Indigenous Voices Pow Wow


*This is a drug, alcohol, & weapon free event. WSU is not responsible for any damages, travel expenses, thefts, injuries, or accidents sustained while visiting the event. 


FREE and open to the public!

Head Staff

Master of Ceremonies
Nino Reyos- Ute/Pueblo
Salt Lake City, UT

Arena Director
Lane Neaman-Shoshone/Ute
Taylorsville, UT  

Host Drum
Sage Point Singers
Fort Hall, ID

Head Man Dancer
AD Stevens-Ute/Sho-Ban/SC Apache
South Jordan, UT

Head Woman Dancer
Shanika Harry- Navajo
Layton, UT

Grand Entries
6 p.m.

Arts & Crafts Vendors

Chairs will be provided. There are no lawn chairs permitted on Ballroom floors. 

Vendor application must be completed prior to event. There will be no onsite application submission or payment for vendor booths. Below are the details for vendor table time.

  • Setup begins at 10:30 a.m.
  • Take Down at 9:30 p.m.
  • Union must be cleared of vendors by 10 p.m.

For-Profit Vendors, as an individual or entity, who is selling goods and services for a price to customers, are REQUIRED to complete the WSU Vendor Application form

Non-Profit Organizations, University Departments, and University Clubs & Organizations, please contact Tashina Barber at

There is absolutely no "Walk Around" sales/vending permitted.

*Weber State University Policy prohibits the sale or giving of any food from your booth. Any food distribution must be arranged through WSU Dining Services weeks in advance. You may give out individually wrapped candy.

About Native American Pow Wows

Native American Pow Wow's are held for many purposes; they celebrate the new beginning of life, to honor warriors, ceremonies and achievements. Pow Wow's provide a sense of family, community, pride and tradition through dance and music.

American Indian Council

The American Indian Council (AIC) is a student club that organizes activities and events which honor the beauty of Native American cultures.  AIC strives to provide quality opportunities for Native American students and non-Native American students to engage in events, such as the Pow-Wow, to learn and celebrate the cultures of various Tribal Nations. We strive to provide components of academic and extracurricular experiences that encourage student engagement within the university and community.


Tashina Barber, American Indian Council Advisor at 801-626-7367 or


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Celebration Week

March 26-30

Monday, March 26

Native Jewelry Day

Tuesday, March 27

Sessions on a Ledge: Pow Wow Dance Demo

  • Noon - 1 p.m.
  • Shepherd Union Atrium

Wednesday, March 28

Pow Wow 101 Etiquette

  • 2 - 3 p.m.
  • Shepherd Union 232

Thursday, March 29

American Indian Council Table

  • Shepherd Union 232

Friday, March 30

American Indian Council T-shirt Day