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Red Earth in the Gardens
Jun 8 @ 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

Red Earth Festival in the Gardens

  • Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 8-10, 10am-7pm
  • Thunder Plaza, Southeast corner (Reno and Ron L. Norick Blvd.)

The 32nd Annual Red Earth Festival featuring native artists, dancers and singers from throughout America who will gather to celebrate the richness and diversity of their heritage with the world, and for three exciting days, June 8-10, 2018. Oklahoma City will be at the center of western and Native art and culture as thousands gather to celebrate the Native cultures that make Oklahoma unique.

New for 2018, the Red Earth Festival will expand into the beautiful Myriad Botanical Gardens, located directly across the street from to the Festival’s longtime home at Cox Convention Center. Hands-on children’s activities, special entertainment and food trucks will provide additional family experiences for those attending Red Earth.

Oklahoma is known for the 39 tribal headquarters located within its boundaries, making it home to more sovereign tribal nations than any other state in the country. In fact, the Oklahoma Department of Tourism & Recreation likes to point out that more languages are spoken in Oklahoma than in all of Europe since each tribe has its own distinct language. Sharing is what the Red Earth Festival is all about as representatives of nearly 100 tribal nations, bands and tribes gather in Oklahoma City to share their cultures during the award-winning Red Earth Festival.

Oklahoma’s capital city is ablaze with the fiery colors of hundreds of Native dancers in full tribal regalia fill the streets of downtown Oklahoma City to signify the official opening of this unique cultural festival during a street parade deemed “one of the most unique in America.”

A grand parade unlike any other in the world welcomes thousands as they line the streets during the Red Earth Parade, scheduled 10 am Friday, June 8. Parade participants in colorful regalia along with tribal dignitaries, princesses, floats, and other entries participate in the annual parade to delight of both children and adults. The unique parade route circles the beautifully landscaped, seven-acre Myriad Botanical Gardens – an oasis in the heart of a bustling metropolitan city.

 

 

Jun
9
Sat
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Red Earth in the Gardens
Jun 9 @ 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

Red Earth Festival in the Gardens

  • Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 8-10, 10am-7pm
  • Thunder Plaza, Southeast corner (Reno and Ron L. Norick Blvd.)

The 32nd Annual Red Earth Festival featuring native artists, dancers and singers from throughout America who will gather to celebrate the richness and diversity of their heritage with the world, and for three exciting days, June 8-10, 2018. Oklahoma City will be at the center of western and Native art and culture as thousands gather to celebrate the Native cultures that make Oklahoma unique.

New for 2018, the Red Earth Festival will expand into the beautiful Myriad Botanical Gardens, located directly across the street from to the Festival’s longtime home at Cox Convention Center. Hands-on children’s activities, special entertainment and food trucks will provide additional family experiences for those attending Red Earth.

Oklahoma is known for the 39 tribal headquarters located within its boundaries, making it home to more sovereign tribal nations than any other state in the country. In fact, the Oklahoma Department of Tourism & Recreation likes to point out that more languages are spoken in Oklahoma than in all of Europe since each tribe has its own distinct language. Sharing is what the Red Earth Festival is all about as representatives of nearly 100 tribal nations, bands and tribes gather in Oklahoma City to share their cultures during the award-winning Red Earth Festival.

Oklahoma’s capital city is ablaze with the fiery colors of hundreds of Native dancers in full tribal regalia fill the streets of downtown Oklahoma City to signify the official opening of this unique cultural festival during a street parade deemed “one of the most unique in America.”

A grand parade unlike any other in the world welcomes thousands as they line the streets during the Red Earth Parade, scheduled 10 am Friday, June 8. Parade participants in colorful regalia along with tribal dignitaries, princesses, floats, and other entries participate in the annual parade to delight of both children and adults. The unique parade route circles the beautifully landscaped, seven-acre Myriad Botanical Gardens – an oasis in the heart of a bustling metropolitan city.

 

 

Jun
10
Sun
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Red Earth in the Gardens
Jun 10 @ 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

Red Earth Festival in the Gardens

  • Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 8-10, 10am-7pm
  • Thunder Plaza, Southeast corner (Reno and Ron L. Norick Blvd.)

The 32nd Annual Red Earth Festival featuring native artists, dancers and singers from throughout America who will gather to celebrate the richness and diversity of their heritage with the world, and for three exciting days, June 8-10, 2018. Oklahoma City will be at the center of western and Native art and culture as thousands gather to celebrate the Native cultures that make Oklahoma unique.

New for 2018, the Red Earth Festival will expand into the beautiful Myriad Botanical Gardens, located directly across the street from to the Festival’s longtime home at Cox Convention Center. Hands-on children’s activities, special entertainment and food trucks will provide additional family experiences for those attending Red Earth.

Oklahoma is known for the 39 tribal headquarters located within its boundaries, making it home to more sovereign tribal nations than any other state in the country. In fact, the Oklahoma Department of Tourism & Recreation likes to point out that more languages are spoken in Oklahoma than in all of Europe since each tribe has its own distinct language. Sharing is what the Red Earth Festival is all about as representatives of nearly 100 tribal nations, bands and tribes gather in Oklahoma City to share their cultures during the award-winning Red Earth Festival.

Oklahoma’s capital city is ablaze with the fiery colors of hundreds of Native dancers in full tribal regalia fill the streets of downtown Oklahoma City to signify the official opening of this unique cultural festival during a street parade deemed “one of the most unique in America.”

A grand parade unlike any other in the world welcomes thousands as they line the streets during the Red Earth Parade, scheduled 10 am Friday, June 8. Parade participants in colorful regalia along with tribal dignitaries, princesses, floats, and other entries participate in the annual parade to delight of both children and adults. The unique parade route circles the beautifully landscaped, seven-acre Myriad Botanical Gardens – an oasis in the heart of a bustling metropolitan city.