The 38th Annual Red Earth Festival

    This juried art market features original art by Native artisans at the National Cowboy Museum and Western Heritage Center located in north Oklahoma City. Festival guests will experience the artistic creations of some of America’s most celebrated artists as they offer for sale exquisite examples of contemporary and traditional paintings, beadwork, basketry, jewelry, pottery, sculpture, graphics and cultural attire. Native dance presentations and musical performances will be featured throughout weekend celebrations.

    Cradleboard by Festival Artist Darius Charley

    March 22nd - 24th, 2024

    10am - 5pm Daily

    Festival Schedule
    • Special Dance Performances

      Native dance presentations and musical performances

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    • Demonstrations & Lectures

      Hear stories and learn techniques from the master artists

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    Buy your tickets at the Gate!

    $15 per person for the day

    Children 6 and under are free with a paid adult

    The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is a world class facility and is located just minutes from downtown OKC. We know you will be pleased with the festival location in this magnificent property.

    In addition to the thousands from throughout the country who attend our event, the Museum has an illustrious membership and will attract a broad audience of guests and art collectors during the weekend.

    National Cowboy Museum Website


    The Chickasaw Nation • Oklahoma Arts Council • National Endowment for the Arts • Allied Arts • Vickie Norick• Kirkpatrick Family Fund • OKC Convention & Visitors Bureau • Oklahoma's News 4 • Chickasaw Community Bank • TFCU