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Red Earth Festival

1 Myriad Gdns, Oklahoma City, OK 73102-9206
+1 405-427-5228
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One of Native America's Best Art Shows.

Yes the Indians are on the war path...uh make that art path and display some truly outstand works... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2015
rodgerh957
America the beautiful.

I loved the music, the dancers, and the costumes. I am disappointed that it has become so small... read more

Reviewed 30 July 2015
cinnamongurl
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Yukon, Oklahoma
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Reviewed 5 September 2015

Yes the Indians are on the war path...uh make that art path and display some truly outstand works. Oklahoma's are proud of this event and it is a chance to visit with Tribal folks from Oklahoma and across the country. Traditional and Powwow dancing is...More

Thank rodgerh957
Reviewed 30 July 2015

I loved the music, the dancers, and the costumes. I am disappointed that it has become so small. Perhaps new blood at the leadership, but it is a wonderful event.

1  Thank cinnamongurl
Reviewed 23 June 2015

We didn't even know about the event until this year. We generally do the art market in Santa Fe each year, and this is a lot smaller venue. But the quality of the works was in general very good. Prices are less than half what...More

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Reviewed 31 August 2014

I hadn't attended this in years, probably 20 for a good guess. I used to live in Oklahoma and attended when I lived there back in the 90's when it was held in the convention center downtown. What a difference. I think I heard this...More

3  Thank camera_gypsy
Reviewed 20 May 2014

How awful it has been watching Eric Oesch and the Red Earth "commitee" kill off this event slowly each year. Red Earth was once an amazing weekend that everyone could not miss, but this year it is a mere art show with a watered down...More

4  Thank Stacey M
Reviewed 3 February 2014

Please stay for the parade and the festival. The artwork is amazing and the dancers are outstand.... always great food to try. Have fun and enjoy the colors, sounds and heritage of the Native people from all over the US.

Thank EmmaOKC
Reviewed 2 September 2013

This festival is held annually in Oklahoma City. Dancers, musicians, singers, and other artists from around North America converge on OKC for a two day festival full of parades, grand entrances, music, dancing, and American Indian vendors. I thoroughly enjoy sitting in the stands and...More

1  Thank Dave H
Reviewed 30 July 2013

Disappointed with how the phone companies and salesmen and junk samples crowd out the Native Americans. Yes the promoters of the festival probably make more money off the big commercial displays and Chinese made crap for sale, but people go to see Native America. We've...More

3  Thank corthay
Reviewed 11 February 2013

Didn't get to make this years Festival but this should be on everyones bucket list. To watch the "fancy dancers" is truly an amazing site. Even if one has been to Anadarko Village this is still a must see to experience Native Americans from all...More

1  Thank garnett h
Reviewed 3 January 2013

The Red Earth Festival is an annual gathering of Native American Tribes from around the United States. Taking place in Oklahoma City, it's a showcase for American Indian dance, music, art, and culture.

Thank Morris D
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Grace W
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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
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