You don’t have to be an Oklahoma City native to understand that the annual Festival of the Arts is the unofficial kickoff of spring in the metro. This year’s festival will be held April 23-28 at Bicentennial Park.
The Festival of the Arts in Oklahoma City is one of the largest, most successful and best organized festivals in the country and the story of how the Festival of the Arts came to be is a true masterpiece.
Have you seen this month’s “What to do in OKC” video from our colleagues at the OKC CVB?
We’re pretty fond of art here in OKC, and nowhere is that more apparent than the Paseo Arts District.
The arts scene in Oklahoma City is healthy, flourishing and full of surprises.
For more than two decades, Opening Night has been the place to ring in the New Year in Oklahoma City. Put on by Arts Council Oklahoma City, Opening Night features great food and music for the whole family in Downtown OKC.
Brewfest, an annual showcase of Oklahoma breweries, is a great chance to sample the newest stuff from your favorite brewers.