On Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013, Oklahoma City’s Plaza District will come alive to celebrate local creativity with live music, artist booths, kids’ art activities, and a variety of local concessions at the annual Plaza District Festival.
The Plaza District Festival is proud to boast Oklahoma artists, performers and vendors only, a truly local event, according to the release. The festival is free and open to the public drawing audiences from across Oklahoma. Artists, vendors and performers interested in participating can go to www.plazadistrictfestival.com for more information.
The event will be presented by Fowler Volkswagen of Norman.
About the Plaza District
Located on the 1700 block of Northwest 16th Street between Classen and Penn, the Plaza District is a neighborhood commercial district boasting Oklahoma City’s local arts flavor. The Plaza District is home to art galleries, studios, retail shops, restaurants and creative services. Visit these local businesses owned by young, creative entrepreneurs and attend performances at the renovated Plaza Theatre for Lyric at the Plaza. Be sure to check out the artist-made retail businesses, a quality custom tattoo shop, a local salon favorite, and many shops for vintage and retro finds. This district, once blighted by urban decay, now boasts a renewed energy embraced by Oklahoma City’s youth and diverse culture.
For more information, go to plazadistrict.org.