Woody turns 101 on the final day of this festival, a celebration of Guthrie’s influence on American folk and roots music. Guthrie’s birthplace of Okemah is flooded with thousands of music fans from across the country each year for four days of music, storytelling, and the great outdoors.
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Posted July 2nd, 2013 in Festivals, Free Stuff to Do, Music — No Comments
Posted June 28th, 2013 in Culture, Festivals, Food, Free Stuff to Do, Kids and Families — 3 Comments
Blackberry pie. Arm wrestling. Watermelon seed-spitting, a boot tossing, a raffle decided by a turkey. In other words, there’s more to Fourth of July in Oklahoma than flag-waving and pyrotechnics. Though there’s certainly plenty of those things, too.
Posted June 19th, 2013 in Attractions, Free Stuff to Do, Kids and Families, Sports, Travel — 2 Comments
You’ll discover pools with deep ends that beg for a cannonball and underwater somersaults; splash pads for sunning your shoulders and modeling your new flip-flops; and swimming holes and lagoons perfect for a game of mermaids with the kids, while wet sand massages the bottoms of your feet.
Posted May 2nd, 2013 in Arts and Theatre, Attractions, Date Night, Festivals, Food, Free Stuff to Do, How-to-Do-Tulsa Classics, Kids and Families, Music, Nightlife, Shopping, Travel — No Comments
Festivals are stories we tell about ourselves. When you attend a festival in Oklahoma, though your fingers might be sticky with powdered sugar from a shared funnel cake, you are taking part in an important storytelling endeavor. Festivals are stories we tell about ourselves. When you attend a festival in Oklahoma, though your fingers might…read the rest »
Posted May 2nd, 2013 in Festivals, Food, Free Stuff to Do, Kids and Families, Music, Nightlife — 6 Comments
A bumper crop of Cinco de Mayo festivals is about to fill your weekend with live music and plenty to spicy things to eat and drink.
Posted April 25th, 2013 in Culture, Date Night, Free Stuff to Do — 2 Comments
With stories by 46 acclaimed writers and new work by artists from across the country, Imaginary Oklahoma proves that our state is much more than a place—it’s an idea.
Posted April 25th, 2013 in Culture, Date Night, Free Stuff to Do, Music, Nightlife — No Comments
As part of the opening of the Woody Guthrie Center in downtown Tulsa, a weekend’s worth of free events will flood the museum with visitors, as well as Guthrie Green with concert goers.