The Mother of All Road Fests!
In 2026, America’s Mother Road, Route 66, will be celebrating its 100th anniversary, and to celebrate AAA is creating the first ever… AAA Route 66 Road Fest. With the highway spanning over 400 miles within its borders and running right through the state capitol, Oklahoma is the perfect place to host this milestone celebration.
Experience Route 66 Like Never Before:
- Marvel at more than 200 classic cars on display
- Tour an eclectic collection of vintage RVs
- Enjoy live performances from local and regional bands
- Explore the history of each decade along Route 66 through interactive exhibits
- Make a whole trip of it – map out the perfect road trip and encounter all the exceptional towns, attractions, and activities The Mother Road has to offer
Plan Your Summer Vacation Around the AAA Route 66 Road Fest!
Road Fest Advocates
"Soon to be deemed the 20th National Historic Trail, Oklahoma is proud of our 420 miles, and largest stretch of America’s Mother Road. As AAA celebrates this national treasure’s approaching centennial, our state and welcoming Oklahomans will share our genuine warmth and hospitality with worldwide travelers seeking a unique and memory enriching road trip. This action-packed, fun and engaging week- long road festival presented by AAA will be as iconic as the road itself. We look forward to seeing you."
Oklahoma Lt. Governor
"With more miles of Route 66 than any other state, Oklahoma is excited to work with AAA Club Alliance as we prepare for the Mother Road’s Centennial birthday. The AAA Route 66 Road Fest will provide a tremendous opportunity for citizens to embrace the Great American Road Trip, while also taking advantage of everything our state has to offer. From unique road stops like the Blue Whale, to iconic dining opportunities like the Rock Café, Oklahomans and roadway travelers across the nation can easily see why Oklahoma is the hub of America, and the hub of Route 66."
AAA Route 66 Revival Fund
The AAA Route 66 Revival Fund has been established to support development and improvement projects from the Kansas border to the Texas Panhandle.
This fund may be used to help Oklahoma Route 66 communities pay for public restrooms, signage, walkability, beautification, street lighting, and bike lanes.
For more info, visit route66revival.org