June Pow Wows in the United States

June Pow Wows in the United States

List of pow wows and native American events that occur in June.





First full weekend:

Second weekend:

Red Earth Festival and Pow Wow – Cox Convention Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Website: Red Earth Festival
The Red Earth Powwow has hundreds of dancers, story telling, cultural demonstrations, and an art show. Native artists travel from across the country to participate in the prestigious Red Earth Juried Art Market.

Salish Sea Native American Culture Celebration – Deception Pass State Park on Fidalgo Island, between the cities of Oak Harbor and Anacortes, Washington. (2nd Saturday in June)
Celebrate the maritime heritage of the two participating Coast Salish tribes and enjoy canoe rides, singers, drummers and storytellers. Artists from the two tribes will demonstrate traditional weaving, cedar work and woodcarving. A salmon and fry bread lunch are also available for purchase during the event. The Discover Pass is not required to attend this event as it is a State Parks “free day.”

Third weekend:

Eastern Shoshone Indian Days – Ft. Washakie, Wyoming
The American Bus Association named the Eastern Shoshone Indian Days one of its top 100 events. It is Wyoming’s largest powwow.

Plains Indian Museum Powwow – Cody, Wyoming
Website: centerofthewest.org
Drummers and dancers from the Northern Plains, Oklahoma, Arizona, and New Mexico compete in many categories at the Plains Indian Museum Powwow at the Joe Robbie Powwow Garden. The Buffalo Bill’s Plains Indian museum is next door to the pow wow grounds, and well worth a look inside. The museum also sponsors other tourist events throughout the year.

Fourth weekend:


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Celebrate Salish Sea Culture with the Samish and Swinomish tribes

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission invites you to attend the Ninth Annual Salish Sea Native American Culture Celebration with the Samish and Swinomish tribes. The event takes place Saturday, June 7 at Deception Pass State Park on Fidalgo … Continue reading

Eastern Shoshone Indian Days

Eastern Shoshone Indian Days is Wyomings largest pow-wow and Indian Celebration. A great experience for traditional dancing, drum contests, a parade, food and Arts & Crafts.