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Dancing Rabbit Music Festival

Dancing Rabbit Music Festival

If you’re into live music by local AND nationally known musicians, great food and a whole lot of fun, don’t miss the Dancing Rabbit Music Festival in downtown McAlester! Along with our list of incredible musicians, you can also find plenty of food trucks and beer gardens set-up between 3rd and 5th Streets on East Choctaw. And best of all, it’s FREE!

JULY 3: Band of Heathens and Josh Hass perform.

Dancing Rabbit Music Festival

Dancing Rabbit Music Festival

If you’re into live music by local AND nationally known musicians, great food and a whole lot of fun, don’t miss the Dancing Rabbit Music Festival in downtown McAlester! Along with our list of incredible musicians, you can also find plenty of food trucks and beer gardens set-up between 3rd and 5th Streets on East Choctaw. And best of all, it’s FREE!

JUNE 12: John Fullbright and Stephen Speaks take the stage.

McAlester-area

McAlester-area

Make sure you rise early and fill your belly – it’s going to be a busy day! Start off by getting the energy you’ll need by getting breakfast at Heavenly Delights Bakery. There, you can fill-up on biscuits, croissants, or maybe something a little sweeter … we won’t tell!

Next, let’s head out to the city with not one, but TWO downtowns for some morning shopping! Make sure you check out McAlester’s Choctaw Avenue for the newest trendy fashions, then venture over to Old Town for antiquing, browsing historical sites, and more!

Pete's Place

Getting hungry again? We’ve got you covered. Let’s head over for lunch in your own private dining room at Pete’s Place, in Krebs. Pete’s and several more Italian favorites are why Krebs is referred to as “Oklahoma’s Little Italy.” Once you’re full again, make sure to pick up some fantastic Italian merchandise at Lovera’s Market.

To finish up the day – decide whether you’d like to check out one of McAlester’s Museums, like the Masonic Temple or the Tannehill Museum – or if a gorgeous hike is more your cup of tea, head to Robbers Cave State Park in Wilburton.

Robbers Cave