Exciting Summer Events in Oklahoma City


Summer is best spent in Oklahoma City. OKC is bustling with outdoor summer events that don’t end until the leaves begin to fall. Start planning your summer trip to Oklahoma City around some of these memorable festivals, activities and events.

Red Earth Festival

RV travelers don’t want to miss the 29th Annual Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival on June 5,6 and 7. This award-winning festival will take place at the Cox Convention Center, featuring American Indian performers, artists, a juried art show and market, an elaborate parade and the famous Red Earth Fancy Dance Competition.

Frontier City Concert Series

The Frontier City theme park isn’t just for kids. It’s one of the best places to catch thrilling outdoor summer concerts. Huge names will be visiting Frontier City this summer, including Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, the Charlie Daniels Band, REO Speedwagon, TobyMac and a number of other world-renowned artists and bands. The Concert Series will continue through August, so log onto the Frontier City website to plan your visit.

FAA Summer Movie Series

Families love the Free Summer Movie Series in Oklahoma City’s Boathouse District. The series kicks off on June 5, with the showing of Big Hero Six, and continues every Friday evening through early September. The movies are projected on the side of the Chesapeake Finish Line Tower, and attendees are advised to bring their own blankets and chairs; although, concessions will be available for purchase. Movies start at 8:30, so don’t miss these fun, family-friendly events.

Start Your Summer at Leisure Time

Summer is just around the corner, and that means its time to get your RV in top condition for upcoming adventures. Bring your RV to us at Leisure Time RV, right here in Oklahoma City, and our certified RV technicians will make sure you’re ready for another season on the road.

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