Oklahoma Festivals & Events September 2020

Published: 09/02/2020, 2:11 PM
Edited: 03/11/2021, 10:22 AM
(OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) Enjoy a wide variety of live music across the state live streamed into the comfort of your home this September. Also, check out this month’s diverse cultural festivals including the renowned Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival.   Cherokee National Holiday Virtual September 4-6 Celebrate the 1839 signing of the Cherokee Nation Constitution with informative live streaming events, including the State of the Nation address, the Miss Cherokee competition, demonstrations of traditional games, an art show and much more.   Dusk 'Til Dawn Blues Festival Virtual September 4-6 Tune in to enjoy three days of regional and national blues acts during this time-honored festival. This year’s event can be experienced from the comfort of your home and features performances by Cecil Gray, Watermelon Slim, Tim Austin Mitchell and many other artists.   Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival Shawnee September 5-6 Celebrate the richness and diversity of over 100 Native American tribes at this two-day event, which features a juried art show, art market and breathtaking dance competitions. The Grand Casino Hotel & Resort in Shawnee is taking recommended COVID-19 precautions.   OKM Music Festival - Reformatted Virtual / Bartlesville September 5-10 Enjoy a diverse variety of live music during this primarily virtual festival. Watch free streaming performances by Tina Guo and the Dallas String Quartet, then head to Bartlesville to see Balsam Range with the Clark Gibson Quintet at Unity Square. Jazz in JuneTEMBER Virtual September 19 Postponed from earlier in the summer due to COVID-19, this beloved annual festival is offering jazz and blues fans an online experience this year. Tune into Jazz in June's Youtube channel or Facebook page for a live streaming event featuring both up-and-coming and well-known performers, including the Oklahoma City Jazz Orchestra.   Pumpkin Festival Claremore September 22 - November 7 Welcome the coming of fall with plentiful pumpkins, hayrides and wholesome activities at Shepherd's Cross, an authentic working farm. With both walkable and drive-through options for safety, visitors can enjoy the hay maze, create a scarecrow, visit the petting zoo and make lasting family memories. Festival in the Park Cushing September 26 Bring the whole family out to enjoy free rides and attractions, watch displays by a roaming magician and shop at the diverse vendor and food booths. There will also be live music, a chili cookout and hands-on activities. CDC recommendations will be followed including hand sanitizer, regular cleaning and social distancing.   Butterfly House at the Papilion Muskogee Through September 30 Get an up-close look at 26 varieties of beautiful butterflies at Honor Heights Park. In addition to the open air butterfly house, there is also a chrysalis house, a teaching garden with themed displays and a children’s area.     Check out all September events to discover even more: https://www.travelok.com/listings/search/15?region=&city=&start_date=2020-09-01&end_date=2020-09-30


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