Events will take place on the third Friday of each month through September from 6-9 pm. There is no cost to attend.

The concept for these new events was taken from the H&8th Night Market street festival that takes place in Oklahoma City. Amy Jo Frazier, Business Improvement District Coordinator for Downtown Stillwater said, “The food truck craze is spreading across the country and we are fortunate to have over ten local food trucks in our community.  We are excited to invite them downtown for a monthly evening of fun and specials throughout the district.”

In addition to the wide variety of food, Louie’s Grill & Bar, 720 S. Main Street, will set up in the event area offering a beverage garden. Many downtown restaurants and businesses will stay open late throughout the district as well.  “It is so exciting to see the growth in Downtown Stillwater.  We are fortunate to have this opportunity to invite everyone downtown to enjoy the unique atmosphere that our district offers Stillwater,” said Brady Moore, owner of Stillwater Summit Co. located at 115 W. 7th Avenue.  

Monthly live music organized by the Stillwater Community Center and Bobby Wintle, owner of District Bicycles another 7th Avenue merchant, will encompass a wide variety of music.  “Our plan is to have something for everyone over the next five months,” stated Wintle.  “We have so much talent in the Stillwater region, that finding amazing artists is easy.”  

The final night on September 19 will take place in conjunction with the Downtown Stillwater 8th Annual Car & Bike Show Cruise In sponsored by Downtown Stillwater Bike Night with the Car & Bike Show to follow the next day.  

For more information about Fridays, Food Trucks & Tunes, go to or call Amy Jo Frazier, Event Coordinator, at 405/743-8359.   Updates will be posted on Facebook and Twitter.