Communities in the Oklahoma City Area
Although it is becoming more worldly thanks to an expanding dining and entertainment scene, Oklahoma City is still strongly influenced by its Western heritage. It is home to the world's largest stocker-feeder cattle market, as well as a variety of festivals, horse shows, museums, and more. The Oklahoma City Museum of Art and the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum are highlights of the vibrant arts culture. The annual Festival of the Arts in downtown Oklahoma City draws thousands of visitors. Other popular festivals include the H&8th Night Market street fair featuring live music and food trucks, the Plaza District Festival, and the annual Oklahoma Regatta Festival in the Boathouse District. The city's greatest asset is its people, including the recent influx of younger residents that gives OKC an energetic vibe that buzzes day and night. Tight-knit and friendly, no matter how cosmopolitan it gets, OKC will always be a small town at heart.