The Shinnecock Indian Powwow is one of the largest Native American gatherings on the East Coast. Each day it hosts competitive dancing, guest entertainment, prayers, ceremonial dances, and more.
It begins at 3pm on Friday with the first Grand Entry of dancers from all over the Americas at 7pm. Grand entry re-occurs each preceding day at 12:30pm and 7pm with the exception of Monday. It concludes Monday evening at 6pm with the awarding of prizes to competing drums and dancers.
It also hosts 100 Native American arts, crafts and food vendors from all over the Americas.
Saturday, Sunday & Monday 10am
7pm Friday, Saturday & Sunday
12:30pm Saturday, Sunday and Monday
Sunset Fire Lighting:
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
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