32nd Annual ASU Powwow

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Date(s) - 03/30/2018 - 04/01/2018
11:30 am - 7:00 pm

ASU Band Practice Field


Tags 32nd Annual, Arizona, Arizona State University, ASU Band Practice Field, Pow Wow, powwow, Tempe

The Powwow at ASU will present a Tiny Tot Grand Entry at 7:00 pm on Saturday featuring dancers ages 5 years and younger old on. On Sunday Gourd Dancing will begin at 11:30 am, Grand Entry at 1:00 pm and contest and intertribal dancing until our final closing for the event at 6:00 pm.

This powwow is designed to preserve the Inter-tribal cultural heritage of the Native American students at ASU and to enrich and demonstrate the cultural diversity of the ASU community and surrounding community.




Adults : $8.00
Students: $6.00
3-Day Pass: $20.00
Spectators Under 6, 60+ Free
Singers and Dancers Registration Fee: $10.00; Jr/Teens $5.00

5:30 p.m Gourd Dancing
7:00 p.m. Grand Entry
11:30 a.m. Gourd Dancing
1:00 p.m. Grand Entry
7:00 p.m. Tiny Tots Grand Entry
7:30 p.m. Grand Entry
11:30 a.m. Gourd Dancing
1:00 p.m. Grand Entry

Head Staff
Host Northern Drum: Cree Confederation
Host Southern Drum: Cozad
Master of Ceremonies: Dennis Bowen Sr.
Arena Director: Darrell Goodwill
Head Judge: Star Whiteye
Head Gourd Dancer: Andy Cozad

Contest Categories
Mens (18-49): N Traditional, S Straight, Chicken Dance, Grass, Fancy
Teen Boys (13-17) No & So Traditional, Grass, Fancy
Junior Boys (6-12) No & So Traditional, Grass, Fancy
Womens (18-49 yrs) No & So Traditional, Fancy Shawl, Contemporary & Old Style Jingle
Teen Girls (13-17 yrs) No & So Traditional, Fancy Shawl, Jingle
Junior Girls (6-12 yrs) No & So Traditional, Fancy Shawl, Jingle
Tiny Tots (5 yrs) Tiny Tots Pow Wow 7:00 – 7:30 p.m. Saturday
Golden Age (50+ yrs) Men and Women
Drum Contest: Central sound system; Bring your own chairs.

Vendor Spaces Available for Native American Artists Only, Proof of Enrollment Required

32nd Annual Powwow at Arizona State University

Categories: powwow

About Author

Becky Olvera Schultz

Becky Olvera Schultz is an artist and photographer whose background includes journalism, advertising and marketing. She has been in involved with the powwow circuit for several years, participating as a vendor and as a member of powwow planning committees. For more information on Becky, visit her art site at www.native-expressions.com