Must See: Hoop & Pow Wow Dancing in the Desert!

By Toyacoyah Brown on August 7, 2014
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I stumbled across this and had to share with you guys. These boys from Page, AZ are tearing it up in the desert. Joseph Secody is a dancer of all styles including grass dancing, hoop dancing and hip hop. Tomas Hunt was a 3rd place winner in the teen category at the 24th Annual World Championship Hoop Dance Contest.

Great job fellas, and I hope we see more dancing from you both!

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TOPICS: Blog, Featured, Native American Culture, Native American Music, Pow Wow

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5 Responses to “Must See: Hoop & Pow Wow Dancing in the Desert!”

  1. Shannon says:

    The boys also dance at Into the Grand on 148 6th ave in Page Monday thru Friday at 8pm following a Navajo Taco Dinner starting at 7.

  2. Dr. Betty V. Banda APACHE NATION says:

    I must say, you young warriors are AWESOME!!! Ussen, and our ancestors look upon you and smile, I’m sure of it!!!

  3. Joanne says:

    I lover indian land usa

  4. Cheryl Simmons says:

    As a old fat white person, I am so happy to that the young people are still following their roots.

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