oNE OKC is an annual street festival hosted by Northeast OKC Renaissance Inc (NEOKCR). The event was created to represent a vision of Northeast Oklahoma City's (NEOKC) future, engage the local community, and attract people from throughout the OKC metro to visit NEOKC.
Since 2016, oNE OKC has invited our community and our city to participate in possibilities; the possibility of placemaking, the possibility of placekeeping, and the possibility of reawakening the historically vibrant culture and economy of Northeast Oklahoma City.
For seven years, we've incrementally met vision with action, and yet again we invite you to think BIGGER!
In 2022, NEOKCR launched oNE OKC: Homecoming Weekend to extend the celebrations throughout the weekend. A spin off of Historically Black College (HBCU) traditions welcoming home all eastside stakeholders and community members! Join us this year for our 8th annual oNE OKC: Homecoming Weekend festivities!
oNE OKC: Homecoming Weekend
May 5-7, 2023
Friday, May 5th - 5:30 PM
Happy Hour at Kindred Spirits
Come relax and socialize before the festivities begin.
Saturday, May 6th - 12 PM - 5 PM
oNE OKC at Washington Park
The festival will feature a variety of food, vendors, and activities for all ages. Attendees can also catch performances by Sarafina Byrd, Annisia Anderson, Love R&B, Sisters In Motion, and Ckai Dawson, and Fire in Little Africa as the headliner on the main stage.
Sunday, May 7th - 12 PM - 5 PM
Sunday Dinner on 23rd between Rhode Island and Hood
Attendees will reserve a table and bring their own food to “break bread” with the community. The OKC Zoo will also host their Fix-It & Flower Festival 1 pm - 5 pm). This event will provide a space for the community to connect and enjoy a delicious meal together.
View Eastside Eatery Sunday menu below
ABOUT oNE OKC
oNE OKC Through The Years
2022 Booker T. Washington Park
2021 Booker T. Washington Park
NE 23rd & Rhode Island (East Point)
NE 10th & MLK (Douglass High School)
oNE OKC is a vibrant block party created to experience a vision of community revitalization in Northeast Oklahoma City.
To represent the fun, culturally rich, economically vibrant, and socially inclusive atmosphere that summarizes the future vision of Northeast Oklahoma City while creating positive energy and awareness around the Renaissance, and engaging the youth and young professionals.
Are you a non-profit or for-profit organization looking for an opportunity to showcase what you have to offer? We would love to have you as a vendor for the annual oNEOKC Street Festival!