Arizona American Indian Tourism Association will be planning and coordinating the Indian Festival during the Super Bowl XLIX in Phoenix, Arizona, January 29, 30 and 31, 2015.
The Indian Village will consist of all Arizona tribes showcasing their traditional dwellings, arts & crafts and entertainment.
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ARIZONA INDIAN FESTIVAL EVENT INFORMATION
Experience a very unique showcase of authentic culture and resources of the diverse American Indian tribes of Arizona. Festival participants of all ages will be able to explore the culture of the tribes that are indigenous to Arizona at this free and family friendly event. The Arizona Indian Festival will be a truly unique experience that will touch all of your senses.
Schedule of Events and Activities
Walk through authentic Traditional Villages
– Speak and interact with tribal elders
– Hear story-telling of ancient legends
– Observe colorful social dances
– Taste authentic American Indian foods
– Explore traditional dwellings
Indulge yourself at the Arts & Crafts Market
– See demonstrations from Arizona’s best American Indian artisans.
– Purchase high quality jewelry, paintings, pottery & more
– Buy direct from American Indian artisans
Explore Tribal Economic Development
– Interact, learn and understand tourism and business innovation in Indian Country
– Enjoy traditional and contemporary Native American music.
An orientation for all volunteers will be on 1/28 Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. right next to the LOVE art sculpture near Scottsdale Performing Arts Theater. Otherwise, meet at 9:00am at the AAITA office/trailer on Thursday morning and ask for Edward Dee.
ARIZONA INDIAN FESTIVAL LOCATION
The Indian Village will be located at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts during the week of the Super Bowl.
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CONVENIENT, FREE PARKING IS AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS: Civic Center Library Garage – Drinkwater Boulevard at East Second Street
Civic Center Lot and Garage – Wells Fargo Avenue
Old Town Parking Corral – East Second Street and Brown Avenue
Pepperwood Lot – East First Avenue at Buckboard Trail
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