June Festivals and Events in Oklahoma

Published: 06/02/2022, 7:48 PM

(OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) Welcome the coming of summer with fun outdoor happenings across Oklahoma. Enjoy fun under the sun with live music, unique food festivals and authentic Native American events across the state this June. See our picks for this month’s top festivals below or browse through all June events to see even more. 

Magnolia Festival of Oklahoma - Durant - June 2-4

Held in the “City of Magnolias,” this annual event kicks off with a carnival followed by a variety of activities including a tractor show, Choctaw dancers, a 5K run and a spectacular fireworks display on opening night.

SunFest - Bartlesville - June 3-5

Oklahoma's largest outdoor picnic returns for a long weekend of relaxed, family-friendly entertainment. Bring the kids and enjoy children's games, live music, a car show and plenty of delicious fair food.

deadCENTER Film Festival - OKC - June 9-12

Held at multiple locations in Oklahoma City, the “dead center” of the United States, this annual festival highlights over 1,000 independent films from around the world. Don't miss the professional panel series, appearances by big name visitors and the annual screenwriting competition.

Rooster Days Festival - Broken Arrow - June 9-12

One of the oldest festivals in Oklahoma, Rooster Days features a large carnival, parade, live entertainment and more. Visitors to this fun festival will also enjoy a children's area, on-site food vendors and 20,000 sq. ft. of arts and crafts.

OKM Music Festival - Bartlesville - June 9-13

Enjoy a diverse variety of live music at this prestigious international event. Don’t miss the picnic-style concert at Woolaroc, folk and jazz music at the Price Tower and fireworks over the lake.

LibertyFest - Edmond - June 12 to July 4

Named by CNN and USA Today as one of the top ten July 4th festivals in the U.S., this citywide festival features the largest fireworks display in the OKC metro area. You’ll also find a carnival, food and live entertainment.

Jazz in June - Norman - June 16-18

Listen to jazz and blues under the stars at this free annual event in Norman. What began as a small festival in 1984 has grown to welcome 50,000 visitors for concerts and jam sessions by both up-and-coming and well-known performers.

Okie Noodling Tournament - Pauls Valley - June 17-18

Try your hand - literally - at the fine sport of noodling at this one-of-a-kind event. Even if you’re not ready to dive in, there are plenty of family-friendly activities, including live music, vendors and the highly anticipated final weigh-in.

Fort Gibson Sweet Corn Festival - Fort Gibson - June 24-25

Dive into bushels of delicious, sweet corn from area growers at this two-day event. Munch on smoked corn by the ear while browsing art and craft vendors. There will also be a rock-climbing wall, bungee jump, bumper cars, water slide and live music.

Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival - OKC - June 30 to July 2

Celebrate the richness and diversity of over 100 Native American tribes at this three-day event, which features a juried art show and market, dance competitions, demonstrations, and interactive activities for a well-rounded weekend of culture and heritage.


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