Heritage Festival returns

Celebrating Indigenous cultures of the Colorado Plateau this July with music, art, dance performances and more.

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Heritage Festival week 1

The Lalo Dance Group from Hopi headlines the opening weekend of the Heritage Festival of Arts and Culture, which this year celebrates all the Native cultures on the Colorado Plateau. Each weekend we will feature a different cohort of artists, demonstrators and performers. Come see Yavapai Apache, Diné, Hopi, and Zuni artists at work, interpreting ...

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Family Friday: Festival Fun

Discover all the fun things there are for kids to see and do at the Heritage Festival of Art and Culture. On the first day of this month-long festival, Mari Soliday leads a virtual tour. She’ll talk with the demonstrating artists and share some of the crafts that you can do at the festival, or ...

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Heritage Festival week 2

Enjoy music outdoors under the pines, as Native soul rocker JJ Otero (Diné/Hopi) headlines the second weekend of the Heritage Festival. Otero has won a number of prestigious awards, including best Rock Song at the 2013 Native American Music Awards and three New Mexico Music Awards nominations in 2017. He performs both Saturday and Sunday. ...

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