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September Events in OKC

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Looking for something to do this September in Oklahoma City? Why not attend one of these events?

The Oklahoma History Center is hosting an event called “The Return of Elegance” all this month. It showcases 29 different evening gowns worn by top Oklahoma women from 1912 to 1985. A must-see if you’re into fashion.

While it’s not October yet, it is time for Oktoberfest in the Park at the Choctaw Creek Park. This event featuring German cuisine and beers takes place September 2-4 and 7-10.

Baseball season is wrapping up! September 2 – 5 is the last RedHawks game at the Bricktown Ballpark. They play against New Orleans.

September 3 – 5 is also the time for arts and crafts at the 33rd Annual Arts Festival Oklahoma at the Oklahoma City Community College campus. Lots of music, arts, food, and more will be for sale.

If you love a good story, don’t miss the Oklahoma City Storytelling Festival at the Arts Council Campus. The festival is September 9 and 10. Check out our in-depth article to learn more about it.

Love cowboys and the wild west? If so, check out Mustang’s Annual Western Days celebration Sept. 9 and 10. This free event features a rodeo, a parade, live music and entertainment, a car show, and much more.

Lyric Theatre at the Plaza presents “On the Eighth Day” by the Hartel Dance Group. This group, which has received top reviews in Europe, will perform on September 9 and 10.

September 10th is the 15th Annual Septemberfest at the Governor’s Mansion. It’s a free event full of interactive exhibits, activities for the kids, and more.

Love dogs? Don’t miss the Bella Foundation’s Annual Dog Walk in the Park at Duffner Park on Sept. 10.

September 11 is Grandparent’s Day. Show your grandparents how much you care about them!

Peter Pan is being performed at the Civic Center Music Hall on September 13 through 18th. Cathy Rigby returns to the stage!

The Oklahoma State Fair runs Sept. 15 through 25. See our guide to this year’s events.

Christian Kane (actor/musician and Oklahoman) performs at the Riverwind Casino on Sept. 23rd.

The Oklahoma City Philharmonic has its season opening on September 24. Violinist James Ehnes will be featured.

If you love tennis, you’ll want to head to the Cox Convention Center on Sept. 25th for the Oklahoma Tennis Classic.

Journey, Foreigner, and Night Ranger will perform on September 27th at the OKC Zoo Amphitheatre

If you love beer, you’ll want to check out ZooBrew at the OKC Zoo. Held on Sept. 30, this even features more than 30 different beers made by local breweries.

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