"The Best Party in the State of Oklahoma" began in 1927, when Bartlesville oilman Frank Phillips
played host to cowboys, socialites, thieves, bankers, and lawmen at his country estate.
Today, Cow Thieves & Outlaws Reunion remains an annual tradition that preserves the history
and heritage of the American West. This party is the major fundraising event benefiting the Frank
Phillips Foundation, the non-profit that owns and operates the 3700-acre wildlife preserve,
museum, and ranch. Join us for a night of excellent food, live country concert, artists showcase,
and fireworks show not to be forgotten!
Cupcakery. A full cash bar is also provided by Sterling’s Grille.
Uncle Frank never threw a party without live music and the 92nd anniversary will be no exception.
Bring your honey and your dancing boots!
For those who'd like to bring the American West spirit home, 12 selected, regional artisans, will
showcase pieces for sale ranging from paintings to jewelry to handmade knives and more.
A portion of the proceeds benefits Woolaroc.
Rounding out the evening is a full fireworks show set over Clyde Lake.
Uncle Frank always did like to throw a party with a bang!