|F E S T I V A L S & C E L E B R A T I O N S
Guthrie Oklahoma loves a Parade, and we love Art and Artists
and Carnivals and Rodeos and we really love Bluegrass Music!
Throughout the year Guthrie is the place to be for Festivals,
Street Dances, Art Shows and the very best Parades!!
Make the Run to Guthrie for this exciting Festival weekend!
Famed fiddlers and banjo pickers from all over the country flock to
Guthrie every fall to be a part of Oklahoma's International Bluegrass
Festival. For three days at the end of September, die hard Bluegrass
fans and newcomers alike come together to enjoy the Byron
Berline Band and dozens of guest artists from around the world in
a celebration of America's Music ... Bluegrass. This year is the 21st
anniversary of OIBF and along with bands from Japan, Canada and
Finland, Byron Berline welcomes seventeen extraordinary artists
Cottonwood Flats in Guthrie is the perfect venue for the festival.
There will be food trucks, great Oklahoma weather and a warm
welcome from the people of Guthrie!
Join us in Historic Guthrie this Christmas to find new and exciting
ways to celebrate the holiday season! Our Territorial Christmas events
are at the heart of Oklahoma's traditional expression of the holidays with
all the flavor of the Territorial Days and all the excitement of the
We invite you and your family to experience the season Guthrie Style.
Join us as we inaugurate a new Territorial Governor and honor him or her
with a Lighted Parade. We'll light the Territorial Christmas Tree and sing
the carols you've come to love.
Tour our historic homes, churches and century-old buildings, have a cup of Wassail
and enjoy the hospitality of Guthrie residents who welcome you into their homes.
And...to top off the Territorial Christmas Celebration, stroll our streets on the two
Victorian Walk Evenings. Our merchants decorate their windows with live scenes
from the Victorian Era in Oklahoma along with entertainment and all manner of
Christmas Festivities designed to remind us of the good life in the Territory and
the seasonal celebrations of days gone by.
|OKLAHOMA '89ER CELEBRATION - EVERY APRIL
'89ER DAY PARADE
AND MUCH MORE....
|Remembering the Land Run - April 22, 1889
The day Guthrie was born!
We will celebrate during the week preceding
April 22nd, to commemorate the opening
of the Unassigned Lands and the Land Run
that established Guthrie as the First Capital!
The week culminates with the '89er Day
Parade, which brings hundreds of
Oklahomans and visitors into the downtown
Historic District to participate in and watch
this amazing parade!
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