Guthrie, Oklahoma: a city of festivals
It's 89ers week, which means it's officially festival season again in Guthrie, Oklahoma! Mark your calendars for fun!
Oklahoma's '89er Day Celebration is an annual April event commemorating Oklahoma's first land run, which was held on April 22, 1889, opening the Unassigned Lands of central Oklahoma. This year the festival is April 20-23 with a carnival, food truck court, car show, rodeo, and more, plus a gigantic parade on Saturday, April 23.
The intersection of Wentz and Oklahoma Ave in downtown Guthrie becomes a wonderful block party the 1st Saturday of the month, May - September. Live music and delicious food that can't be beat!
An outdoor off-road event in Guthrie, Oklahoma for Jeep enthusiasts, spectators, and kids. Jeepers from around the region converge on Guthrie to test the dirt track and have the best of times with all their jeep enthusiast friends. See you at John Vance Auto group on Saturday, May 14!
Cottonwood Flats festival grounds are full of jousting, sword fights, archery, vikings, you name it June 10-12. It's a medieval extravaganza!
Cars, trucks, and bikes show off. One of the longest running car shows in Oklahoma - The 2nd Saturday in September at Mineral Wells Park!
Oklahoma's International Bluegrass Festival
The best bluegrass music in the world returns to Cottonwood Flats October 6, 7, & 8. Three whole days of live music, camping, and jamming!
Territorial Christmas Celebrations
Travel back in time to a Victorian Christmas! A lighted Christmas parade, Territorial Governor ceremony, distinctive homes tour, Victorian Walk nights ... experience the holiday cheer with a nod to the delights of yesteryear.
A Very Merry Guthrie Christmas
Fireworks, lights, illuminated Christmas Cruise, food vendors, and all the family fun you can stand. December 16-17 in Cottonwood Flats.