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The Sooner State knows how to celebrate, from Red Carpet Country all the way to Choctaw. With street fairs, music festivals, and a celebration for just about anything, plan your next visit to Oklahoma and check out one of their prized affairs.
When in central Oklahoma, be sure to make your way to the Oklahoma State Fair in September in OKC. This 11-day celebration yields games, rides, exhibits, and of course, piping-hot fair food. Set south of the OKC metro area, the free Norman Music Festival features live alternative music, food, and shopping – drawing over 60,000 annual attendees. The 89er Days Celebration takes place in Guthrie come April. The festival features the Old-Timer Baseball Game, the Chuck Wagon Feed, and the Festival Queen Coronation – all to celebrate the Oklahoma Territory Land Run of 1889.
Over in the panhandle, the Guymon Pioneer Days Rodeo is draws crowds of thousands and features a Rodeo Queen Pageant and Pioneer Days Parade. While in Green Country, the Tulsa State Fair in September, features games, food, rides, agricultural exhibits, and live concerts for their 11-day event. Held in May, the Blue Dome Arts Festival is set in downtown Tulsa in the iconic Blue Dome District. Established in 2002, the fest features a 300-artist marketplace with jewelry, home décor, pieces of art, and local beers.
Plan a visit to Oklahoma City in September and make your way to the Oklahoma State Fair at State Fair Park. This 11-day extravaganza has been an OKC staple for over 100 years and brings in more than one million attendees each year. The Oklahoma State Fair features everything from Disney on Ice, concerts, amusement rides, special events, car shows, craft fair, and of course, the Oklahoma Rodeo. Stay on the edge of your seat during bull riding, and be sure to catch horse shows and livestock exhibitions in Oklahoma City. Catch other fair events before and after the rodeo, including wine competitions, live music, and plenty of delicious fair food to fill up on.
A Sooner State must-do, the Tulsa State Fair is 10 days of family fun for visitors from across Oklahoma.
Held at the Tulsa Fairgrounds, the fair is a showcase for livestock shows – including horses, goats, sheep, poultry, and steer.
The fun continues with the competitive exhibits in antiques, fine arts, horticulture, hand arts and culinary creations. The free daily concerts performed by national headliners on three stages are a highlight for fair visitors.
Adults enjoy the International Beer Garden, Wine Garden Oasis, Budweiser Beer Garden and the OK State Picking & Fiddling Championships.
The whole family has fun watching the PRCA Rodeo, as well as riding the more than 50 rides.