The Discovery Park of America heritage park and museum will host a three-day Native American Powwow October 27-29. The goal of this event is to provide a place for Indigenous people
The Discovery Park of America heritage park and museum will host a three-day Native American Powwow October 27-29.
The goal of this event is to provide a place for Indigenous people from tribes around the country to celebrate their culture while educating Discovery Park visitors on this aspect of our nation’s past, present and future.
The 2023 Northwest Tennessee Native American Educational Powwow will include competitions and displays of Indigenous storytelling, drumming, singing and competition dancing. There will also be Native American artisans, craftsmen and traders displaying and selling their work. Food vendors will provide opportunities to enjoy traditional cuisines like fry bread, tacos and hominy. All powwow activities take place on Discovery Park’s great lawn!
Those with documented tribal affiliation who want to compete or reserve a booth at the 2023 Northwest Tennessee Native American Education Powwow should call Kim and David Bugg at 901-833-6411 or email email@example.com. To learn more about Native American pow-wows, click here.
This event is included in park admission tickets or membership. A special three-day ticket for this event only is now available, and you can save 15% when you buy your ticket online in advance.
The three-day Powwow Package includes:
– General Admission all 3 days of the Powwow
– Unlimited access to the Cooper Tower
– 10% Off in the Gift Shop
– 10% off in the Cafe and Eats & Treats
– Collectible Discovery Park VIP badge
For more information and a schedule of events, click ‘learn more.’
October 27 (Friday) - 29 (Sunday)
Discovery Park of America
830 Everett Boulevard, Union City TN 38261