OKLAHOMA CITY EXPERIENTIAL MARKETING LOCATIONS
Below are a few of the locations and local happenings in Oklahoma. Because when choosing an experiential marketing event location we find it is essential to have as much information as possible about the location you choose.
A popular affair for over 15 years, and very busy event that is often sold out, the Chocolate Decadence event is one of Oklahoma City’s most anticipated events,
Dodge National Circuit Finals Rodeo
The championship event for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association's circuit, the Dodge National Circuit Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma City is one of the centerpieces of the ProRodeo season and one of the richest rodeos in the world in terms of prize money. Attracting more than 50,000 visitors each year.
Festival of the Arts
Known as Oklahoma City’s annual “rite of spring”, the Festival of the Arts attracts more than 750,000 visitors each year with the work of some of the finest artists in the USA, an International Food Row serving Indian, Mexican, German, Asian, and popular USA foods.
Red Earth Festival
Showcasing more than 1,200 American Indian artists and dancers from all over the USA and representing over 200 different tribes, the Red Earth Festival has become one of the most respected visual and performing Pow Wows in America.
Oklahoma State Fair
Attracting almost a million visitors, the Oklahoma State Fair is a wealth of attractions include opening ceremonies, performances by big names in all sorts of music from country to hard rock, Disney On Ice displays and performances.
Gazette’s Halloween Parade
A popular parade through downtown and midtown Oklahoma City, the Gazette’s Halloween Parade, also known as the Ghouls Gone Wild Parade, showcases more than 2,000 costumed participants attracting over 60,000 viewers.
Del City, OK
The Village, OK
Midwest City, OK
Warr Acres, OK
El Reno, OK
Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
Oklahoma City Zoo
Hefner Lake & Park
Paseo Arts District
50 Penn Place
50 Penn Place bills itself as the "most notable address in Oklahoma City." Located just across from Penn Square Mall in northwest Oklahoma City, 50 Penn Place is certainly one of the more distinctive shopping establishments in the metro. You won't find typical mall stores but instead visit the beautiful 3-story atrium mall for unique shops, food and art galleries.
Located along North May at NW 122nd, Northpark Mall has been in operation for more than 30 years. Though it's not even close to the status of a Penn Square or a Quail Springs, Northpark does have a several shops and boutiques of note, as well as one of the metro's bargain movie theaters. The mall has several well-known names such as B.C. Clark, Gourmet Gallery and Gymboree.
Penn Square Mall
Certainly one of Oklahoma City's most popular shopping areas, Penn Square Mall can be a nightmare at the holiday season. But it's also a spacious, comfortable shopping experience. Penn Square has all of typical mall stores, including the top anchors such as J.C. Penney, Dillard's and Foley's, and the mall has a quality food court and small movie theater.
Quail Springs Mall
Quail Springs is one of the largest in the state.
Colleges & Universities
Oklahoma State University
American Christian College and Seminary
Heartland Baptist Bible College
Mid-America Christian University
Oklahoma Baptist College
Oklahoma Christian University
Oklahoma City University
Southwestern Christian University
University of Phoenix
Sports Teams & Stadiums
Oklahoma City Thunder
Oklahoma State Fair Arena
Oklahoma City Dodgers
Chesapeake Energy Arena
Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark
Cox Convention Center
State Fair Arena
The Don E. Porter Hall of FameStadium,
Abe Lemons Arena
Some Local Neighborhoods
If you're looking to fill the day (or weekend) with family-friendly adventures.
An influx of Vietnamese immigrants in the 1970s transformed the area surrounding Northwest 23rd Street and Classen Boulevard into a vibrant enclave of Asian culture.
Revitalized. Revamped. And really cool. Located just north of downtown, what used to be the primary location for the city's car dealerships is now home to some of OKC's best local dining, specialty shops and more.
Whether you want to train like an Olympian or just burn off some energy, the Boathouse District along the Oklahoma River is a hotspot for outdoor recreation.
Once a busy warehouse area, Bricktown is Oklahoma City's hottest entertainment and dining district.
The Classen Curve district in northwest Oklahoma City is quickly becoming the place to dine, shop and play.
The Deep Deuce district of Oklahoma City is small but carries tremendous historical significance as a center for jazz music and African-American culture.
Oklahoma City's preserved film distribution district has been reborn as a creative hub on the western edge of downtown.
Midtown's mix of local restaurants, neighborhood pubs, unique shops and historic homes make it a great place to experience the best of OKC's recent urban renaissance.
Paseo Arts District
The Paseo Arts District is known for its eclectic art galleries (many attached to working artists' studios) and shops, as well as its cuisine and nightlife.
It's a little trendy, a little gritty and a lot of fun. If you're the sort that likes to check out the hip and happening, you'll find it in the Plaza District.
Home to a number of shops specializing in all things western, you can outfit an entire ranch (cattle included) or just find a new pair of boots and enjoy a great steak in Stockyards City.
The Western Avenue district boast an eclectic mix of local restaurants and bars, retail shops and boutiques, antique and furniture stores and fine art galleries.
Uptown is home to one of the latest neighborhood revitalizations in OKC. Anchored by the historic Tower Theater, you'll find great locally-owned restaurants and bars, as well as fun boutiques.