September Festivals and Events in Oklahoma

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Published: 09/01/2021, 2:59 PM

(OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) Enjoy a wide variety of live music across the state this September. After catching a concert, check out events large and small from the Amish School Auction to the Oklahoma State Fair! Take a look at 10 of this month’s top picks below or check out all September events to discover even more.

Cherokee National Holiday - Virtual - September 2-5 

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 - Rentiesville - September 3-5

Tune in to enjoy three days of regional and national blues acts during this time-honored festival. This year’s event will be held across three stages and features over 35 performers, including Selby Minner, Cecil Gray, Watermelon Slim and many other artists.

Rocklahoma - Pryor - September 3-5

Get ready to rock at this fun, annual festival featuring some of the top names in hard rock and heavy metal. The 2021 lineup includes Rob Zombie, Slipknot, and more than 50 other hard-rocking bands.

Amish School Auction, Crafts & Antique Show - Clarita - September 11

Pick up homemade baked goods, incredible antiques and artisan quilts at the Amish School Auction. Thousands of people seek out treasures from Oklahoma's Amish community at this exciting event that only comes around once a year.

Oklahoma State Fair - OKC - September 16-26

Bring the entire family to the state's largest annual event for midway games, thrilling carnival rides, exclusive live performances and endless vendors. Don't forget to feast on fair food favorites like Indian tacos, cinnamon rolls, corn dogs and turkey legs!

ScotFest - Broken Arrow - September 17-19

ScotFest is Oklahoma’s flagship celebration of Celtic history and heritage. Don’t miss the Scottish Highland Games, a strongman competition, traditional music and dance, and amazing food as you browse the variety of arts and crafts vendors at this three-day festival.

Pumpkin Festival - Claremore - September 21 - November 6

Welcome the coming of fall with plentiful pumpkins, hayrides and wholesome activities at Shepherd's Cross, an authentic working farm. Walk the hay maze, create a scarecrow, pet the animals in the petting zoo and make memories.

Kiamichi Owa-Chito Festival of the Forest - Broken Bow - September 24-25

This two-day event brings out canoe races, children’s activities and live music in a celebration of the beauty and heritage of Choctaw Country. There will also be exciting forestry competitions like axe-throwing and log-rolling.

Festival in the Park - Cushing - September 25

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.

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.

Find a full list of September events here.


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