Indigenous Celebration

November 9, 2019 all-day
Gathering Place
2650 S John Williams Way
Tulsa, OK 74114

Gathering Place will host Oklahoma Tribal Celebration on Saturday, November 9, from 1-6 p.m. In collaboration with the Native American Cultural Committee, the event seeks to foster the strength of all the tribes in creating one of the region’s largest and most comprehensive Native American festivals.

Oklahoma Tribal Celebration will be a proud expression of music, dance, art, food, and fashion; where each nation will have the opportunity to share its story and speak of their rich cultural legacy.

“It is our hope that this festival will be a regional draw, honoring the rich history of Oklahoma’s Native American Tribes, in a one of a kind cultural celebration,” Tony Moore, Gathering Place Executive Director said.

Activities will include: Storytelling, dance performances and live music by nationally acclaimed artist, The Levi Platero Band, Southwest Blues Rockers from the Eastern Agency of the Navajo Nation. There will be arts & crafts, immersion into different tribal realms, native film and documentary screenings and a stickball and game area. There will be live cooking demonstrations, native food vendors, and a special featured menu prepared by Tulsa favorite, Chef Nico Albert.

This event will showcase many of Oklahoma’s tribes, including Choctaw Nation, Muscogee Creek, Osage Nation, Otoe-Missouria, Sax and Fox Tribe and many more!

Oklahoma Tribal Celebration is free admission, no tickets or passes needed to attend.

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