Looking for the best music festivals in Oklahoma in 2023? Well, you’ve come to the right place, because I’ve compiled a list of all the best music festivals hosted annually around the state.
From rock to blues, indie to pop, electronic to jazz, Dozens of Oklahoma music festivals of all kinds fill the calendar year-round. No matter what kind of music, dance, or concerts you are in love with, You will find an epic music festival with your name on it. And below is the list of the 12 best music festivals in Oklahoma.
1) Norman Music Festival 2023
Where: Norman, Oklahoma
When: April 27-29, 2023
The Norman Music Festival takes place during the month of April in the downtown historic arts district of the city. The festival was first hosted in 2008, it was a one-day event but since that time the event has grown to span two nights and one full day and night of music and arts. The best part is, It’s free! It’s organized for music lovers by donors who love music.
NMF features performers from several different genres in both indoor and outdoor venues. A list of well-known artists including The Jack Moves, Jabee, Black Rabbit, High Pulp, was featured in the previous years. The Drums, DIIV, Wet, Mothica, Fat Tony, are the headliners for the upcoming event. The event is the perfect blend of food, art, comedy, and a family-friendly experience.
2) The Hop Jam Beer & Music Festival
Where: Main Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma
When: May 2023
The Hop Jam is the largest craft beer and music festival in Oklahoma with thousands of people joining from near and far. The event is all about bringing people together to celebrate music. It offers a great environment for people to gather and enjoy the weekend for two days.
Apart from being one of the premier craft beer events in the nation, it features local talent along with national artists such as Hanson, Butch Walker, The Weeks, Phantom Planet, Jacob Travor, and many great international musicians. You will also be able to buy their merchandise during the event as well as online. While you’re there, You must check out some of the local attractions to experience more of Oklahoma.