Entertainment & Family Fun

Block Party

6pm – 10pm

Friday Night Block Party

We're having a Block Party for two nights! 

Food trucks, kids activities, and live music featuring Broken Aces on Friday night and Whiskey Poet Society on Saturday. Fun for the whole family!

The Carnival will be open both evenings, too.


On stage at 7pm

Broken Aces



A tallented band for your Friday night enjoyment.

Whiskey Poet Society Red Dirt Country Music Band


On stage at 7pm

Whiskey Poet Society

We're proud to feature this great band that will be performing at our Saturday night Block Party.

The Whiskey Poet Society has a traditional country sound with a little red dirt thrown in and brings their own unique style of original music. They have opened for acts such as Jason Boland and their song "Grand Lake" even aired during the opening day take off at Bassmasters.

An awesome band for your Saturday night entertainment.

Food Truck Row

Friday, June 18th 6-10 pm – Saturday, June 19th 9 am-10 pm

Food Truck Row

Fair food, gourmet treats, and festival favorites –  there will be something yummy for everyone’s delight at Food Truck Row near Center Stage



Thursday-Friday 5-10pm & Saturday 12-10pm

Location: South Park

Carnival by Pride Amusements

We reached out to the folks at Pride Amusements for pricing information:

Individual tickets are $1 and each ride will take 3 or 4 tickets. Unlimited ride wristbands will also be available for riders at least 38” tall for $25 per 5-hour session.
Balloon man

Friday, June 18th - 6-10 pm

Saturday, June 19th - 9 am-10 pm

Kids Zone

There will be lots fun for families near Food Truck Row and Center Stage with a variety of free family games as well as a balloon artist, face painting, and other vendor attractions for kids.

Eastern Trails Museum


Open 10:00 AM-3:00 PM

Eastern Trails Museum Open House

The staff and volunteers of the Eastern Trails Museum will be hosting an Open House during the festival. Enjoy exploring some of the history of Northeastern Oklahoma: Indian Territory and the Cherokee influence, military history and the Civil War Battle of Cabin Creek, ranching, mercantile, homecraft, rural schools and more.

215 E. Illinois Ave. (Behind the Library)

Serving refreshments along with guided or self-guided tours. 

Saturday, June 15th
11 am-1 pm

Aesop and the Fables

Back by popular demand, the Eastern Trails Museum presents, “Aesop and the Fables”, a local tribute band of the 1960s. This live music event will be held in the courtyard of the Maurice Haynes Municipal Building which houses the Vinita Public Library and Eastern Trails Museum. Grab lunch from a food truck and head over to the shaded courtyard for this musical treat.


Saturday, June 18th – 9 am-5 pm


Make it Move! Bring your own remote-controlled cars and see how fast you can complete the mini-road race and obstacle course. Kids of all ages are invited to check out the free science, technology, engineering, art, and math activities related to cars, wheels, gears, and motion. Stations will be set up in the Vinita Breezeway and staffed by local volunteers.