives.

Will Rogers Days Chuck Wagon Cook-Off

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Can you make it to all of the festivals on this list of #Oklahoma's Top Fall Events? It includes stops with beautiful fall foliage like the Robbers Cave Fall Festival in Wilburton.

Known as "America's Biggest Food Truck Event," H&8th Night Market in #Oklahoma City welcomes thousands of people to feast on delicious food from mobile restaurants and listen to live music in Mid Town.

H&8th Night Market

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Wetumka's Sucker Day #Festival is one of #Oklahoma's most charming annual events. The citizens of the city were swindled by a man promising a circus if they put up the money. He skipped town before following through, but the people celebrated anyways and have ever since!

Sucker Day Festival

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Come celebrate #Oklahoma's western heritage at the Skiatook Pioneer Day #Festival. The day is filled with games, food, a parade, rides, a car show, a rodeo and much more.

Skiatook Pioneer Day Festival

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#Tulsa Oktoberfest is on the list of Top Fall Events in #Oklahoma! Plan a trip with the help of this article and explore the Sooner State.

The Ponca City Fine #Arts Festival draws thousands of people to northern #Oklahoma every year. Over 40 artists have everything from jewelry and pottery to crafts and paintings on display.

Ponca City Fine Arts Festival

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The annual Choctaw Oktoberfest in Choctaw, #Oklahoma has all things #German. Find genuine German Beer on draft, eat traditional #food, listen to polka music and much more at this exciting cultural festival.

Every Labor Day, the campus of #Oklahoma City Community College turns into #Arts Festival Oklahoma. Join thousands of other visitors for great fair food, a look at amazing local art and live performances.

Arts Festival Oklahoma

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Grab a funnel cake, head for the Ferris wheel and spend the day at the Payne County Free #Fair in #Stillwater, #Oklahoma. There's something for everyone in the #family!

Payne County Free Fair

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Look who's coming to #Oklahoma! Check out all of the amazing #musicians that are making a stop in the Sooner state to put on a show.

Are you into #cycling? Sign up for the Tour de Trykes & Twilight Criterium in Enid, #Oklahoma and choose your event. There are routes ranging from two to 62 miles in length and even a race on a closed course.

Tour de Trykes & Twilight Criterium

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See some of the world's best bull riders go head-to-head at the PBR Built Ford Tough Series in #Tulsa. The competition is fierce and the exciting show is complete with pyrotechnics that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

PBR Built Ford Tough Series

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Get a taste of #Oklahoma grown fruit at the Rush Springs Watermelon Festival. There's plenty of watermelon to snack on and entertainment for the entire family.

Rush Springs Watermelon Festival

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The Chisholm Trail Heritage Center in Duncan celebrates the National Day of the #Cowboy each summer. This event includes free activities like face painting, games, craft stations and more.

National Day of the Cowboy

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