Gathering of Nations to return to Albuquerque this spring

April 7, 2017 by  

First Nations people from all across North America will be coming together for the year’s largest powwow in Albuquerque, and the organizers have issued an invitation to the public to come and see what it is all about.

During the Gathering of Nations even, thousands of Native Americans will be participating in a series of activities that will showcase the different First Nations’ cultures. There will be singing and dancing competitions, exhibitions, crafts, food and music. More than 3,000 people will be participating, and along with all of the above, there will be displays that highlight the contributions that Native Americans have made the history of the continent. A printer can provide a range of marketing services that can be utilized by the organizers of an event such as this to help promote it to the local area, and the rest of the world as well.

The festival, which has been named by the American Bus Association in the past as being one of the 100 best events in North America, will take place in EXPO New Mexico, which can be found in Albuquerque at 300 San Pedro NE. It will run from April 27 until April 29, and tickets start at $18 each. VIP passes start at $65 each, and tickets, accommodation, and additional details about this year’s powwow can be found on its website.

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