As the days get warmer and longer with the oncoming of spring, Oklahoma will soon be blooming with its annual spring festivals!

Everyone across Oklahoma gets eager to get out of the house when spring rolls around. Winter keeps us cooped up for too long! Luckily, Oklahoma has some great spring festivals that allow for fun activities while enjoying the warm weather.

Oklahoma's best spring festivals offer everything from art to music to flowers to food. And the best part is that all of these festivals are family friend! So they're a great way to plan a fun family weekend outing to spend some time outdoors and enjoy each other's company while exploring some of Oklahoma's best spring festivals.

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Here are the best spring festivals in Oklahoma!

Guthrie Renaissance and Fantasy Festival - Guthrie, Oklahoma

The 2024 Guthrie Renaissance and Fantasy Festival will take place March 22, 23 and 24 in Guthrie, Oklahoma! The festival will feature several food and product vendors. Visitors can also enjoy multiple activities, including jousting, raptor shows, trebuchet launches, armored combat and bag pipes - plus quests, adventures and more!

Learn more on the Guthrie Renaissance and Fantasy Festival website. Or the event page on Facebook.

Tulsa Irish Festival - Tulsa, Oklahoma

Journey back to Ireland at the annual Tulsa Irish Festival! This year's festival will take place March 8-10 at the River West Festival Park in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Enjoy a weekend filled with Irish food, drinks, entertainment and more! Check it out on the official Tulsa Irish Festival website.

Festival of the Arts - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Hosted by the Arts Council of Oklahoma City, the Festival of the Arts has been taking place since 1967! It offers a weekend full of art, food and entertainment. This year's Festival of the Arts will take place April 25-28 in downtown Oklahoma City. More information is available on the Festival of the Arts official website.

Medieval Fair - Norman, Oklahoma

Journey back to medieval times at the Medieval Fair in Norman, Oklahoma! The Medieval Fair offers a weekend full of merriment where the kingdom comes alive with medieval food, merchants and entertainment. This year's Medieval Fair will take place April 5-7 in Norman, Oklahoma. More information is available on the Medieval Fair official website.

Tulip Festival - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Although it's only in its second year, the Tulip Festival at the Myriad Botanical Gardens in Oklahoma City has already become an Okie favorite! The Myriad Botanical Gardens are beautiful year-round in Oklahoma City, but especially so in spring with all of its tulips! Visitors will experience 50,000 tulip blooms in a myriad of colors. This year's Tulip Festival will take place March 30 and 31. More information is available on the Myriad Botanical Gardens official website.

Norman Music Festival - Norman, Oklahoma

Music lovers from all over Oklahoma flock to Norman, Oklahoma, in the spring for the annual Norman Music Festival. It's a weekend full of live music featuring local bands and musicians from all over. And the best part? It's FREE. This year's festival will take place April 25-27 in Norman, Oklahoma. More information is available on the official Norman Music Festival website.

Red Fern Festival - Tahlequah, Oklahoma

If you're a fan of the classic novel "Where the Red Fern Grows," then you'll want to check out the Red Fern Festival in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. The festival stretches out seven blocks in the northeast Oklahoma town and features 150 arts and crafts vendors and gourmet food trucks. There's also live music and plenty of activities for children. This year's festival will take place April 26 and 27 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. More information about the Red Fern Festival can be found on the festival's official website.

Azalea Festival - Muskogee, Oklahoma

Whoever said Oklahoma wasn't beautiful obviously had never been to the Azalea Festival in Muskogee, Oklahoma! It's a weekend full of celebrating the beauty of azaleas filled with garden adventures, various events and art. This is a month-long event in Muskogee taking place the entire month of April! For a full calendar of events, visit the Azalea Festival official website.

Chuck Wagon Festival - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Yummy days await at the Chuck Wagon Festival in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma! Hosted by the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, the Chuck Wagon Festival features art and cuisine of western and Native American Heritage. Chuck wagon cooks travel from all over Oklahoma and surrounding states to cook up their delicious cowboy cooking. The festival also features interactive activities, artisan demonstrations, western reenactors, craft stations, country and western dancing, live music and more. This year's festival will take place May 25-26 at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. More information is available on the museum's official website.

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