Thank you all for a wonderful 2022 festival. Over two days we hosted safely numerous participants and attendees.  Please mark your calendars for the 2023 festival on February 4 – 5 at the Scottsdale Civic Center.  Held in conjunction with Scottsdale’s Western Week, the Arizona Indian Festival provides a new platform for tribal tourism and awareness of Arizona’s indigenous communities by creating an inclusive inter-tribal event celebrating culture, traditional arts, crafts, and foods, as well as innovations and trends in cultural tourism experiences in Arizona.

The Cultural Experiences:

Indian Villages

Arizona is made up of 22 tribes, and most will be at the Arizona Indian Festival during the event. From the traditional food, to storytelling, to traditional dancing, singing and traditional dwellings represented within the village area, you will walk away fascinated by the native beauty that Arizona has to offer.

Tribal Royalty

Dozens of tribal royalty will be talking to guests throughout the weekend, making special appearances at the main stage and children’s craft area. These young women practice and demonstrate their cultural traditions through songs, dance, stories, humor, and the way they dress.

Arts & Crafts

AIF offers visitors the opportunity to buy directly from Native American artisans. Feel free to ask questions about the process of jewelry making, the creation of a Navajo rug or the patience it requires to make pottery. They are anxious to share their story with you.

 

Scottsdale Civic Center
3939
N Drinkwater Blvd.
Civic Center
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Admission
Free
Recurring daily
Starting: 10:00 AM