Boise State University is proud to host the 24th Annual Seven Arrows Powwow April 22 and 23. This high-energy competition celebrates the heritage and traditions of Native Americans, and draws dancers and drummers from across the continent. Don’t miss this opportunity to join thousands of other spectators in the celebration of Native American customs.
The Seven Arrows Powwow features dancers in beautiful regalia, music, demonstrations, food, and storytelling. Try authentic Native American food and browse booths set up by regional vendors selling handmade items such as instruments, beaded jewelry, art, and hand drums. Dancers of all ages will compete for thousands of dollars in prizes.
Admission is free for students with ID, $4 for children younger than 12, and $6 for the general public. Parking is available in the Lincoln Garage for $1 per day. Non-perishable food donations for the Native American Council of Boise (NACOB) will be accepted at the door.
MC – Tyson Shay
AD – J. Dallas Gudgell
Host Drum – Medicine Thunder from Fort Hall
April 22 and April 23
Student Union, Jordan Ballroom
Saturday at noon and 7 p.m.
Sunday at noon