Festivals - City of Yukon

Festivals

  • January – Jackie Cooper Gym

    Yukon Parks and Recreation is looking for the fastest babies in town! The Baby Crawl is open to babies 6-14 months old. Babies must crawl in the Baby Crawl.  The Toddler Trot is open children up to 18 months of age and starts at 11:30 a.m.  Children must walk or run in the Trot. FREE to enter!

  • January/February – Dale Robertson Center (CANCELED FOR 2021)

    This is a wonderful opportunity for little girls to get dressed up and enjoy a special evening of fun with Dad or a father figure! Three dances are available for the young ladies.

  • February – Dale Robertson Center (CANCELED FOR 2021)

    Satisfy your sweet tooth at the annual Yukon Chocolate Festival – Affair Extraordinaire.  This indulgent festival hosts over 20 chocolate booths, a silent auction, and awards for best tasting chocolate and best booth décor!

  • First Saturday in March – Dale Robertson Center Pond

    Come catch a Rainbow Trout or Golden Trout at the Dale Robertson Center Pond. Adults must be accompanied by a child. If you catch a Golden Trout, you automatically win a $25 gift card! FREE to enter!

  • March – Dale Robertson Center

    Save up your appetite!  During this mouthwatering event, tickle your taste buds with signature dishes from over 20 local restaurants. From appetizers to main courses to desserts, Taste of Yukon is guaranteed to satisfy your hunger.

  • Saturday before Easter - Mollie Spencer Farm

    Two egg hunts, lamb petting zoo, face painting, train rides and so much more fun for the entire family!

  • April - Various Locations

    Calling all adults 50 years of age or older! Give it all you’ve got in the Annual Olympic style Senior Games Competition!  Yukon Senior Games offers an opportunity for everyone to participate with over 40 events in 13 categories.

  • April - Mollie Spencer Farm

    The Highlands of Scotland travel to Yukon for one special weekend of family fun with Celtic flair. This celebration features authentic Scottish dancing, music, food, genealogy services, merchandise and the historical highland game competitions.

  • First Saturday in May – City Park

    This award-winning, family-friendly festival is the day for children to shine.  Over 50 areas of FUN include kayaking, pony rides, painting, wood art, storytelling, crafts and more!   Over 40 volunteer organizations will be on hand to make this a fun and special day!

  • First Saturday in June – Mollie Spencer Farm

    The family-oriented event celebrates the western history of the famous Chisholm Trail. Headlining the Chisholm Trail Festival is Americas Favorite Wild West Show. The festival is also filled with living history re-enactors of the Old West, a variety food trucks, contests, gunfights, food vendors, craft booths, the Kids Korral, pony rides, and a petting zoo.

  • Thursdays, June-August - Chisholm Trail Park

    Come enjoy FREE music every Thursday at Chisholm Trail Park. Concessions, which help keep the concerts free, will be available for purchase.

  • July 3 – Veterans Tribute - Chisholm Trail Park

    This kickoff event of Freedom Fest is held in honor of all veterans. Everyone is invited to this celebration of veterans with food trucks, FREE entertainment, and a spectacular fireworks show!
    FREE to attend!

  • July 4 – City Park & Chisholm Trail Park

    The annual celebration is held at Yukon City Park, 2200 S. Holly, and Chisholm Trail Park, 500 W. Vandament. Both parks interconnect, creating a 100-acre fun zone. Giant fireworks shows start at 10 p.m., so bring your family, lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy!
    FREE to attend!

  • Thursday before Labor Day - Downtown Yukon

    Celebrate the Mother Road with great quality music, food trucks, and plenty of fun activities for all ages in downtown Yukon from 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm. Whether you’re a die-hard red dirt or country music fan or just looking for a fun night out with friends or family, Rock the Route brings something for everyone.

  • First Saturday in November - Dale Robertson Center

    The festival features over 45 crafters, the popular Pumpkin Patch Café, the Friends of the Park Bake Sale and the Friends of the Library Book Sale, just next door.

    FREE admission!

  • Opens the Saturday before Thanksgiving through December 31
    6:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. nightly
    Freedom Trail Playground, City & Chisholm Trail Parks

    Christmas in the Park is Oklahoma’s premiere Christmas lights tour. Drive, walk, or ride the Santa Express Train ($3/person) along miles of illuminated fun to enjoy a beautiful presentation of light, movement, and music. Included are over 500 lighted displays and over 4.5 million Christmas lights twinkling across 100 acres of three interconnecting city parks. FREE admission!

  • December – Yukon Fine Arts Auditorium

    The Oklahoma City Philharmonic presents one of Yukon’s favorite traditions! The ‘Sounds of the Season’ holiday concert always features a talented star as a special guest!

Yukon is perhaps best-known for it's festivals. In fact, some refer to us at the "Festival Capital of Oklahoma." Plan your visit around one of our events and see why!