Momentum: Tulsa runs April 2-23 at Living Arts. This interactive, multimedia arts exhibition features only Oklahoma artists, all ages 30 and under. Revisionist Future is on display through April 24 at ahha. The showcase highlights Tulsa’s community of black entrepreneurs and strives to spread a message of inclusion.

If you’d prefer to stay home, Signature Symphony walks patrons through musical topics in the Connecting the Dots series, happening April 13 and 27. Visit to register.

Hosted by the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, Battle of the Bands runs April 29 at the The E.O. Food Bank Facility. Guests can raise money for families in need and enjoy a night of local music.

Enjoy the spring air at Germanfest from April 29-May 2. At 1429 Terrace Dr., the event offers delicious food, music and dancing. 

Norman welcomes the Medieval Fair from April 9-11, going virtual for 2021. Fear not, patrons can still discover the magic of times past from afar.

In OKC, the community comes together on April 19 at the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum for the Day of Remembrance. State and local dignitaries along with family members of those lost pay tribute.

The annual Azalea Festival kicks off April 1 at Honor Heights Park in Muskogee. Enjoy 40 acres of over 30,000 azaleas all month long. 

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