First held September 28, 1922, this 100 year old historic event brings tribes from across the nation in a celebration of tradition, arts, and more.
Thousands of Native American and Indigenous participants come together each year to share songs, Pow-wow dances, art, food, and culture at Red Rock Park. Along with the artistic display of heritage, you'll also find the highly anticipated Ceremonial Queen Pageant, an all-open rodeo with junior and ladies competitions, a film festival showcasing Native American and Indigenous storytelling, social events like a wine gala on opening night, and even a 5k walk/run.
There are also stunning parades through downtown Gallup, showcasing the variety of tribes participating in the event. This is a celebration that can't be missed with a truly genuine Native experience for everyone to enjoy.