Paseo Arts Festival
This Labor Day Weekend, the vibrancy of Oklahoma City's Paseo Arts District intensifies for its annual Paseo Arts Festival – an OKC tradition celebrating 44 years of artistic acclaim in 2020. More than 60,000 visitors will experience the talents and tastes of this 3-day festival that serves as the Paseo Arts Association's largest annual fundraiser, supporting art programs and events in the Paseo year-round.
The Paseo Arts Festival features more than 100 visual artists, 50 musicians and 20 food and drink vendors, and the district's restaurants, galleries and other businesses will also be open during festival hours.
2020 Paseo Arts Festival Information
This year's Paseo Arts Festival will take place September 5-7, 2020, in the Paseo Arts District (between NW 27th and 30th streets on Walker and Lee).
10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
On the corner of 29th and Dewey, budding artists can explore the arts and create their own in the free children's area. It's the perfect place for kids to get excited for and inspired by art while immersing themselves in fun crafts, like clay sculptures, spin art and more.
Free parking is available at First Christian Church on NW 26th and Walker. A shuttle will run throughout the weekend from this point to the north end of the festival.
During the festival, 50 musicians and live performers of varied genres will entertain audiences across 3 different stages. Performer lineup coming soon!
The festival food court will feature 20 food and drink vendors with both traditional and non-traditional fare. Get hungry for corn dogs, funnel cakes and chicken on a stick, plus wraps, gyros, pork dishes and jerk chicken, which you can wash down with a delicious local craft beer. Food offerings coming soon!