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2019 Sarasota Native American Indian Festival

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All are welcome at the 12th Annual Sarasota Native American Indian Festival on January 18-20, 2019 at the Sarasota Fairgrounds in Sarasota, Florida. Experience the traditions, artistry, and culture of the Native American people! Meet artists from many nations sharing their many styles of artwork, such as paintings, pottery, jewelry, sculpture, beach work, leather work, and flute and drum makers.

Century Market Fair at Locust Grove

Admission at the Gate
$8 for adults, $4 for ages 6-12, and free for 5 and under

Friday 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Welcome back Red Boys who are our host drum this year. We watched these guys grew up on the powwow circuit and are honored to have them as they represent the next generation of traditional drummers, dancers and cultural educators. They will be doing demonstration dancing as well as crowd participation dances and education through out the weekend.

We are also honored to have three generations of the Mose family joining us this year, Allen Mose Sr., Allen Mose Jr,, and O. Jay Moz. Allen Mose Sr. is a traditional Dine’h (Navajo) painter, philosopher of Navajo culture and traditional medicine. Allen Mose Jr, (Navajo) Grammy Award Winning and Nammy Nominated Singer, Performer, Composer, Lecturer and Jeweler. Orian Jay Mose, son of famed singer Allen Mose Jr, Orian is “The Youngest Native American Recording Artist In The History Of Native American Music” and also “The First and Youngest Navajo To Be A Professional Recording Artist In The Main Stream Music Industry.”

We are excited to share that Robert Mirabal will be joining us. Robert is a Pueblo Native American flute player and maker from Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. He began making flutes at the age of 19, and his flutes are world renowned. Robert performs world wide, sharing flute songs, tribal rock and writings/storytelling. He resides on Taos Pueblo and participates in the traditional ways and rituals of his people. Aside from his artistic talents Robert is a father and a farmer.

Sarasota Native American Indian Festival Mini-Gallery