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1st Annual Jim Pepper Native Arts Festival in Portland, OR

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1st Annual Jim Pepper Native Arts Festival in Portland, OR

Time: August 7, 2013 at 6pm to August 10, 2013 at 10pm
Location: Parkrose High School Performing Arts Center
Street: 12003 Northeast Shaver Street
City/Town: Portland, OR 97220
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Event Type: festival
Organized By: Sean Aaron Cruz ~ Executive Director, 1000 Nations
Latest Activity: Jul 26, 2013

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Event Description

The Jim Pepper Festival 2013 features multiple Nammy winners, Grammy winners and Grammy nominees:

Keith Secola; John Trudell and Bad Dog; Star Nayea; Swil Kanim; Nancy King and Glen Moore; The Free Spirits reunion: Larry Coryell, Ra-Kalam Bob Moses, Chris Hills, Columbus Chip Baker and Friends, all in the theater, ticketed concerts in the evening.

On the free daytime Flying Eagle Main Stage: The Grand Ronde Canoe Family, representing the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde; Jan Michael Looking Wolf; Sacred Winds Flutes; Four Directions drum; J.B. Butler and Luciana Proana; Sol Seed; the Marin Zarzar Band; more TBA, all free but bring two items of nonperishable food for the Oregon Food Bank.

The National Museum of the American Indian’s traveling exhibit IndiVisible will make its first Portland appearance at the 1st annual Jim Pepper Native Arts Festival, August 7 – 10 and then will return to Portland through October – November for an extended run at Portland Community College’s Cascade Campus.

Admission to the IndiVisible exhibit at Jim PepperFest 2013 will be free to the public, open 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Wednesday – Saturday August 7 – 10, at Parkrose HS Performing Arts Center in NE Portland.

Ticketed concerts are $25 per show or $95 for a season pass. Tickets available here:

The Northwest Indian Veterans Association (NIVA) will post the colors at 11:00 a.m. Wed Aug 7

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