Muscogee Creek Nation Festival & Rodeo

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Annual celebration of the Muscogee Creek Nation that includes a powwow and stomp dance, entertainment, Indian art market, demonstrations and art classes, competitive sports, rodeo events and much more. Everyone welcome! 8am-10pm. Handicap Accessible. Always the 4th weekend in June.

Muscogee Creek Nation Festival & Rodeo

Address : Creek Complex. Okmulgee OK
Phone : 918-732-7992   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free Admission

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