From June 22-27, Festival of the Arts is back! Located in Bicentennial Park and Hightower Park (main stage), the festival again features visual and performing artists and more than twenty local food trucks in this five-day event.
Celebrate Pride in OKC from Friday June 25 to Sunday June 27 at Scissortail Park. Dress in your most celebratory gear for the parade, which runs all the way through the Arts District, starting at 10 a.m. on the 26th. Local shops are offering featured Pride items, and OKC’s finest restaurants are providing limited edition Pride-themed cocktails and sweets!
In Edmond this Thursday, June 24, enjoy the 2021 LibertyFest Concert in the Park! Visitors to the University of Central Oklahoma at 7:30 p.m. will be able to enjoy a free concert by members of the UCO faculty. Those who stay to the end will also receive free watermelon ice cream.
On Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 2 pm, anyone over 21 who wants to enjoy both exercise and alcohol can visit Oklahoma City for the Bikes and Brews tour. For $60 per person, a Ride OKC bicycle will be provided to each attendee, and the trip itself includes visits to five breweries over approximately three hours. Samples of beer, a behind-the-scenes brewery tour, and information about the city will be provided along the way.
At the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, on any day this week, you can see the striking and poignant work of American artist Fritz Scholder. Starting in 1967, Scholder worked to combine realism and spirituality to create artwork that portrays modern-day life for indigenous people.
Guthrie is hosting the city-sponsored “Red Brick Nights” early Independence Day celebration on Saturday, June 26. Starting at 9 p.m., attendees can enjoy food trucks, live music, games for kids, pop-up shops, and fireworks!