Muscogee Nation Festival

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Event Details

Each year The Muscogee Nation puts on a Festival to celebrate not only our people, but our heritage and life; The Mvskoke way of life. We invite all people, locals and travelers, to join with us in celebrating our culture.
5K Walk/Run
All-Indian Rodeo
Art Market
Arts & Crafts
Children's Fun Fair
Fast Pitch Softball
Food Vendors
Junior Olympics
Live Entertainment (Free Concerts)
Gospel Singing
Senior Activities
Slow Pitch Softball
Traditional Games
Youth Basketball

Muscogee Nation Festival

Address : Claude Cox Omniplex, 555 Tank Farm Rd Okmulgee OK
Phone : 918-732-7992   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free admission and parking.

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