The third annual Mid-America Street Fest is a community event hosted by the Midwest City Parks and Recreation Department.

It will take place on Saturday, October 15, 2016 at the Charles J. Johnson Central Park in Town Center Plaza located at SE 29 and Mid-America Boulevard in Midwest City. 

The family-friendly event, with activities for all ages, will begin at 11 a.m. and close at 6 p.m. Admission to the event is free and open to the public. Tickets for games and rides can be purchased for $1 each or an all-day wristband is $18, each additional wristband is $14. Pony rides will be available for $4.  

Some activities will include: live entertainment, food trucks and pop up shops from local vendors offering jewelry, crafts, wine and more. Children can enjoy free events and activities such as the Rose State College arts and crafts tent, Boy Scouts’ monkey bridge and a safari petting zoo. Some Carnival rides include: Alpine Air, V4 Ultimate Bungee and Stunt Jump.

Live entertainment from local Oklahoma musicians will take the stage beginning at 11 a.m.

“The Mid-America Street Fest is one of my favorite events because it brings a unique element and attraction to our community for our residents and those in the surrounding metro to enjoy. We work hard to provide some features that are at no cost to patrons, while those that do have a cost associated, it is as minimal as we can possibly make it. This festival is an affordable destination for families to enjoy all day long and make them proud to be a part of our community,” said Melanie Voice, Midwest City Parks and Recreation Special Events & Marketing Manager .

You will not want to miss this event! Mark your calendar, gather up your family and friends and head on over to Midwest City for the Mid-America Street Fest. For more information visit midwestcityok.org or call 405.739.1293. 

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