Native American culture through art, crafts, dancing, education, food and primitive skills demonstrations.
We relocated the event to beautiful Florida Classic Park at 5360 Lockhart Road just one mile west of I-75 off SR 50.
This years event will be bigger and better and celebrates.
We relocated the event to beautiful Florida Classic Park at 5360 Lockhart Road (just one mile west of I-75 off SR 50), Brooksville, FL 34602.
The "home" is easy to find and is located on over 50 high and dry acres with 1000 plus parking spaces as well as 250 RV spaces with water and electric.
The Second Annual Brooksville Native American Festival is on the horizon, taking place at beautiful Florida Classic Park on February 7 and 8, 2015. This family friendly event will feature a full roster of entertainment acts both Saturday and Sunday that include music, dance, primitive skills, horse demonstrations and more!
Cheyenne singer/songwriter, Shelley Morningsong is the featured Musical Act. Her blend of Native American Traditional and Contemporary music creates a unique and infectious sound that has won her Native American Music Awards. Her husband Fabian Fontanelle, Zuni, accompanies Shelley with stories, song and dance. Fabian is an original member of the Native American Dance Theater, a music video choreographer and together with his wife Shelley Morningsong, they create a performance that invokes the true spirit of Native America.
Featured dance troupe is The Big Mountain Family, whose performances started back in the mid 1800’s with Little Big Mountains Great Grandfather performing with the 101 Ranch Buffalo Bill Show in Ponca City, Oklahoma. Little Big Mountain, Comanche, has been entertaining and offering Native American educational programs for over 40 years.
Chipa Wolfe and his warrior on horseback demonstration will fascinate both young and old as he explains how an entire culture was developed around the use of the horse. Ben Kirkland will be demonstrating primitive skills such as flint-knapping and fire-making.
Native American Food Vendors will be offering authentic Native staples, such as, buffalo burgers and fry bread!
Over 35 vendors will offer hand-made Native American and Native American inspired arts and crafts.
Come and learn to build fire the primitive way. Listen to traditional native music, watch traditional Native dancers, visit a real teepee, shop for authentic handmade native arts and crafts and much more!
Feb 7 and 8, 2015 Saturday 10-6 Sunday 10-5
Adults $7 Children 5-12 $4 Under 5 free
Advance tickets available at Peace Tree Trading Post
For more information call 352-738-7308
The event is entertaining as well as educational. It will delight both young and old, so make sure to tell your friends and put it on your schedule. You don't want to miss this don't want to miss this one!