Omaha Nebraska Events

O Omaha songstress Camille Metoyer and Moten are returning to Omaha for the first time in more than a decade. Together, they will experience an entertaining family day filled with music, food, fun and family at the Omaha Convention Center.

The event will kick off with a procession, a community cooking, a live concert and fireworks. This is the largest Independence Day parade in the state and attracts huge crowds cheering floats, brass bands and unique entertainers. The Post Office - parade parties always go hand in hand with vintage - inspired fun stalls, food trucks, vendors and much more. An impressive parade of over 1,000 vehicles, floats and entertainment draws a huge crowd to the Omaha Convention Center on July 4th, cheering on the float, brass band and unique entertainers!

You can take a carriage ride with your loved ones or take a carriage ride with them. The market sleeps on Saturday at the Old Market, but is open on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for a special event. You can buy products, taste food and drink and buy fresh produce from local farmers and traders.

Members of Ikebana International and Omaha 60 will be present to meet guests and answer questions about the art behind Ike bana. Enjoy one of the many family-friendly events that come to the Omaha area, including 10 free events in November. Special events include a family fun day at the Museum of Contemporary Art Omaha on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and a special event on Sunday from 2 p.m. to 3: 30 p.m. with live music.

Share your wish list with Santa Claus with Ollie and Hobbes, then visit Santa's reindeer just outside the parking lot and get a free party sundae. Visit the museum to see the Jim Henson exhibit and take part in a scavenger hunt to find the characters of Sesame Street. Take a tour of the Christmas tree exhibition with local cultural organizations that are ready to shed light on their own holiday traditions. Hide - and look - the "Sesame Street" scavengers at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Omaha on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and free parties and sundaes with live music and food trucks on Sunday from 2 p.m. to 3: 30 p.m.

Start at the dock and head to the start and lookout point where Ollie and Hobbes will be at 1.30pm on Saturday and Sunday.

The North Omaha Light Show will feature a variety of lights from the city of Omaha as well as the Omaha Police Department and Nebraska State Patrol.

The Omaha Police Department, Nebraska State Patrol and Omaha Fire Department will light up the city of Omaha and surrounding areas, as well as the Omaha Convention Center and other public buildings. The Omaha Police Department, Omaha City Hall and the Nebraska Department of Public Health and Human Services (NDSH) will illuminate the area surrounding the University of Nebraska - Omaha, the US Army Corps of Engineers (USAA) and a variety of local businesses and organizations in Omaha.

The North Omaha lighting will showcase a variety of local businesses and organizations in the city of Omaha as well as the University of Nebraska - Omaha.

Be sure to visit Fan Fest, located just outside the park, a family-friendly festival with live music, food trucks, vendors and more. Don't miss this traditional weekend of the Tailgating Championship - with a variety of festivals including food, entertainment, camping and sporting events, there's something for everyone. You can watch the show up close from one of the recommended viewing points listed here, as well as from the University of Nebraska - Omaha campus.

Enjoy many family-friendly holiday events, including a variety of food trucks, food vendors, live music and more. Enjoy a series of seasonal concerts with the most beautiful Christmas music in the region. This popular event includes a fully decorated tree, a pageant and Christmas tree lighting. In the city there are many opportunities to meet Santa Claus, as well as a number of activities for children and families.

Enjoy pumpkins - inspired treats, tractor and rides, live music, food trucks and more. In honor of Veterans Day, there are a variety of food and beverage vendors as well as family-friendly activities. Holiday music is part of the day, and the space - the related stands and activities for children and families. Sign up for our free email newsletter and be part of the growing community and stay up to date on Omaha's family-friendly events and activities.

As September approaches, check the event's website for details of events planned for this year. Take a look at the many annual events in Omaha and see how many you can attend each year and which ones you should visit at least once in your life. Check out our list of the most popular family-friendly events in Omaha and check back regularly for more information about the events we are watching.

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