Stage 49 at Gathering of Nations Pow Wow
North America’s Largest Pow Wow
April 26 & 27th, 2019
Powwow Grounds Expo New Mexico/Tingley Coliseum
Albuquerque, NM, U.S.A.
Managed by: Emergence Productions
Watch Stage 49 LIVE on PowWows.com
2019 Stage 49 Hours:
Friday & Saturday, April 26 & 27th – 12:00PM (noon) to 11:00PM Mountain time.
Included in the cost of Gathering of Nations Powwow Admission.
Come and enjoy 2 days (April 26– 27th, 2019) of contemporary Native music and entertainment which highlights Native Musicians performing in all genres of music: Rock, Blues, Reggae, Hip Hop, Country, DJ’s, Jam Bands, World, Traditional and more.
As a full premier production stage, Stage 49 is instrumental in promoting new and showcasing established Native American talent. Entertainers are featured daily throughout the event with roving performers and also showcased before “Grand Entry” in the Pow Wow Arena. Don’t miss these featured acts and meet the bands at the Emergence Productions Stage 49 tent!
Stage 49 Performers
- Tribe Called Red
- Sage Bond
- Antoine Edwards Jr
- Liv The Artist
- Fenders 2
- Under Exile
- Leela Gilday
- Lindy Vision
- Neon Nativez
- Sage Cornelius
- Rezcoast Grizz
- Jonathan Dixon
- Fatal Corruption
- Terrence Jade
- DJ Logic Featuring Project Logic
- Curtis Clearsky and The Constellationz
- Rellik and Signal From Earth
Hosts – David Bearsheild and Jackie Bird
- Darren Thompson
- Jackie Bird
- Sage Bond
- Liv The Artist
- Fat City
Host – Beulah Sunrise
A TRIBE CALLED RED TO HEADLINE 2019 GATHERING OF NATIONS – STAGE 49
Albuquerque, N.M. – December 31, 2018
Today the Gathering of Nations is overjoyed to officially announce A TRIBE CALLED RED is the headlining feature on STAGE 49 at the 36th annual Gathering of Nations Pow Wow, April 26 & 27, 2019 in Albuquerque New Mexico. This will be the second appearance for the Group. ATCR is excited to perform at The Gathering of Nations once again. The Thrill of jamming before the largest Native audience is beyond expectation. A TRIBE CALLED RED is bringing their best “Jamtronic” performance to the heart of Indian Country, North America’s Biggest Pow Wow.
Modern Hip Hop, Traditional Powwow Drums and Vocals, blended with edgy Electronic Music production styles currently made up of Bear Witness, and 2oolman, ATCR first got together in 2008. They are a part of a vital generation of artists making a cultural and social impact in Canada alongside a renewed Aboriginal rights movement called Idle No More.
ATCR’s beginnings will always be rooted in the uplifting and inclusive Electric Pow Wow nights formerly held on the second Saturday of every month at Ottawa’s Club Babylon. During the parties, formed an eclectic a crowd of indigenous people (which includes First Nations people, Métis, Inuit, and 631 other nations) mixed with music heads, social activists and anyone looking for a great party and a safe space to come together. Electric Pow Wow formed the roots of what would become the DNA of the live ATCR experience that has now toured the world over.
Through the group’s positivity and tireless work ethic, their message has expanded to global proportions with tours in Australia, Europe, Mexico, and the United States.
It’s no accident that Native American activist, poet, and musician John Trudell is the first voice you hear on the collective’s third album, We Are The Halluci Nation, as the group considers him a forefather for this movement. The album includes a number of other connections as well, ranging from hip-hop star Yasiin Bey (AKA Mos Def) or Saul Williams to Colombian visual artist and musician Lido Pimienta to native musicians Black Bear, Tanya Tagaq to the Australian aboriginal band OKA or the Swedish-Sami singer Maxida Marak.
The crew has performed high profile festival dates at Coachella, Bonnaroo, AfroPunk, Osheaga, and New Orleans Jazz Fest to list a few. In 2014, they garnered mainstream recognition when the band became the first Indigenous group to win the Breakthrough Group of the Year award at the Juno Awards (Canada’s Grammys). ATCR was also long-listed for Canada’s prestigious Polaris Music Prize in 2012 and 2013 and its debut album was included in the Washington Post’s top 10 albums of that same year.
A Tribe Called Red promotes inclusivity, empathy, and acceptance amongst all races and genders in the name of social justice. They believe that indigenous people need to define their identity on their own terms. If you share this vision, then you are already part of the Halluci Nation.
“We are the Halluci Nation.”
Everyone is invited to attend and enjoy this Electronic Digital Music (EDM) Native Style.
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