No, we’re not going to talk about Hugh Jackman singing. Oklahoma is the land of tribes, cattle, and severe weather. But don’t be afraid: despite the winds, hail, tornadoes, and thunderstorms, Oklahoma is known for its southern hospitality.
67 Native American tribes truly make Oklahoma the Land of the Red Man. Naturally, the festivals of all kinds are grand: there are the Oklahoma City’s Festival of the Arts and the Oklahoma Mozart Festival, not to mention the State Fair of Oklahoma and Oktoberfest in Tulsa. Divided between Southwest, Midwest, and South, culture in Oklahoma is the most peculiar combination, from its linguistic diversity to sundry cuisine.
Two-thirds of the Okies choose the biggest cities, Oklahoma City and Tulsa to settle – naturally, all the best jobs are there. Chesapeake Energy, Devon Energy, Oneok, NGL Energy Partners, Williams – note how all of the best employers deal with energy. There are also parts and bits of agriculture, aviation, and biotechnology. Besides, there are the best universities of the state, the University of Oklahoma, the University of Tulsa, and Oklahoma State University.