You will be redirected to the Hotel Search Results page.
Oklahoma’s event calendar kicks into high gear during the month of May and continues each month celebrating with the best events and thing to do all year long. With an impressive roster of top-notch festivals, world-class fairs and small-town jubilees, you’ll be entertained throughout the seasons.
Starting in Tulsa, join over 350,000 visitors to the Tulsa International Mayfest, or catch the Juneteenth Blues & Jazz Festival, and Oklahoma Chautauqua. Head out Memorial Day weekend for the Will Rogers Stampede PRCA Rodeo to nearby Claremore, while August is anticipated for Wunderfest’s food, music, and games at River West Festival Park. Fall brings a great number of festivities to the Tulsa area, including Tulsa Oktoberfest and the Harvest Moon Festival in October, plus Fall Fest at the Flyin' W Ranch in Broken Arrow come November.
When in Oklahoma City, check out the Paseo Arts Festival and pop in and out of galleries throughout the town. Muskogee, OK brings the Oklahoma Renaissance Festival, and the renowned National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum hosts the annual Chuck Wagon Gathering & Children’s Cowboy Festival each May. Drive, take a hayride or pony through Castleton Village during the holiday season and glare at over 2,000 lighted holiday displays. Don’t forget to stop in the petting zoo and Christmas Shoppe.
Special Occasions in T-town
Tulsa is one festive city, and features everything from the performing arts to state fairs, rodeos, and street festivals. A four-season destination, Tulsa has an event for every interest.
Join one of many celebrations during your summer vacation in Tulsa. Catch the Juneteenth Blues & Jazz Festival and Oklahoma Chautauqua in June, or head out in July for Tokyo in Tulsa – plus sci-fi fans love Conestoga. Memorial Day weekend bring the Will Rogers Stampede PRCA Rodeo to nearby Claremore, while August is anticipated for Wunderfest’s food, music, and games at River West Festival Park.
Fall brings a great number of festivities to the Tulsa area. September sees cultural events like Utsav India Fest, the Oklahoma Scottish Games, and Festival Hispano – plus music festivals like Rock n' Rib Festival, Hound Dog Blues Festival, and the live entertainment at the much anticipated Tulsa State Fair.
The remainder of Tulsa’s fall schedule brings Tulsa Oktoberfest and the Harvest Moon Festival in October, plus Fall Fest at the Flyin' W Ranch in Broken Arrow come November.
And for you winter travelers, don’t miss the PSO Christmas Parade of Lights, Castle Christmas at the Castle of Muskogee in Muskogee, and the annual ChristKindlMarkt.
After the holidays, start the new year off right with spring flings in Tulsa. Check out MayFest, the Blue Dome Arts Festival in the Blue Dome District, and the Oklahoma Renaissance Festival – all happening in May.
A non-profit organization, the Guthrie Gunfighters, Inc. is an Old West and Victorian Era reenactment group located in Guthrie in Oklahoma's Great Plains.
Established in 1993, the Guthrie Gunfighters are a great example of the American West of the 1800s.
The Guthrie Gunfighters perform everywhere from the Saturday Farmers Market, to the corner in front of the Blue Belle Saloon, to even private events and festivals throughout Oklahoma.
Be sure to see this group of “owlhoots and lawdogs” in Guthrie – Oklahoma’s original capital.
Catching a Guthrie Gunfighters performance is just one of 24 things to do in Oklahoma in 24 hours!