twin cities american indian arts festival 2011

Festival Agenda
Outdoor Festival Hours: 12:00pm - 8:00pm daily (rain or shine), Drug and Alcohol Free Event, Free and Open to the Public

All My Relations Fine Arts Plaza - featuring over 30 amazing Native Artists, showcasing paintings, jewelry, baskets, beadwork, traditional crafts, and much more

Native Cultural Arts Demonstrations - artist demonstrations through out the day- time periodic.

Vendor Booths - featuring local arts and craft vendors, organizations, schools, business and more.

Music and Cultural Performances - featuring award-winning Native musicians and performers.

Performance Schedule below
Music Performance Schedule- Saturday, June 11th
Time Performance Location
12:00PM BlueDog Band Music Stage
1:00PM Jackie Bird Cultural Exhibition Area
2:00PM PAMYUA Music Stage
3:00PM Native Pride Dancers Cultural Exhibition Area
4:00PM Gabriel Ayala Music Stage
5:00PM Hoop Dance Cultural Exhibition Area
5:30PM American Indians Got Talent Music Stage
6:00PM Hand Drum Contest part I Cultural Exhibition Area
6:30PM Round Dance Cultural Exhibition Area
7:00PM Los Nativos Music Stage

Music Perfomance Schedule- Sunday, June 12th
Time Performance Location
12:00PM Mitch Walking Elk and the Sugar Point Band Music Stage
1:00PM Native Pride Dancers Cultural Exhibition Area
2:00PM Gabriel Ayala Music Stage
3:00PM Jackie Bird Cultural Exhibition Area
4:00PM PAMYUA Music Stage
5:00PM American Indians Got Talent Music Stage
5:30PM Hand Drum Contest Part II Cultural Exhibition Area
6:00PM Tito Ybarra Music Stage
7:00PM Chase Manahattan Music Stage


Learn More
More than just a festival
Sponsorship opportunities
Festival Objectives


Festival location:
16th and Franklin Avenue
along historic Franklin Avenue in South Minneapolis

We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to building strong and sustainable communities through cultural arts and entrepreneurship.

(612) 235-4971

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