Celebrating with free outdoor fun for the family, racing on the Oklahoma River and fireworks
The 2019 Oklahoma Regatta Festival taking place October 4-6 in downtown Oklahoma City’s Boathouse District will feature the new OKC Thrive Outside Expo, OCU eSports River Rumble, racing on the Oklahoma River and RIVERSPORT Adventures!
Families are invited to the free OKC Thrive Outside Expo featuring outdoor activity booths with hiking, climbing, biking, archery and more taught by Women Who Hike, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, National Park Service, OKC Bike Club, RIVERSPORT OKC’s Stinchcomb Wildlife Experience, Threshold Climbing, Fitness & Yoga and more.
Experience the high-stakes world of eSports at Oklahoma City University’s first eSports River Rumble, presented by Chad and Jessica Ford, inside Devon Boathouse. Watch top high school competitors, compete in the Super Smash Bros. tournament and meet international eSport professionals.
When the sun goes down RIVERSCREAM begins with the debut of Zombie Ztag 2.0 on the SandRidge Sky Trail. Zombie Ztag 2.0 is a proximity-based, tag-like game. RIVERSPORT OKC is one of six locations in the country to showcase the new technology.
The full schedule of events includes -
Friday, October 4
-OGE NightSprints, 4pm-10pm
-Fireworks after racing
Saturday, October 5
-OCU eSports River Rumble, 10am-10pm
-OCU Head of the Oklahoma, 10am-5pm
-Whitewater Rafting League Championships, 11am
-RIVERSPORT Rapids & Adventures, 11am-6pm
-OKC Thrive Outside Expo, 12-4pm
-OGE NightSprints, 6-10pm
-RIVERSCREAM Zombie Ztag 2.0, 8-11pm
-Fireworks after racing
Sunday, October 6
-OCU Head of the Oklahoma, 7am-1pm
Adventure Pass Specials
The fun continues with Oklahoma Regatta Festival pass specials at RIVERSPORT Rapids and Adventures. On Saturday, October 5, 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., RIVERSPORT Day Passes (regularly $49.99) will be $29.99. Adventure Day Passes (regularly $39.99) will be $15 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Parking is $10 and benefits the programs of the nonprofit OKC Boathouse Foundation.
The Oklahoma Regatta Festival is made possible through the generous support of the Chickasaw Nation, Oklahoma City University, OGE, Love’s Country Stores and Travel Stops, KFOR, The Oklahoman, Lamar Outdoor Advertising, Tyler Media, Oklahoma State University, Prosperity Bank, Kimray Inc., Coca-Cola, Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau, American Fidelity, Michelob Ultra, Inasmuch Foundation, Hudiburg Auto Group, AT&T, Chesapeake Energy and Don Julio.