2018 Native American Celebration Powwow & Festival

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Presented by Native American Celebration in the Park at Liberty Park, Salt Lake City UT

Jul 24
2018 Native American Celebration Powwow & Festival

Family Activities • Everyone Welcome • FIREWORKS • Intertribal Powwow • Food Booths • Arts & Crafts Booths • Children’s Activities


• Salt Lake City’s Hottest Intertribal Powwow,
• Intertribal Contest Powwow
• 3 Specials for at least three categories
• Food Booths
• Arts & Crafts Booths
• Entertainment
• Children’s Play Area
• Tracy Aviary
• Days of ’47 Parade
• Fireworks

Audience: over 65,000 people.

7:00 AM – Vendors Open
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM – Dancers and Drums Registration
9:00 AM – Days of ’47 Parade begins
12:00 Noon – 1st Session Grand Entry (dancers and drum

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Free Event except powwow admission $5.00

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Liberty Park

900 South 700 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84105

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  1. To whom It may concern:

    My name is Heather Tien. I am the owner of the Fatty Tuna Sushi & Ramen Food Truck. I sell sushi and ramen from fresh and authentic ingredients. I am interested in bringing my food truck to your Event-Native American celebration festival. Could you please tell me how to go about the proper process to be invited to your event. Here is the link to my facebook business page

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    • Heather, please contact the event organizers directly: calnezdesign@gmail.com
      Thanks, Now Playing Utah


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