That's right! 2017 marks the 44th year of family fun, live music and Okra, in all of its glory.
The Irmo Okra Strut Festival is free to the public. Individual fees apply for rides, amusements and food/drink.
The 44th Annual Okra Strut is looking for sponsors and exhibits for 2017.
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The Irmo Okra Strut Festival is a great event for that end of summer fun. Whether you grew up eating Okra or have never tried it, the Irmo Okra Strut Festival has an outdoor activity for you.
Irmo, South Carolina has many quality local businesses to meet your needs while you are in town. From hotels to RV parks or camp grounds, we can help you plan the best end of summer trip to spend with your family.
Located near beautiful Columbia, South Carolina, the Irmo Okra Strut Festival has the advantage of being right off the intersection of 3 interstates that connect us with Georgia and North Carolina.
That means thousands of possible connections with new people from out of town when you participate in the 45th Irmo Annual Okra Strut Festival. Show off your skills or grow your business with us in 2018!
The 44th Annual Irmo Okra Strut is South Carolina’s favorite way to celebrate Okra. Come join in on the best summer festival this side of the Mason-Dixon line.
We will have live bands on both Friday and Saturday nights and all the food you can eat. Saturday, we will have amusement rides, bounce houses and an Okra eating contest. Best way to beat those end of summer blues.
Planning your trip to the 44th Annual Irmo Okra strut and want to check a few details? We have covered most of the frequently asked questions here. If you do not see your question covered submit it to the commission, with our new form!
The Okra Strut is right around the corner, and that means we need to start planning road closures and where to park.
Please check this often as we will keep it updated as we get closer to the day of the festival.
We would like to introduce Granna’s Gourmet Pickled Okra as the official Pickled Okra for the Irmo Okra Strut Festival.
Made in wonderful South Carolina, it tastes just like grandma’s pickled okra, if not better.