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Event 

Title:
NATIVE: A FESTIVAL OF TRIBAL, ARIZONA ART & ENTERTAINERS
When:
01.25.2019 - 01.27.2019 10.00AM - 05.00PM
Where:
- Fountain Hills
Category:
Family Events

Description

Explore Native American art and culture at Magic Bird Festivals’ weekend event NATIVE: A Festival of Tribal, Arizona Art & Entertainers on Friday, January 25 – Sunday, January 27, 2019. The free, family-friendly community festival held in Fountain Hills, 16872 E. Avenue of the Fountains, adjacent to the landmark fountain celebrates American Indian art, music and storytelling each day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For information on this free multicultural event or to become an exhibitor, visit magicbirdfestivals.com or call 480-488-2014.

NATIVE features North American indigenous tribal artists, Arizona artisans and entertainers, including world-champion hoop-dancing performances by Moontee Sinquah accompanied by his sons Scott and Samson. The Sinquahs perform daily at 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.

Visitors will also find an eclectic selection of more than 100 fine arts and crafts exhibitors along with local food vendors to keep shoppers from getting hungry. The show located at the corner of Avenue of the Fountains and Saguaro Boulevard is within walking distance of establishments with adult beverages.

Featured artists include fine jeweler Paz Ehecatl and painter Stephen McCullough of McCullough Fine Arts, a voting member of the Choctaw Indian Nation, who specializes in recreating petroglyphs from cliff walls of the Southwest onto canvas.

“Magic Bird Festivals loves showcasing the culture and storytelling of Native American artists and entertainers at NATIVE,” said Roberta Toombs-Rechlin, Magic Bird Festivals founder. “This special annual show joins the Southwest community together through local and regional artisans.

Located near the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, this outdoor show offers attendees spectacular views of the Mazatzal Range’s Four Peaks and the Fountain Hill’s signature fountain.