In Bartlesville, the OKM Music Festival returns June 10-17. Renowned artists taking the stage include Canadian Brass, Dallas String Quartet, Tina Guo, Jenny Lin and a grand finale with Grady Nichols and Baha Men. For a full schedule of events, visit okmmusic.org.
In Tulsa, the Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission offers several events throughout June in conjunction with nonprofits and community leaders. The dedication of a new museum, Greenwood Rising, takes place June 2, and the dedication of historic Greenwood District boundary markers is June 18. Don’t miss Tim Reid’s Greenwood Film Series, running June 5 at Circle Cinema, and Tulsa’s Juneteenth Festival, June 19, hosted by the Black Wall Street Chamber of Commerce. Find a full listing of events at tulsa2021.org.
Tulsa Tough, one of Oklahoma’s most beloved events, returns June 11-12 after a year hiatus. Enjoy several cycling events and plenty of spectator camaraderie.
June is Pride Month, and both of Oklahoma’s major metros offer festivals. In Tulsa, the event runs June 25-26 at the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center, and in OKC, the event takes place June 25-27 at Scissortail Park. Enjoy music, parades, art and community.
The Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival returns June 12-13 at the Grand Casino Hotel and Resort in Shawnee. Visit the event to see more than 1,000 American Indian artists and dancers, and celebrate the richness and diversity of their heritage.