March Events You Must-See in Oklahoma City


Oklahoma City is the place to be this March. Whether you’re interested in outdoor concerts, art festivals or an all-new exhibition at the famous OKC Zoo, you’ll find that spring is one of the best times of year to be in the city. The following are three events happening around OKC this month that you won’t want to miss.

Art Outside: Visit Terra

March is the last month of the year to enjoy the Visit Terra event at Oklahoma Contemporary’s Campbell Art Park. The park is located at NW 11th and Broadway in OKC, and is featuring massive pieces of art made from repurposed rope. The artwork, known as Visit Terra, is made of 1.4 million feet of reused lobster-fishing rope that has been colored with roughly 100 gallons of terra-cotta colored paint. The artwork is certainly a sight to see, and the massive winter-long event ends on April 1.

Big 12 Women’s Basketball Championship

The Big 12 Women’s Basketball Championship will take place right here in Oklahoma City this year. The games will be held at Chesapeake Energy Arena from March 4th through March 7th. Buy your tickets online at and join the hoards of fans supporting the country’s best female college basketball players.

Sea Lion Presentations at the OKC Zoo

March signals the start of all new seasonal events at the Oklahoma City Zoo. Starting March 1th, visitors will be able to visit the must-see sea lion presentations. California sea lions will be splashing throughout their habitats, and visitors can see educational and exciting presentations at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., nearly every day of the week. An additional sea lion presentation will be held at 2 p.m., on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The price to see the presentation is just $4 per person in addition to zoo admission.

Find Unbeatable Spring Deals at Leisure Time

March is one of the best times of year to purchase a new or used RV from Leisure Time RV in Oklahoma City. Stop in and see us to view our huge selection of deeply discounted RVs today.

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