Red Earth Festival in full swing in Oklahoma City; Experience the beauty of the Native American culture

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OKLAHOMA CITY -The 28th annual Red Earth Festival is in full swing at Remington Park located in Oklahoma City.

A large crowd of people could be seen enjoying beautiful arts, crafts, music, dancing and food.

More than 1,200 Native American arts, dancers, and singers from across North America celebrate their rich heritage at this exciting festival.

The Red Earth Festival continues through Sunday at the Cox Convention Center.

Below are some photos of the festival including some of the great art work that can be seen throughout the festival:


USA TODAY has named the Red Earth Festival one of 10 Great Places to Celebrate American Indian Culture.The Festival has twice been named Oklahoma’s Outstanding Event by the Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department, a Top 100 Event in North America by the American Bus Association, and Central Oklahoma’s Outstanding Cultural Tourism Event by Frontier Country Marketing Association.

The Festival continues Friday and Saturday from 10-7 pm.

To celebrate the Red Earth Festival, a parade will fill the streets with hundreds of entries scheduled Friday morning June 6 in downtown Oklahoma City.  A procession of entries representing nearly 100 nations, bands and tribes with men, women and children in full tribal regalia will parade the streets making the Red Earth Parade one of America’s most unique.


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