Event Calendar

Medicine Park is quickly becoming an Oklahoma favorite, and we would love to see you at one of our events!  We regularly host music festivals, parades, and Christmas events, to name a few.  Take a look at our calendar to find an event that’s perfect for you!  All of our events are free and open to the public.

List of Upcoming Events

  • Park Stomp (POSTPONED) as of 3/13/2020. Check back for updates in the coming weeks.
  • Rock n’ the Park
  • Roots Ball
  • The Blues Ball
  • Medicine Park Art Walk/Flute Festival and KCA Annual Powwow
  • Christmas Carnival & Parade

If you are a vendor and would like to apply to be a part of one of our upcoming events, check out our application form below and then contact our Vendor Coordinator: Rodney Whaley, (580) 458-2596.

Vendor Application Form

Event Coordinator: Rodney Whaley (580) 458-2596.

We are beyond grateful and want to say “Thank you!” to all of our sponsors who help us provide such amazing events!  Sponsorship information can be found below.

Sponsorship Information

Park Stomp

March 14-15, 2020  POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE (3/13/2020)

Ending Spring Break featuring a jazzed-up version of Hillbilly bluegrass music presented live on the outdoor stage.

Fools Dozen Mountain Bike Race

April 3rd, 4th & 5th

Two days of mountain bike rides, races, music, and events featuring the Trails of Medicine Park.

The Roots Ball

May 22nd, 23rd & 24th

This event will feature live Americana/Roots music over Memorial Day weekend.

Rock’n the Park

July 3rd, 4th & 5th

The Medicine Park Birthday celebration combined with a festival celebrating authentic American Rock music featuring regional and local performers. This year will include a Jeep “show and shine.”

The Blues Ball

September 3rd, 4th & 5th

Our premier event that features live Blues music throughout town over the Labor Day weekend.

Artwalk/ Flute Festival & KCA Annual Powwow

October 9th, 10th & 11th

A two-day celebration of Native American Festival and Art Walk flute music, a juried art show featuring regional and local artists, and a Native Dance competition and the KCA Annual Powwow.