• Justin Fortney

Guthrie in June has everything ... really

Updated: Jun 3


Let's be honest - June in Guthrie is shaping up to be ridiculous. Music, art, food, cultural celebration, festivals, museums, classes, rodeos, more music, more food, more fun ... keep scrolling to learn more about just some of the good times you'll find. Experience Guthrie in June!


 

Blowin' Smoke BBQ Bash

Saturday, June 4

Mineral Wells Park

noon - 3 p.m.

Grab a ticket and head to Mineral Wells Park to vote for your favorite bbq genius. If you love bbq, this is the real deal, and proceeds go to a great local charity. After you've enjoyed the afternoon at the park, head downtown for more good times at Red Brick Nights ...



 

Red Brick Nights

Saturday, June 4

Corner of Wentz/Oklahoma

5 p.m. - shopping, food trucks, kids area

7 p.m. - live music

Guthrie’s summertime good-time block party – Red Brick Nights delivers every first summertime Saturday, this month the date is June 4! At 5PM in historic downtown Guthrie you’ll find shops, vendors, food and kids’ activities, and at 7PM the live music begins, with Isaac McClung, Levi Parham, and Shortt Dogg on deck!

 

Guthrie Motorcycle Swap Meet

June 4 & 5

Logan County Fairgrounds

An entire weekend devoted to motorcycle enthusiasts at the Logan County Fairgrounds. Vendors, food, prizes, and more!

 

Guthrie Renaissance Fair

June 10-12

Cottonwood Flats

This Amazing Renaissance Faire takes place on a beautiful 80 acre site with jousting, raptor shows, dancing, juggling, magic, axe throwing, Scottish games, viking encampment, native games, food and much much more. Seems like the list of activities expands every day. Plenty of parking and convenient to downtown Guthrie.




 

Guthrie Antique & Vintage Market

Saturday, June 11

1st Street between Oklahoma Ave/Cleveland St

8 a.m. -4 p.m.

Outdoor market with so many treasures to choose from! Shop Guthrie all day, in the heart of our historic downtown!




 

Shelly Phelps & The Storm

Saturday, June 11

Pollard Theatre

8 p.m.

With gutsy, smoky vocals and intensely honest songs, Oklahoma City-based singer-songwriter, Shelly Phelps has an intimate connection with her audience; albeit with a theatrical flare. From bluesy power ballads to foot-stomping soulful rock tunes, her emotionally-raw storytelling fuels powerful performances as she confides candid tales, both tragic and transformative. Grab your tickets for fantastic show!


 

Hunt Brothers in Concert

Saturdays, June 11 & 25

Double Stop Music Hall

7:30 p.m.

You have two chances in June to catch some of the best bluegrass tunes around. The Hunt Brothers bring virtuoso string band talent to the Double Stop Music Hall on June 11 & 25, and tickets are only $15 at the door.

 

Guthrie Juneteenth Celebration

Saturday, June 18

Mineral Wells Park

4-10 p.m.

Join in on this special celebration at Mineral Wells Park, featuring food trucks, live music, games, and more. Music from Direct Connect begins at 6 p.m. at the pavilion. Come early to eat some wonderful food, enjoy browsing the vendors, and enjoy a beautiful afternoon at the park commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States! Free admission.



 

Uncle Zep in Concert

Saturday, June 25

Sticks-n-Stones Theater

8:30 p.m.

Hear all the Led Zeppelin classics in a unique setting. Bring a chair and some cash for food trucks. $20 admission.






 

Live Music at Mack & Ike's

Saturdays, June 11/18/25

8 p.m.

Every Saturday at Mack & Ike's Saloon you can find some of the best live music around. Grab dinner in downtown Guthrie, then finish the evening off right with great tunes from Noah Engh (June 11), Levi Parham (June 18), and Spunk Adams (June 25)



 

While you're in town, a guided tour is a great way to explore Guthrie ...




 

Are museums your thing? One of a kind options in downtown Guthrie ...




 

And let's not forget about expressing our artistic side with an art class or two ...




 

As always, the world famous Lazy E Arena offers events year round for rodeo and equestrian lovers ...





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