November Event Calendar for Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City National Memorial at night, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
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This is the November Calendar for the major events all around the Oklahoma City metro area, an index summary listing with links to detailed information on each.

Oklahoma City Thunder Basketball at the Chesapeake Energy Arena


Sooners and Cowboys in College Football Action


    Chemistry Day at Science Museum Oklahoma


    Oklahoma City Philharmonic Presents “The Wonderful Music of Oz”


    Oklahoma City Philharmonic Presents “Phil's Feathered & Furry Friends”

    • Nov. 5
    • Discovery series concert


    Oklahoma Symphonic Band Presents “Celebrating Heroes!” 


    Downtown in December

    • Begins Nov. 10 with outdoor ice skating
    • A nearly two-month long celebration that includes tree-lighting ceremony, holiday lights, ice-skating, snow-tubing, Santa run, winter market, Saturdays with Santa, free canal rides and more


    Small Works, Great Wonders Winter Art Sale at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum


    Veteran's Day

    • Nov. 11
    • Free admission for veterans at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
    • Free admission for veterans at Oklahoma History Center
    • Free admission for veterans and up to 5 guests at OKC Zoo
    • 10 a.m. ceremony at 45th Infantry Museum celebrating all veterans


    Greater Oklahoma Bluegrass Music Society Concert/Jam at Oklahoma Country-Western Museum & Hall of Fame in Del City

    • Nov. 11


    32nd Annual Fall Peace Festival at the Civic Center Music Hall “Hall of Mirrors”

    • Nov. 11, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    • Holiday shopping bazaar featuring food, live music, and tables of more than 50 social justice groups and local crafts vendors


    Midwest City's Holiday Lights Spectacular

    • Begins Nov. 17
    • At Joe B. Barnes Regional Park
    • Over 1 million lights and 85 displays, one of the best in the metro


    Yukon's Christmas in the Park




    Black Friday Shopping


    El Reno's Christmas on the Western Frontier