Every year, I look forward to Memorial Day Weekend because that means its Paseo Arts Festival time in Oklahoma City. The festival opened yesterday at 10 a.m. and by 11 a.m., we were hunting for a parking space four blocks away.
There is a certain authenticity to this event, and the crowd is so different. People — from babies to Baby Boomers — dress for the occasion, and by that I mean they roll out their tie-dyeds and midis.
If you’re in Oklahoma City, the free event runs through Monday. Check it out.
Robert carrying Sully; Juliette and her cool green purse.
Pass the salt and pepper, please.
No clue what their shirts say.
Jaida the Clown – Find her at missdirection.com
Big hair is coming back.
Festival Food Vendors, Paseo Arts District, OKC
Love this wreath. The artist tied it to a stop sign.
I bet this Generation Xer can do wonders with a hacky sack.
The Outback showed up. But Le is no where to be found.
Left Me In Stitches (Stitch art)
Nice fan, dude.
I love all the colors of this stained glass.
Oh! The colors! I could drink them up!
Crosses and color!
Colorful Bellies and belly dancers!
Love the purse and her linen dress. The art is even better.
Scarf it up.
Generation Z sans the skateboards.
Paisley midi and her hair!
To Tie Dye For
Love the dress. Love the flower. Love the shades.
Absolutely perfect green hat.
Get your diva on. This little gir’s natural curly hair is gorgeous! I dig her glasses, too.
Just Doo Rag It. ACDC bag optional.
More tie-dye. She’s been face painting at this festival for years.
My favorite artists of the day. I want to hear his stories.
I bet he looks forward to riding his unicycle at the festival all year. Love his spirit. See you at the Paseo Arts Festival