Rock Creek Festival Saturday, Sept. 26

Fall is here and the weather is perfect for an outdoor get together.

The Fourth Annual Rock Creek Festival will feature three local bands, regional wineries and breweries, artist booths and food trucks.

This family friendly event is brought to you by Sapulpa Arts and Sapulpa Park and Recreation at Kelly Lane Park. Sponsors include SeneGence International, See Sapulpa and funding assistance from Oklahoma Arts Council.

“We hope to have a great turnout for this exquisite group of entertainers, each one is unique in their sound, but a wonderful pairing together,” said Sheri Ishmael Waldrop, director of Sapulpa Arts. “The weather is cooling off and it is the perfect opportunity to bring the family out for a day of music and fun. This event offers something for everyone in the family. Visit Sapulpa Arts Facebook event to learn more about these wonderful musicians.”

This one-day Festival will feature Captain Ledge Band will start us off at 3 p.m. with their folksy bluegrass sound, which was honored with the 2018 Bluegrass Album of the Year, Cassie Latshaw Band, a singer-songwriter with a folksy, bluesy, country-ish, rock-like mixture, will take over the stage at 5 p.m. and Eric Himan will bring us home at 7 p.m. with his mixture of pop, soul, rock, and R&B.

This is a FREE Public Concert at Kelly Lane Park, 1151 S. Park. Bring your blankets, lawn chairs and enjoy the day in the park while we celebrate the first week of fall. Social distancing will be observed and masks are optional.

Kelly Lane Park is located on South Park Street, south of the intersections of Main and Taft. The grass area provides plenty of room for viewing.

This year we will be sampling wine and brew from Dead Armadillo Craft Brewery, Tidewater Winery, Dancing Skeleton Meadery, Pecan Creek Winery, Stable Ridge Winery and the Blind Luck Deep Branch Winery.

There will be Food Trucks available to purchase drinks, meals and snacks, and an Art Zone for kids and artists presenting their unique works of art. 

Our artist booths will include Barbara Young, Aqua Terra Jewelry, Heidi Parmley, and Sarah Holt.

Visit Sapulpa Arts on Facebook as we add new vendors and food trucks daily.

Parking starts at 2 p.m. and music starts at 3 p.m. Don’t miss it!

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