12 Tribes Omak Casino Hotel put on a remarkable celebration of Indigenous arts and music on Saturday, September 23. This event showcased a blend of traditional and contemporary performances, leaving attendees mesmerized and filled with a deep appreciation for the modernization of cultural influences on today’s music.
Headlining the festival was renowned artist Supaman, whose amazing talents in rich history, dancing, hip-hop, captivated both the youth and adult audiences while dressed in full regalia. With his energetic performance, he showcased the fusion of modern beats with timeless traditions, leaving a lasting impression and inspiration.
The festival also showcased a diverse lineup of multiple performers, spanning from traditional drumming, punk-rock pow wow and electric powwow music. Each artist brought their unique style and passion to the stage, creating a vibrant atmosphere that resonated with attendees of all musical preferences.
The success of the festival was not limited to the performances alone. The event served as a platform for vendors to showcase their creations, ranging from handmade crafts to delicious traditional meals. Festivalgoers had the opportunity to immerse themselves in the rich culture of arts and come together as a community.
As the sun set on 12 Tribes Omak Casino Hotel, the festival came to a close, leaving behind a sense of fulfillment and appreciation of the beauty and unity of Indigenous arts and music. The event served as a reminder of the rich cultural heritage and the importance of celebrating and preserving it for the future.
Thank you to all who participated in the event in one way or another, we appreciate you.