Wyandotte Nation hosts 27th Annual Pow-Wow

Wyandotte Nation Chief Billy Friend entering the arena Saturday evening during Grand Entry as the sun sets. (Photo by William Swaim)

Wyandotte Nation Chief Billy Friend entering the arena Saturday evening during Grand Entry as the sun sets. (Photo by William Swaim)

e nation tribal citizen Joshua Garcia competes in the Men's Grass contest Sunday. (Photo by William Swaim)

e nation tribal citizen Joshua Garcia competes in the Men’s Grass contest Sunday. (Photo by William Swaim)

Wyandotte Nation tribal citizen Sara Wright during an exhibition dance. (Photo by William Swaim)

Wyandotte Nation tribal citizen Sara Wright during an exhibition dance. (Photo by William Swaim)

Wyandotte Nation tribal citizen Caleb Garcia, a fancy dancer, at Saturday's Pow-Wow afternoon session. (Photo by William Swaim)

Wyandotte Nation tribal citizen Caleb Garcia, a fancy dancer, at Saturday’s Pow-Wow afternoon session. (Photo by William Swaim)

Sunset at Grand Entry Saturday evening. (Photo by William Swaim)

Sunset at Grand Entry Saturday evening. (Photo by William Swaim)

The Wyandotte Nation hosted its 27th Annual Pow-Wow Friday, Sept. 9 through Sunday, Sept. 11. and featured $35,000 in prize money for dancers. The event featured Head Singer the Sovo Family, the Head Man Dancer Michael Roberts, Head Lady Dancer Donnie Pewo, Head Gourd Dancer Walter Dye, Northern Drum Redland Singers, Arena Director Dude Blalock, Head Judge Jay Blalock, and Master of Ceremonies Steve Kinder as well as some of the top dancers.

To view more photos of the event with images from Friday, Saturday and Sunday sessions, visit the Wyandotte Nation Facebook page or click the links below:

Friday evening Pow-Wow

Saturday Pow-Wow

Sunday Pow-Wow

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