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Red Earth Festival

1 Myriad Gdns, Oklahoma City, OK 73102-9206
+1 405-427-5228
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Very good

Nice place to visit and experience native Indian dance and culture. Also lots of vendors to buy... read more

Reviewed 1 August 2017
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Really interesting

Although smaller than I expected, I loved every minute of it, from the parade to the art show to... read more

Reviewed 3 July 2017
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1 Myriad Gdns, Oklahoma City, OK 73102-9206
+1 405-427-5228
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Reviewed 1 August 2017

Nice place to visit and experience native Indian dance and culture. Also lots of vendors to buy stuff from. Many artists bring hand made jewelry and other items.

Thank kalpanalal
Reviewed 3 July 2017

Although smaller than I expected, I loved every minute of it, from the parade to the art show to the dancing. I really enjoyed the food, which was delicious and like nothing I have ever had.

Thank Joyce S
Reviewed 24 March 2017

if you want to learn the culture of Oklahoma, this is the festival you need to attend.. most if not all of hte tribes of Oklahoma and America are represented and the native american dancing is awesome.., must see

Thank GARY C
Reviewed 15 February 2017

The Red earth festival is a great example of what happens when people get greedy. When Red earth first started it focused on being a Native American festival comparable to any other in the country. The dancing catered to the participants and the art market...More

1  Thank ovation12
Reviewed 14 February 2017

Spent the day at RED EARTH and it was so much fun. The parade is very colorful and celebrates Native Americans. The festival booths offer a variety of handmade items to purchase. I recommend this festival.

Thank Craig T
Reviewed 22 July 2016 via mobile

We go to Red Earth every year that we can. My children have always loved seeing the native art. They also have a fun kids' area. Best of all of the native dancing. My little ones sit mesmerized for long periods of time, as the...More

3  Thank DukeOKC
Reviewed 19 May 2016

Don't miss this annual array of colors and culture. Teh paprade on Friday winds through the streets of downtown. Princesses and dancers show off their regalia. The Festival itself is filled with fine art, food and cultural demonstrations in a very welcoming and casual atmosphere.

Thank Jonna S
Reviewed 2 May 2016

It was a fantastic experience ..I recommend it to anyone anytime. It was majestic seeing all the authentic garb worn by the tribes and the dancing and chanting with the drums was amazing.

Thank gnetta
Reviewed 12 April 2016

I've been to the Red Earth Festival many times. Other than the year it was moved to Remington Park (bad idea) it's always a pleasure to attend. There is a wide selection of art and craft from sources you are guaranteed are authentic, and the...More

Thank SallyinOKC
Reviewed 24 March 2016

great displays of dancing and art and food. Well worth your while! Our family had a lot of fun there.

Thank Donnie4148
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Gena P
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Grace W
3 July 2015|
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Although the Red Earth organization normally conducts a parade in downtown OK City on Friday to begin the festival, the event I referred to was held indoors Saturday at the Cox Convention Center right after lunch. There was... More