36th Annual FNUniv Pow wow

Posted By Wambdi April 3rd, 2014 Last Updated on: April 4th, 2014

It is that time of year again. The First Nations University of Canada celebrates it's 36th Annual competition pow wow on April 12-13, 2014. The First Nations University of Canada is the only Indigenous institution in Canada and is proud to host one of the largest in Western Canada and best pow wows of the season. It is also considered the kick off pow wow in Canada. The pow wow is located in Regina Saskatchewan at the Brandt Centre. It is completely organized by students, staff and faculty.

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Last year we had over 5,000 people show up to the pow wow and about 600 dancers, and that is a slow year. Previously there has been up to a 1000 dancers. It is broad cast live on TV on and a highlighted event of the cities tourism industry.

Adult Categories 

1st – $1000
2nd $800
3rd – $600
4th – $400


Drum Contest

1st – $7000
2nd – $5000
3rd – $3000
4th – $2000
5th – $1000
6th – $800
7th – $800
8th – $800

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$7.00 Daily pass

$10.00 Weekend Pass



Grand Entry – 12 pm and 7pm

Registration – opens 10 am Saturday morning

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Tiny tots, Junior and Teens Grass, Elders Honouring, Hand Drum, 2 Old Style Jingle, 17 and under Boys Fancy, and Women's Traditional

FNUniv looks forward to hosting it again this year and welcoming all the visitors. Come join in the celebration.


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