One of the city's major annual events, the Arts Festival offers the best creations of both artists and local eateries. ... More
Festival of the Arts
One of the city's major annual events, the Arts Festival offers the best creations of both artists and local eateries. Open-air booths showcase hundreds of works by artists from across the country. Every style of art can be found from paintings to sculpture and jewelry to woodwork. Prices are a bit steep for some pieces, but there are works to fit anyone's budget. If art is not your thing, do not fear. Many come just for the food. For a couple bucks, you can feast on a meal from one of the city's fine restaurants that set up booths here. Admission is free. Held at the Stage Center of the Festival Plaza and the Myriad Botanical Gardens .
This is a must for anyone living in or visiting Oklahoma City. The Festival spans six days and features every kind of art imaginable, music on four stages, a dizzying variety of food in the International Food Row, and a great kids area. The best part- Festival admission is free.
The art prices range to fit everyone's budget- the Artist Market features reproductions of Festival artist's work for $60 or less. The Young at Art Mart lets kids shop for art, all priced at $5 or less. Food prices range from a couple of bucks up to $8 or so. The Strawberries Newport are a must.
It's a great place to soak up some culture- enjoy some of Oklahoma's best perfomers, and check out some great art. Perfect for people of all ages.
This event is unique and and exposes visitors to various arts. Food is really good. Must have the stew in the bread bowl. Be prepared to pay for the art though.
Lots to do and see. A great family environment.
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