2019 Brooksville Native American Festival
Don’t miss the 5th Annual Brooksville Native American Festival on February 2-3, 2019 at beautiful Florida Classic Park in Brooksville, Florida. Enjoy the finest in Native art and crafts, music, dancing and much, much more. The Brooksville Native American Festival for the whole family. This festival features a combination of dancing and music, artists and craftsmen from around the country, and the people who make the Native foods like fry bread and buffalo burgers, making it truly unique. People have attended from as far away as Puerto Rico.
Brooksville Native American Festival
The Brooksville Native American Festival has been awarded a Top Twenty Events Winner by the Southeast Tourism Society. Our mission is to provide hands-on education and entertainment for all ages, as well as authentic programs and vendors to keep our visitors engaged. We want the entire family to be caught up in Native culture from start to finish.
The family-friendly Brooksville Native American Festival will feature a full roster of non-stop entertainment acts both Saturday and Sunday that include music, dance, primitive skills demonstrations and more! Learn to build fire the primitive way. Listen to traditional Native American music. Watch ancient traditional Polynesian dancers. Visit an actual teepee. Shop for authentic handmade native arts and crafts and much more!
NEW FOR 2019:
Red Boyz Drum: The Red Boyz Drum are back. Experience the beauty, pageantry and color of traditional Native dances, feel the beat of the drum and join them in a social dance
Cody Blackbird Band: Raw, honest, organic, indigenous. The Cody Blackbird Band sets themselves apart from many of the pop-rock Indie bands that are in the musical marketplace today. Indigenous (Dakota, Cherokee, Romani gypsy) brothers Cody and Caleb Blackbird set out to form a group that honors the sacred music of their ancestors, while infusing the revolution of rock and R&B into their unique style. Utilizing the haunting sound of the traditional Native American wooden flute and hide skin drum, Cody has become the Pied Piper for a new generation of listeners, while his brother Caleb keeps the heartbeat of the pow-wow inside all of their songs.
No Ka Oi Polynesian Dancers: Joining us this year will be the No Ka Oi Polynesian Dancers. You don’t want to miss this exciting and fun exhibition of traditional island dancing, who knows you might even get to do the hula.
$8 – Adults ($14 Weekend Pass)
$4.00 Kids ($6 Weekend Pass)
Free – Under 5
Admission includes everything but the food and drink.