HUGE Wildhorse POW Wow Returns for Lifetime Anniversary Event
After a two-year absence, the 26th annual Wildhorse Pow Wow is making a return on June 30th this year at the resort and casino in Pendleton.
Pow Wows are a celebration of cultural and spiritual traditions by Native Americans and First Nations people through drumming, singing, dancing and competition. The popular gathering attracts dancers and drummers from acrosse U.S. and Canada to celebrate their indigenous heritage. Pow Wows also provide an opportunity to pass traditions on to youth.
The Wildhorse Pow Wow welcomes individuals of any heritage to observe and enjoy the activities. The event can be a moving experience for spectators as they immerse themselves in the majesty of the ceremony, appreciate the intricate and colorfully detailed regalia, and admire the physical stamina of the competitors.
All the fun starts with a comedy show on Thursday, June 30th, at the Rivers Event Center at Wildhorse.
According to a press release:
The first Grand Entry for the Pow Wow starts Friday, July 1, at 7 pm at the outdoor arena. The drumming and dancing continue daily through Sunday afternoon. The full event schedule can be viewed at wildhorseresort.com.
The Wildhorse Pow Wow will have delicious food, Native American items, And loads of merchandise from vendors and artists.
About Wildhorse Resort & Casino:
Centrally situated between Boise, Spokane and Portland, Wildhorse Resort & Casino is a popular destination resort with entertainment for the entire family. Wildhorse features two 18-hole golf courses, 300 hotel rooms, slots, table games, movie theaters, bowling, arcade, a variety of restaurants, an RV park, and so much more. Conveniently located off I-84 at exit 216, the resort easily accessible for enjoying entertainment like concerts, live comedy, pow wows, poker tournaments, parties, and conventions. Wildhorse offers over 1200 slots, all your favorite table games, live keno, and bingo. Just four miles east of Pendleton, Oregon, Wildhorse is owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. Also owned by the CTUIR, Hamley & Co. a historic western store, café and steakhouse that anchors downtown Pendleton and is a tourist must-see.
For more information, visit Wildhorse Resort & Casino.
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