Oklahoma City's Bricktown Reggae Fest

Caribbean Food, Drink Add to the Fun of Annual Festival

Bricktown canal in OKC
••• Adam Knapp

The Bricktown Reggae Festival, which began in Oklahoma City in 1995, is held annually in late July/early August and features many of the area's best reggae musicians performing live during the two-day festival as well as Caribbean/Jamaican food, drinks, and giveaways. It's free, and it takes place every year in Bricktown under tents at the corner of Reno and Oklahoma avenues in Bricktown, near Bricktown Brewery.

Take your own lawn chairs or blankets if you'd rather not stand. The gates open at 4:30 p.m. each day, and the last act ends at midnight. 

The festival was canceled for 2017 because of street construction in the area. Check the festival's Facebook page for information about future festivals.


While lawn chairs and blankets are encouraged, you may not bring in food and drinks. You also cannot bring your pet. Professional video or camera equipment and weapons are prohibited in the festival area.

Previous Performers

Reggae musicians who performed at previous Bricktown Reggafests include Bum Lucky, The Suspects, One Love Uprising, Preston Hall, Josh Heinrichs, and Skillinjah.

Nearby Hotels and Lodging

If you don't live in the Oklahoma City area and need lodging for the Bricktown Reggae Fest, here are some options.