Calendar of Events / Things To Do In Oklahoma

Food Trucks on Film Row. Photo by Dennis Spielman

Oklahoma is becoming a place where people are no longer asking, “What is there to do?” and are now asking, “What shall we do?” To help decide what to do, Uncovering Oklahoma’s curated calendar of events features the best of the best unique events happening throughout Oklahoma. Whenever you’re looking for something interesting to do on the weekend or your day off, come here and find out what’s happening. Be sure to follow on Facebook or Twitter as events will often be shared there too!

Special Event Guides:
Valentine’s Day
Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday Events
St. Patrick’s Day
Earth Day
Cinco de Mayo
Mother’s Day
Father’s Day
July 4th
Halloween and Haunted Houses
Christmas Lights, Holiday Plays, and Winter Festivities Guide
New Year’s Eve Celebration Guide

To submit your event for consideration, click here.

Oklahoma City Pride Festival @ 39th District OKC
Jun 22 – Jun 24 all-day

The 2018 Oklahoma City Pride Festival will be June 22-24 in the 39th District at 39th and Pennsylvania Avenue. Consisting of a free outdoor concert and Block Party on Friday, June 22, Arts Festival June 22-24, and closes with the OKC Pride Parade on Sunday, June 24.

Join OKC Pride in a concert for the ages as they bring the community together to cheer and enjoy a night of entertainment, this event is free to the public and all are welcome. The concert starts at 6:30 pm and will feature Drive and The Bright Light Social Hour.

OKC Pride Festival - photo by Dennis Spielman

OKC Pride Festival - photo by Dennis Spielman

Expect a rainbow of color, showers of glitter and a great time for all.

More details can be found at

AMP (Art, Music, Power) Festival @ Fim Row
Aug 25 @ 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The So Help Me's at AMP Fest 2016 - photo by Dennis Spielman

The third annual AMP Festival returns to a new location in Film Row on Saturday, August 25, 2018. AMP (Art, Music, Power) Festival is an outdoor festival celebrating Art & Music created by women and girls. The all-day event will host all-female bands, female-fronted bands and solo performers, movie screenings, as well as a variety of artists/artisans.

The AMP Festival is an all ages event and is free to the public. Sponsorships will help produce the festival and a portion of the proceeds will go to OKC Rock N Roll Camp For Girls and Oklahoma City Girls Art School.

For more information what is going on is to follow AMP Festival on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and

Norman Film Festival @ Downtown Norman
Sep 15 – Sep 16 all-day

Norman Film Festival logo
The Norman Film Festival will be held on Saturday, September 15th, 2018. The festival will be held across several venues in historic downtown Norman, Oklahoma including the Sooner Theatre. The festival will screen local and international films in every genre, as well as provide a free all-ages educational program in the early afternoon with hands-on filmmaking exhibits, to create a truly immersive experience for festival goers of any age.

The festival will conclude with an awards presentation which will highlight special awards for innovation and diversity, as well as awards voted on by the audience and a jury of local film educators and critics.

If you or someone that you know is interested in submitting a film to the festival for possible screening, you can do so by visiting

Tulsa Pearl Festival @ Tulsa Pearl District
Sep 15 – Sep 16 all-day

The Neighborhood Team, in association with Be Love Yoga Studio Tulsa, is excited to present the Tulsa Pearl Fest: A unifying experience of business, art, and culture that showcases the Pearl District, local business, and the community. Come enjoy a day of drinks, brews, art, food, music, and shopping, organized in tandem with the neighboring Big Om at Home Yoga Festival located at Centennial Park.

End the night with an all-inclusive music festival as they shut down 6th street for the climax of the event.

Tulsa American Film Festival @ Tulsa
Oct 10 – Oct 13 all-day


The Tulsa American Film Festival returns October 10 – 13, 2018 with their 4th Annual showcase of feature and short films from across these United States of America. Join them for new independent works, with special focuses on Native American, Latino, Oklahoma-based, and student filmmakers; a curated lineup of regionally-relevant Classics; educational panels featuring professionals from across the industry; and fabulous parties each evening in celebration of the films on display.