The Navajo Nation Fair is an event that many people look forward to attending year after year in Window Rock, AZ. To continue this tradition, the Navajo Nation Museum Special Events Office and a host of volunteers will launch the 66th Annual Navajo Nation Fair on September 2-9th. The theme this year will be “Appreciating Tradition.” The Navajo Nation Fair will include six days of all-Indian rodeo, a country and western concert featuring Gary Allen, a traditional Navajo song and dance competition, a Navajo arts and crafts exhibition, an inter-tribal pow wow, a parade, a livestock and horticulture exhibit, a inter-tribal night performance, and other events. Navajo Nation, a rich and vibrant tribe is nestled in the heart of the Southwest and a captivating getaway for any Navajoland visitor to see. It is the Navajo people that makes Navajoland beautiful and unique. Within the four sacred mountains is the Navajo Nation Fair, which is the “Largest American Indian Fair in North America.” “The Navajo Nation Fair is the ideal place to experience American Indian culture, namely Navajo culture. So if you’re looking for a myriad of cultural excitement, make plans to join us here in the Navajo Nation capital in September.” Says Navajo Nation Fair Manager Norma Bowman. Over the years, other tribes were invited and it soon became known as the largest gathering of Indian nations in the U.S. that cultivates and nurtures indigenous expression. Today, it is a mecca and visual symphony for elegant Navajo art, dance, music, food and professional athleticism with a native touch. It is also where legends are matched with a new world of future champions vying for thousands of dollars in prize money. Visit www.navajonationfair.com.
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