May 30, 2022
What are you
doing in June?
We are discussing some of the fun events happening throughout
Oklahoma during the month of June. If you want to find
something new to do this month, check out the show.
The route to World
Breaking ClassiC (WBC)
glory returns to the United States with
the World Breaking Classic USA open Qualifier 2022, where some of
the world's best Bboys and BGirls will compete for two automatic
berths to the WBC World Final 2022. Which 2vs2 duo will win $4,000
and a two-night stay in Eindhoven, Netherlands.
is northeast Oklahoma’s premier accredited destination
marketing organization. Housed at the Tulsa Regional Chamber, it
includes Visit Tulsa (leisure travel), the Tulsa Convention and
Visitors Bureau (hobby & professional events); the Tulsa Sports
Commission (pro & amateur sports events) and the Tulsa Office
of Film, Music, Arts & Culture (accredited film commission
& support for Tulsa’s creative industries).
Located in the Arena District in downtown Tulsa, Cox Business Convention Center
a modern and award-winning venue providing over 275,000 SF of
flexible event space, including Oklahoma's largest banquet
family friendly, free-to-the-public annual event providing
resources and information in a festival atmosphere. This event
features a plant-based food court, special presenters, vendors and
exhibitors and new in 2022 is a demo stage! Tulsa VegFest could be
considered the largest gathering of 100% plant-based food in
Tulsa is a city on the Arkansas River. It’s known for its art
deco architecture, mostly in the central Deco District. Landmarks
like the Philcade and Philtower buildings reflect a 20th-century
construction boom fueled by the prosperous local oil
in September 2012. Located in the heart of the Tulsa’s Arts
District in Tulsa, OK, this industrial square block was transformed
from an old freight yard to an inviting green space. Guthrie Green
is a community town square to celebrate the performing arts. It is
a source of health and wellness, ecological awareness, and joyous
appreciation of the arts.
Bob Chuckwagon Races
offers four days of exciting events like
none other in Oklahoma. Held in Wilburton, the event features a
concert and barrel racing on Thursday night, live music and pasture
team roping on Friday, followed by chuckwagon races on both
Saturday and Sunday.
small town with a lot to offer. Tucked into the scenic San Bois
Mountains of southeast Oklahoma, Wilburton is the home of Robbers
Cave State Park, where thousands of visitors flock each year for
camping, hiking, spelunking, boating, fishing, ATV riding, canoeing
and horseback riding at the Robbers Cave Stables.
Rooster Days Festival
in Broken Arrow, one of the oldest continually running festivals in
Oklahoma, for a large carnival, a parade, live entertainment and
offers both small-town charm and big-city amenities. Some of
Oklahoma's most scenic natural areas surround the community, making
it a top spot for outdoor activities, while its cultural
attractions draw people seeking arts and entertainment, especially
in downtown's Rose District.
The Okie Noodling
Tournament & Festival
is the event created for the
documentary Okie Noodling (2001) that started it all. This is a
once-a-year chance for noodlers and handfishing enthusiasts to
compete and meet-up in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma for the world's
largest noodling contest.
hidden gem in south-central Oklahoma. It is known for it's thriving
arts community, offering an array of museums and art galleries to
visit right in the heart of the historic downtown area. One of the
most notable museums in town is the Toy & Action Figure Museum,
featuring an impressive collection of novelties that attract
visitors from all over the world.
is a fan-run
multi-genre convention held annually in Central Oklahoma, founded
in Oklahoma City proper before calling Midwest City home from 2013
until 2018 and then Norman,
is just 20
minutes from Oklahoma City's Will Rogers World Airport and a few
miles south of the intersection of Interstates 35, 40 and 44.
Norman Must-Dos include world-class museums, Fred Jones Jr. Museum
of Art andthe Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History along
with the National Weather Center and the National Weather
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