Popular Oklahoma festival is a finalist in national competition

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OKLAHOMA CITY – A popular local festival is gaining national attention.

The Red Earth Festival is held each year in downtown Oklahoma City.

Organizers say guests can enjoy one-of-a-kind artwork, dancing, food and children’s activities while embracing the diverse heritage of Native Americans in the Sooner State.

Now, the Red Earth Festival is gaining national attention after becoming a finalist for USA Today’s 10Best Art Festivals.

Visitors are allowed to cast their votes once a day until Monday, April 13.

The 10Best festivals will be announced on April 15.

The 29th Annual Red Earth Festival will be held June 5 through June 7 at the Cox Convention Center.

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