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Oklahomans Come Together to Camp4Moore: 24 Hours, 27 Local Bands, and Peace & Love Toward Tornado Relief

Kerry Myers Published: July 9, 2013


OKLAHOMA CITY.  FUN PR, a new creative PR agency dedicated to creating cool events to help fund local needs will launch the First Annual OKWOODSTOCK Music & Camping Festival this summer.  This effort, also known as “Camp4Moore, is designed to be a state-wide event and will take place on August 3rd-4th at Sparks America Campgrounds in Sparks, OK.  OKWOODSTOCK will feature 27 of the most popular Oklahoma bands/artist all on 1 stage throughout a 24 hour period.


OKWOODSTOCK13 will also include an eclectic assortment of food vendors, outdoor bars,  environmental friendly clothing vendor, Kynd Clothing, art by The Society (The Plaza District), a morning yoga session hosted by Barre3 Midtown-which uses a combined method of yoga, pilates, and ballet-overnight camping, and a campfire after-party in the woods with a DJ (The Wuwus).  Sparks America Campgrounds is a fully equipped campground known for hosting the best parties for thousands of visitors who want to experience the great outdoors. The campground is an oasis comprised of over 100 acres of rolling land in Sparks, Oklahoma-which is an hour away from Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Stillwater-all areas that attendees are expected to come from.


“I wanted to create an organization that helps make sure that our non-profits are as buzz-worthy as our economy and local businesses” said co-founder Martin Jacobs, “I believe we’re only as strong as our community who values helping where there’s a need and right now many Oklahomans still need our help with the devastation the recent tornadoes have caused, so we’ve partnered with The Red Cross to help provide that support.”


75% of the ticket proceeds from OKWOODSTOCK will be donated to The Red Cross of Central & Western Oklahoma. Tickets are on sale online at and at the event’s community partner locations which include Café Evoke in Edmond, Hoboken Coffee in Guthrie, Barre3 in Midtown, The Society and Velvet Monkey (both in the Plaza District), and Foolish Things Coffee in Tulsa,


More information at Plus, follow @FunPR on Twitter for all the latest OKCWOODSTOCK13 updates.



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