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Fling at the Springs Music Festival


Sep 29, 2018
03:30 PM until 11:00 PM


Some of Oklahoma’s favorite local musicians will be taking the stage during a free concert in Enid this month. Musicians from across the state will be playing the annual Fling at the Springs Music Festival on Saturday, Sept. 29 at Government Springs Park in downtown Enid.

“There’s a feeling of excitement every year for Fling at the Springs,” said Marcy Jarrett, director of Visit Enid. “The festival is a wonderful opportunity for residents and visitors alike to enjoy an evening filled with talented Oklahoma musicians and great food. There is truly something for everyone.”

Festival goers can expect a variety of sounds during this year’s event. From country music to rock and metal, this year’s lineup features Oklahoma musicians covering many genres. Bands playing include Michael Buchanan, Billy Beck, Lakeview Dreams, Eric Layton & Friends, High Voltage, BillyJoeMike, and the Lane Haas Band.

Live music will begin at 3:30 p.m. with each group taking the stage for 45 minutes. The final band will start at 9:30 p.m. The festival is free for all ages and open to the public.

Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, blankets and coolers. Beer and wine are permitted for those 21 years of age and older. Multiple food vendors will be available for purchase. T-shirts and additional merchandise will also be available and can be purchased at the festival information booth during the event. The festival will end with a fireworks display provided by Western Enterprises.

Fling at the Springs is managed by Enid Event Company. For questions about Fling at the Springs, please visit or call 580-402-6732. Find out more about other upcoming Enid events at 




Government Springs Park
Enid, OK

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