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    Red Earth Events

    Oklahoma City's history is rich with Native American culture, and through various events throughout the year, Red Earth promotes the traditions of American Indian arts and cultures in and around OKC.

    In 2021, the Red Earth Museum & Gallery and its collection of more than 1,400 contemporary and historical Native American artifacts will return to downtown Oklahoma City.


    Red Earth Festival

    Red Earth's signature summer event, the Red Earth Festival, will be moving to a new location just outside of Oklahoma City in 2020. Experience the festival's 34th year at the Grand Casino Hotel & Resort in Shawnee, OK, from June 13-14, featuring American Indian artists and dancers from throughout North America who celebrate the richness and diversity of their heritage with the world.


    Red Earth Parade & FallFest

    A new cultural celebration is coming to the Myriad Gardens this fall! Don't miss the inaugural Red Earth Parade and FallFest on October 17, 2020, honoring Oklahoma City's Indigenous Peoples' Day. More information coming soon!


    Red Earth Treefest

    The Red Earth Treefest is returning for its sixth year this holiday season. From November 13-December 11, 2020, see handmade ornaments and art objects on Christmas trees from 18 Oklahoma tribes in an exhibit showcasing the diverse Native American cultures that have shaped our state.


    Pictures from previous Red Earth Festivals:
    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
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    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
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    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
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    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
    Credit: Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau