Wewoka Sorghum Festival

Wewoka Sorghum Festival
Saturday, Oct 23, 2021 from 8:00am to 5:00pm

The 45th annual Wewoka Sorghum Festival will be held on Saturday, Oct. 23, 2021 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  The festival is a community celebration of sweet sorghum and Wewoka's rich history held each fall. The award-winning event has become one of Oklahoma's premier attractions, drawing thousands of visitors each year from across the U.S. and abroad to Wewoka on the fourth Saturday in October.

Admission to the family-friendly festival is free!

At the Festival shop the novel selection of merchandise, products and art from vendors and enjoy a menagerie of native, cultural cuisine. Bring the kids to see the parade, learn about the South's natural sweetener and visit the historic city of Wewoka.

John Lively Memorial 5K Run:

Honoring one of Wewoka's most loved and respected citizens.

Time: 8:00am shotgun start

Location: Starting line at intersection of 2nd Street and Wewoka Avenue

Entry Fee: $30 pre-registration, $35 day of festival
(Entry free includes T-shirt for first 50 registrants.)

Age Groups: (9-12), (13-15), (16-19), (20-24), (25-29), (30-34), (35-39), (40-44), (45-49), (50-54), (55-59), (60-64), (65-69), (70+).

Sorghum Festival Car Show

Location: Downtown Wewoka on north Main Street

Entry Fee: $20 if you register prior to day of festival, $25 day of festival

Registration day of the show: 8-11 a.m.
Free T-Shirt to the first 75 entries!

Class Awards:
Stock Cars: Top 15 Plaques
Modified Cars: Top 15 Plaques
Stock Trucks: Top 5 Plaques
Modified Trucks: Top 5 Plaques
Imports (stock or modified): Top 2 Plaques each
Rat Rods: Top 3 Plaques

Special Awards:
Best of Show: Plaque and $200
Car Club with Most Entries: $100
Best Vintage
Best Classic
Best Custom
Best Paint
Best Interior

Cash Drawings (entries only): $500, $300, $200

Awards are given at 3:00 p.m. day of festival

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