The 38th annual Paseo Arts Festival will take place Memorial Day weekend: May 24-26.
More than 80 visual artists will fill the Historic Paseo Arts District, selling original art work in a variety of media, from painting and photography, to wood and jewelry. The Festival hosts dozens of musicians and other live performers on two stages, as well as a food court with traditional and not-so-traditional treats.
That’s not all, again there will be a children’s area where future artists can explore the arts and have fun while creating.
Each year, our Paseo Arts Festival draws some 60,000 people who come to enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of one of the city’s most unique events. This is the Paseo Arts Association’s largest annual fundraiser, so the Festival helps us support arts in the Paseo year-round.
DATES & TIMES: Memorial Day Weekend May 24-26.
Festival Hours Sat. and Sun., 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.; music until 11 p.m. On Monday, hours are 10 a.m. – 6 pm.
LOCATION: The Paseo Arts District is located between N.W. 30 and Dewey & N.W. 28 and Walker in Oklahoma City.
PARKING: There will be a shuttle service for Festival visitors running from First Christian at 36 and Walker, every 15 minutes until 9 a.m. Sat. and Sun., then Monday until 7 p.m.
VOLUNTEERS: The Paseo Arts Festival relies on the time and talent of volunteers. We can not do it without you!
Whether you are interested in helping with the Children’s Creation station, slingin’ drinks in our beverage booths, or ensuring that the participating artists are taken care of, we have a spot for you, your family and your friends.
To sign up, visit: signupgenius.com/go/805044EA9A72CA02-20141
For information, visit: thepaseo.com/
Call 405-525-2688, or email [email protected] .
Every year, The City Sentinel is a proud supporter of the Paseo Arts Festival.
Paseo Arts Festival May 24-26; We need volunteers!
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