This Weekend in Central Oklahoma - April 7-9 - Central Oklahoma Frontier Country

This Weekend in Central Oklahoma - April 7-9

Posted by Sarah on 04/03/2017

Its officially Spring in Central Oklahoma, which means festivals and events galore! From arts, music and everything in between, there is plenty of fun in Frontier Country this Spring! This weekend in Central Oklahoma there are an abundance of activities to choose from. 

Junk Hippy - El Reno

Shop one of Country Living Magazine's "7 Flea Markets Not to Miss" April 7-8 in El Reno at Junk Hippy, and stay for a concert with The Great Divide on Friday night! Amazing vendors, food trucks, live music, and the BEST junk in Oklahoma!

Frontier City Opening Day - Oklahoma City

On April 8 Frontier City opens for its 59th year of operation and once again offers all of the thrills, chills and screams.  Bring the family or just a friend and see all new shows, enjoy the 2017 Summer Concert Series and rides, rides, rides!  Coming Summer of 2017 is the all new Gully Washer at Wild West Water Works!

Arts Trek - Shawnee

Head over to Shawnee on April 8 for ArtsTrek at the Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art. Arts Trek is a Free arts adventure for everyone! Come enjoy the art, music, performances, refreshments, and hands-on activities.

OKCPHIL Under the Street Lamp - Oklahoma City

Join the OKC Philharmonic April 7-8 for a PBS all male music sensation! Prepare for an electrifying evening of classic hits from the American Radio Songbook. This group is comprised of recent leading cast members from the Tony Award winning sensation Jersey Boys. They blend seamlessly with our Philharmonic to deliver a unique blend of tight harmonies and slick dance moves, all to your favorite Doo-Wop, Motown and old time Rock n’ Roll hits.

Make + Take Dreamcatcher at the Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City

Join the Oklahoma Contemporary on April 8 for a Free Family Make + Take Dreamcatcher. Artists will weave and bead their way to sweet dreams at April’s Make + Take. Our upcoming dreamcatcher art project will be taught by Native American artists Albert Gray Eagle and Victoria Nevarez.