Gathering of Nations Celebrates 25 Years
North America’s largest pow wow in Albuquerque
Native American Singers and Dancers
With more than 3,000 Native American singers and dancers converging, the atmosphere is quite festive. All performances and competitions are open to the public.
The festival also features an Indian Traders’ Market and a Native American food court. An additional performance area offers musical alternatives to the main pow wow activities including Native musicians and storytellers.
A special event celebrating the 25th anniversary celebration will take place on Friday, April 25th featuring the Pueblo Tribes of New Mexico coming together to sing and dance as one. The first
Ky-Mani Marley Performs
At midnight on April 25th there will be a “Midnight Special” dance competition featuring the Men’s Buckskin – Feathered War bonnets. Immediately following the competition, Ky-Mani Marley will perform a concert with friends and family. Ky-Mani is the son of the legendary Bob Marley.
Prior to the festivities at the Pit, the Miss Indian World Pageant will take place at the
A detailed schedule and event tickets are available at www.gatheringofnations.com.
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*Images of past events are available.