2021 Gathering of Nations Pow Wow Information

2021 Gathering of Nations Pow Wow Information

Posted By PowWow Articles January 6th, 2021 Last Updated on: April 11th, 2021

The Gathering of Nations
April 23-24, 2021
Virtual Event

Powwows.com will once again be live streaming The Gathering of Nations (GON), North America's largest Pow Wow, which be held virtually for the second straight year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

GON is a two-day experience featuring dynamic Pow Wow dancing, unforgettable Native music, the Traders' Market, and plenty more. Most of the traditional Pow Wow events will be held virtually, with the notable exception of Miss Indian World, which will be canceled for the second straight year.




Tickets on sale now!

Buy your ticket now to watch the live contest singing and dancing on April 24, 2021.

Saturday, April 24th is the Live Contest Powwow & Dance Party.
 
See Dancers & Singers Zoom live from across North America for the Dancing/Singing Contest, featuring the GON Announcers, Excerpts of GON Horse Parade, Out-Going Presentation by Miss Indian World, Musical Presentation from Stage 49- Stateline, and see the Live Interactive Dance Party featuring DJ Logic.
 
Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind virtual Powwow.

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The Miss Indian World Committee and the GON decided once again that the pageant should remain an “in-person” event. However, the current Miss Indian World, Cheyenne Kippenberger, will be conducting an outgoing presentation during this year's virtual GON on April 24, 2021. 

The Miss Indian World Pageant is scheduled to resume in-person in 2022. 



2021 Gathering of Nations Pow Wow Poster

2021 Gathering of Nations Head Staff

Show Hosts
Lisa Meeches –Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN
Jason Whitehouse – Mt. Pleasant, MI

Announcers
Dennis Bowen, Sr. – Salamanca, NY
Vince Beyl – Bemidji, MN
Ruben Little Head – Happy Flats, MT
Juaquin Hamilton- Young Bird – Shawnee, OK

Features Announcer
Larry Yazzie – Tama, IA

Invited Drums
Black Eagle – Jemex Pueblo, NM
Otter Trail– Apache, OK
Southern Style – Red Mesa, UT
Southern Slam – Zia Pueblo, NM

Stay tuned for more updates on Gathering of Nations 2021. This post will be periodically updated.


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7 thoughts on “2021 Gathering of Nations Pow Wow Information

  1. Vicki says:

    Would love to purchase the poster and t-shirt if available. Please let us know how we can do so. Thank you 😊

  2. I am 72 years young and I am disabled so I cannot dance like I did but I watch the powwows and play my drum. The drumming is my heartbeat and it brings me back to our Ancestors. I miss so terribly going to powwows but at least I can watch and participate with my drum and my prayers. I am so blessed by watching the powwows they bring joy to my spirit. I will be having my fifth back surgery as soon as they figure out just how serious this will be, I am asking for prayers from my sisters and brothers. I pray that all of my sisters and brothers will be blessed abundantly with everything they need A’HO

  3. Loretta I Lee says:

    I am also interested in the poster. Will we get updates on everything related to the GON, such as vendors, etc.?

  4. Deborah Burrell says:

    Help I found almost 20 years ago I found a bag of native American pottery pieces. I heard that sites have been raided . Someone said give to the government. But I believe they belong to Nati.Please can you help me . Can you direct.They are quite beautiful.

    • Uray W Maynor says:

      I want a poster…where can we get 1??

      We are looking for a refund since it will be virtual…..how can we get our money back on this event????

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