Oklahoma City Spring Events You Don’t Want to Miss

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The weather is heating up and so are the spring events and activities in Oklahoma City. Fire up your RV and cruise to the city for these three must-visit outdoor events happening around town this April.

Norman Music Festival

Norman, Okla., is located just 20 miles south of downtown Oklahoma City, and it’s worth making the short drive for the Norman Music Festival. This annual event features more than 100 rock and roll bands ranging from local favorites to some of the biggest names in the industry. The live music will play from April 21 to 23, and visitors can take part in a number of other activities, including craft booths, poetry slams, an art festival and so much more.

Festival of the Arts

The Festival of the Arts is one of Oklahoma City’s longest running festivals. Join the community to celebrate culinary arts, visual arts and performing arts from April 19 through 24 in Downtown OKC at Bicentennial Park. More than 500 artists are submitting work for a festival jury, 31 food vendors will be onsite and roughly 300 entertainers will be donating performances to the festival. And don’t forget to bring your kids, because action-packed kids activities will be taking place every day of the event.

Oklahoma City Dodgers Games

The Oklahoma City Dodgers will play their first home game on Friday, April 15, but the games continue through spring and summer with outdoor fun for the entire family. Your kids will love rooting on the home team and becoming lifetime fans of the OKC Dodgers. Log onto the team’s website to purchase tickets and view their spring schedule today.

Find Your Dream RV

Start the spring RV season off right with a top-quality new or used RV from Leisure Time RV in Oklahoma City. Our lot is loaded with the deeply discounted RVs to help you get on the road more often this spring and summer.

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