The Native American Dance & Music Festival is Ganondagan's annual summer event that features a wide range of Native American traditional dancers, musicians, storytellers, and artists sharing their cultural heritage, crafts and arts with festival goers. The Dineh Tah' Navajo Dancers from Albuquerque, New Mexico, the Iroquois Social Dancers, as well as, Joanne Shenandoah will be performing.
This event also features the ever popular children and adult workshops such as cornhusk doll making, native foods such as fry-bread, interpreted programs in the Visitor's Center and Bark Longhouse, guided trail walks, and the family drum jam.
Free festival parking is available at Fireman’s Field off Maple Avenue in Victor with free shuttle bus service from 9:45 am to 6:00 pm on both days between the parking area and festival grounds. Handicapped parking is available at the Historic Site, and on-site Shuttle Service is available if needed. All performances in the Main Tent have sign language interpreters.