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11th Annual Indian Festival and Pow-Wow, Nov. 4-7, Comes back to Stone Mountain Park | Arts & Culture

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11th Annual Indian Festival and Pow-Wow, Nov. 4-7, Comes back to Stone Mountain Park

Atlanta, GA--  Georgia’s most visited attraction, Stone Mountain Park, presents four days of Native American culture, history and tradition at the 11th Annual Indian Festival and Pow-Wow, Nov. 4-7. With more than 50 tribes represented, the event is considered the largest gathering of its kind in the state.

Native Americans from across the U.S. dressed in colorful regalia will compete in dance and drum competitions. Attendees can also watch world-renowned Native artists and crafters demonstrate their skills. 

Additionally, Native American Music award-winning violinist, Arvel Bird, is scheduled to perform his soaring violin and flute compositions Saturday evening as part of the festival.

What: 11th Annual Indian Festival and Pow-Wow

Who: Guests can experience the Southeast’s premier festival of its kind by experiencing Native American culture through dance and drum competitions, interactive educational displays, live music, authentic craft demonstrations, cooking samples and storytelling activities.

When:

Thursday and Friday, Nov. 4-5; 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 6; 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Arvel Bird Concert

6 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 7; 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Where:

Antebellum Plantation and Farmyard

Tickets:

Admission included in one-day Adventure Pass- $27 (plus tax) adults;

$21 (plus tax) kids 3-11 or individual tickets are $10 (plus tax).

Event is free with Mountain Membership.