Sacred Springs Powwow Photo Gallery
Join thousands of specatators and participants at the annual Sacred Springs Powwow in San Marcus, Texas and experience an event that celebrates the Native American culture that has been part of the San Marcos area for thousands of years. Be here for a beautiful Native American festival culturally rich in music, art, dancing, and food. There will be an array of dancers, traditional drums and singers, spectacular Indian market with arts and craft booths, and Native foods. The “Native Culture Tent” will feature flute players, storytellers, and White Shaman Panel presentations, and provide performances throughout the day.
The “Native Culture Tent” will feature flute players, storytellers, and White Shaman Panel presentations, and provide performances throughout the day. Very special guests from Peru (Andean Fusion) will be performing their beautiful and unique music from the sacred Andean Mountains.
Hosted by the Indigenous Cultures Institute
The annual Sacred Springs Powwow is held by Indigenous Cultures Institute, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the research and preservation of the culture, arts, traditions, ceremonies, and languages of the population collectively known as Coahuiltecans. San Marcos first experienced a powwow in 1995 when the Lucky Tomblin family brought Kiowa and other indigenous people to the area. The Sacred Springs Powwow is conducted in honor of the Tomblin Family.