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The festival will take place in-person on Saturday, June 11 at 11am-6pm at the Armory Food & Events Hall and Mural Amphitheatre. The event is free and open to the public. Please join us in celebrating the thriving Indigenous culture in Seattle!
Performances by the Blue Heron Canoe Family, White Hawk Family, among others. Film screenings will take place in the Armory loft by some amazing First Nations cinematographers. Asia Tail will be hosting a gallery and screen printing.
Vendors from numerous tribes will have art, jewelry, and clothing for sale. A portion of sales will go right back into Seattle Indian Health Board’s Elder’s Program. Spend your money where it counts! We look forward to seeing you!
|12:00pm||Blue Heron Canoe Family, Performance|
|1:00pm||Peter Ali (Mayo/Lower Pima), Flute Performance|
|2:00pm||Tloke-Nahuake, Traditional Aztec Dancers|
|3:00pm||Rosalie Fish (Cowlitz), Runner & MMIWP Activist|
|4:00pm||Paul Wagner (Sannich), Peformance|
|5:00pm||Bahiyyih Mudd (Suquamish), Stand-Up Comedy|