Arts & Entertainment
Oklahoma is a young state, and we’ve earned a reputation as an innovative, entrepreneurial place. We’ve seen significant growth and change since the ’90s: adding attractions and outdoor activities, reinvigorating cities and neighborhoods, even bringing in our first major professional sports team, the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Our two largest metros are growing – economically, culturally and socially – and they’re surrounded by unique small towns with big personalities. Oklahomans in general are welcoming people – friendly, laid-back and good-natured – and we’re famous for our hospitality.
Our thriving arts districts are accompanied by architectural marvels, world-class theaters, a nationally renowned zoo, music venues big and small, more than 300 museums, and nearly 30 craft breweries.
deadCENTER Film Festival
Since 2001, deadCENTER Film Festival in Oklahoma City has evolved into the premier film festival in the state. It’s an international festival boasting more than 1,400 films, ranked as one of the “20 Coolest Film Festivals in the World” by MovieMaker magazine. It also gives local filmmakers a platform to showcase their work.
Tulsa Tough is a three-day cycling festival in downtown Tulsa. From extremely competitive races featuring some of the sport’s top cyclists to casual, family-friendly races, the event has something for riders of every age and skill level. The festival also has a bit of a wild hair, offering a taste of Tulsa’s free spirit and eclecticism.
This music festival brings internationally acclaimed classical musicians, as well as jazz, pops and Broadway artists, to Bartlesville for a multi-day event. The event also features fascinating lectures discussing history, architecture and culture; kid-friendly activities; and great food.
Oklahoma’s diverse landscapes and cities will quench your thirst for adventure and outdoor recreation.
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