June 3 - 4

Native Pride Dancers present Ketti Nimiko!


Children's Festival, Ordway Concert Hall

Approximate Run-time: 50-60 min

Age Recommendation: All ages

Ketti Nimiko! When translated from the Meskwaki language means to “Dance Hard!” Watch as members of Native Pride Dancers and special guests take the stage and present the Eagle dance, Traditional Men’s Dance, Jingle Dress Dance, Grass Dance, Meskwaki Applique, Fancy Shawl Dance, and Fancy Dance. They will educate, inspire, motivate, and empower our diverse audience to bridge cultural gaps through Indigenous traditions: music, dance, and stories!

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Sunday, June 4, 2017 | noon  Get Tickets >

Community Engagement Spotlight

This performance is part of an Ordway community engagement series, Oyate Okodakiciyapi: a unique celebration of Native music and dance, guided by Community Coordinator Christal Moose and an advisory council of Native and Indigenous community leaders. For the full list of happenings, including exhibitions, conversations, and workshops, surrounding this performance visit: www.ordway.org/oyate-okodakiciyapi.