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OKC Spring Events

Celebrating spring in Oklahoma is one of the Oklahoma City movers’ favorite things to do. As the temperature begins to warm up, there is no doubt you’ll want to spend make the shift from indoors to the outdoors. Reacquaint yourself with the shiny bright sun and greenery of the earth! This year there are several OKC spring events to choose from that will allow you to enjoy the great outdoors!


As one of Oklahoma City’s biggest events, visitors flocking to this festival will be able to indulge in a variety of food, art and music. The Festival of the Arts, also known as OKC’s annual rite of spring, is set in the middle of downtown with a variety of artwork on display. The festival attracts over 700,000 visitors every year. Visitors of the festival will be able to sample an assortment of culinary delicacies as well as check out pieces from the local artists. It is also family friendly for those parents looking for fun, safe OKC spring events!


The Norman Music Festival caters to everyone’s unique music tastes with a diverse selection of entertainment. From hard core rock-n-roll to indie pop, festival goers will find themselves immersed in the sounds of music at this event! Every year, over 100 bands from a variety of genres and backgrounds unite in Oklahoma City to put together an incredible show. As both an indoor and outdoor festival, you will be able to travel from location to location, enjoying a variety of music, poetry and other craft arts!


Last on our OKC spring events list is the Southwest Street Rod Nationals, which highlights restored convertibles of the early 1900’s. From the 1940s Mercedes to a 1950s Chevy convertible, vintage car loving fans in OKC can enjoy the warm weather and view custom automobiles! Visitors can browse through over 1,500 specialty vehicles and even find parts for their own projects!

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