All 22 tribes in the state of Arizona will be represented at the the Arizona Indian Festival. Visitors to the event will be able to experience traditional American Indian villages, hear legendary stories told by tribal elders, enjoy traditional dance and musical performances, and peruse arts and crafts vendors.
When is the Arizona Indian Festival?
I will update as details become available.This was a special event organized to coincide with tourism swells during the Super Bowl held in the Phoenix area in 2015.
If it is held again, I will update the specifics here.
Where is the Arizona Indian Festival?
It will be held at Steele Indian School Park. Here is a map and directions to the Arizona Indian Festival.
How do I get tickets for the Arizona Indian Festival and how much are they?
Tickets are available at the event.
Seniors (55+): $TBA
Youth (12-17): $TBA
Children under 12: Free
Parking is free.
What else should I know about the Arizona Indian Festival?
Visitors walk through seven reconstructed villages with traditional dwellings. Tribal members will demonstrate their unique cultural components from artwork to cooking. In addition to live entertainment and vendor exhibits, the Tribal Economic Pavilion will showcase tribal economic development, including business enterprises, investment opportunities and tourism ventures.
What if I have more questions about the Arizona Indian Festival?
For more information, and to see other special events spomsored by Arizona's Native Americans, visit the Arizona American Indian Tourism Association online.
All dates, times, prices and offerings are subject to change without notice.