Guide to Family-Friendly Spring Festivals in OKC

Spring Festivals - 89er Days

OKC Family-Friendly Spring Festivals 

Birds are singing and spring is springing! The sun is gracing us with its presence for longer during the days, the trees are turning green, flowers are blooming, so this means spring festivals are right around the corner! If you and your family love getting outside, good music, good company, good food, and loads of fun, then this list of family friendly festivals in and around the OKC Metro is for you! 

Edmond’s Heard on Hurd

When: Every third Saturday of the month from March through October
Where: 1 East 1st St Edmond, OK 73034
Heard on Hurd is a street festival in downtown Edmond that features more than 60 retail and food vendors and 3 local, live performing artists! Enjoy food trucks, pop up shops, local art & plenty of activities for kids! 

OKC’s Festival of the Arts 

When: April 25-30, 2023 Tuesday-Saturday: 11AM – 9PM | Sunday: 11AM – 6PM
Where: Bicentennial Park: 500 Couch Drive Oklahoma City Oklahoma 73102
A tradition in OK since 1967, this is one of the most talked about festivals around! Festival of the Arts supports local artists through showcasing visual, performing and culinary arts. Don’t miss the amazing food, performances and celebrations only in OKC for 6 days! 

Guthrie’s 89ers Day

When: April 18th – 22nd
Where: Downtown Guthrie, OK
If you’re an Okie, you can NOT miss the 89er day parade and celebration in Guthrie! It’s Oklahoma’s oldest and largest parade celebrating the birth of Oklahoma. There is something for everyone between food trucks, carnival games, rides, a parade, and more! 

Yukon’s Festival of the Child

When: May 6, 2023 10am-4pm
Where: Yukon City Park 2200 S Holly Ave Yukon, OK 73099
Head to Yukon for a day of fun! You will enjoy pony rides, kayaking, crafts, inflatables, archery, petting zoo – the list goes on! 

The Paseo Arts Festival

When: May 27-29th 2023
Where: 3024 Paseo OKC, OK 73103
Visitors will enjoy almost 100 nationally acclaimed visual artists, who fill the Historic Paseo Arts District with original artwork: everything from painting, ceramics and photography to woodworking, glass, sculpture and jewelry. Live music, food & drinks are sure to please everyone! 

Other Spring Festivals in Surrounding Areas

If you’d like to take a day trip or plan a weekend getaway and enjoy some other festivals, you might be interested in these within driving distance:

Botanica Blooms
Tulsa, OK: March 16 – April 16, 2023

Norman Music Festival
Norman, OK: April 27-29, 2023

Strawberry Festival
Stilwell, OK: May 13, 2023

Azalea Festival
Muskogee, OK: April 1 – 20, 2023

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Shelby is a wife and mom of 2 boys, Foster (2016) & Fowler (2018). She recently opened a real estate brokerage and is a work from home Broker who loves documenting her real life Real Estate adventures with babies in tow. She has a love of helping people and putting a smile on their face whenever she can. She never takes life too seriously, and can find humor in just about anything (even if that's cleaning up baby blowouts on her lap in the backseat in between home showings). Formerly a Heritage Hall preschool teacher, she enjoys spending her free time at home doing learning activities with her kids that fill the teacher part of her heart. If she's not playing with her boys or selling homes, you can find her doing home projects with her husband Jacob at their farmhouse in Guthrie!

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