Native American Dance & Music Festival
7000 County Road 41
Victor, NY 14564
Time: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Price: Members - FREE AdmissionNon-member Adult - $12 Non-member Seniors - $10 Non-member Students (18 and older) - $7Children (3 - 17 yrs), $5
Heading into its next quarter century, the signature Native American Dance & Music Festival at Ganondagan celebrates its 26th year with family favorites, new headliners, and a first-ever juried art show.
Not only will we feature the Akwesasne Women Singers and singer/ songwriter Bear Fox, but we also will be hosting Kevin Locke, visionary hoop dancer and Indigenous Flute player. Plus, you won't want to miss our first-ever juried art show on exhibit during the festival. Of course, our Iroquois Social Dance performers led by BIll Crouse, storytellers, and artisan demonstrators will have their talents on display. And don't forget the unique arts market and food! Additional daily family programming: the Wegmans Discovery Tent, tours of the Seneca Art & Culture Center and the Bark Longhouse replica, guided trail walks, and raffle opportunities.
Parking and shuttle service will be provided at The Apple Tree Farm, 1640 NY 444, Victor, NY.
Route 444 in the village of Victor is under construction. To get to Ganondagan, please use either School Rd to Route 41 (Boughton Hill Road), or Dryer Rd to Route 444. This is a very short detour.
This year’s festival is made possible in part by funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, Wegmans, Redcom Laboratories, media sponsor Kidsoutandabout.com and more than 100 volunteers.