The O’ahu Inter-Tribal Council is the legacy of local Kanaka ‘Oiwi and military Native Americans from Turtle Island. They perpetuate indigenous traditions and practices through workshops, performances, and fundraisers, including the Annual Honolulu Intertribal Powwow. Each year, hundreds of people gather at the Honolulu Powwow to celebrate Native American heritages, pass on indigenous traditions, build communities, and learn about Native American cultural diversity. More info: Honolulu Intertribal Powwow | Oahu Intertribal Council | United States (oichawaii.org)
47th Annual Honolulu Intertribal Powwow at Bishop Museum
Please note that this is a two-day festival. To attend both days, you must purchase admission for both Saturday and Sunday — just $5 per person, per day!
Bishop Museum welcomes the return of the Honolulu Intertribal Powwow back to its Great Lawn. Each year, the Honolulu Intertribal Powwow brings together hundreds of people to celebrate Native American heritages, pass on Indigenous traditions, build communities, and learn about Native American cultural diversity.
Everyone is welcome! Attending a powwow is a great way to learn more about Native American culture and tribal traditions. They’re social events, a time to see old friends and make new ones. Come join us in this celebration of community and culture through music, dance, and food on the Bishop Museum Great Lawn. More info: Intertribal Powwow 2023 (bishopmuseum.org)
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