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If you aren’t festival-ed (yep, festival-ed is a word) come to the Heard Museum this weekend for Arizona’s largest Indian market! If you don’t, you’ll pass by and hear all the music and see dancing and amazing artwork (both traditional and contemporary) and stand on the sidewalk with a frown on your face!
So in order not to frown, visit the 52nd Annual Heard Museum Indian Fair & Market this Saturday and Sunday, March 6 and 7, at the world-famous Heard Museum in Phoenix. Take the Light Rail to the Encanto/Heard Museum station and join in the fun!
More than 650 American Indian artists from all over the country, among the best in their fields, will be on hand for two days of shopping.
Art prices range from less than $20 to way more than $10,000–there’s something for every budget!
Also, nosh on frybread, posole and other Native foods, or grab a burger or hot dog and enjoy two stages of entertainment, ranging from acclaimed international recording artist R. Carlos Nakai and his “Wilde Boys” trio to traditional Native dance performances. Thanks to a partnership with Canyon Records, enjoy a second stage featuring some of the best Native musicians around!
Your Fait ticket includes the Heard’s 10 exhibit galleries, including the new exhibition “Hopi Katsina Dolls: 100 Years of Carving.”
Pay a visit to the Apache Village, which features Apache elder artists, storytelling by Ken Duncan and even a wikieup (a traditional Apache home)! It’s all at the Indian Fair.
Admission: $15 adults, kids 16 and under free. Two day passes are available. Visit heard.org/fair for more!