Native American Show

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Native American Show
Reasons to book this ACT
  • A Leader in Native American Dance, Music, Entertainment & Education

  • Popular with corporate events, cultural festivals, world events, schools

  • Presents to approximately 400 corporate clients per year

  • Previous clients inc Microsoft, Wells Fargo Bank, Toyota, IMB, Pfizer...

  • Based in Phoenix, Arizona & available to perform at events worldwide

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This Native American Show was formed in 1997 as a way to share native culture and dance with various people from all across the United States as well as overseas.

They provide entertainment to companies, corporation, public events, schools/universities, and private events. The Native American Show specialises in musical, cultural dance performances, and artisans. The show presents to approximately 400 corporate clients per year to groups ranging from 15 to 1000 guests.  Their presentations are both entertaining and educational in nature and are designed around the needs of each particular client.

Through their entertaining as well as educational presentations you will see dances that have survived thousands of years. You will witness the beauty and grace of color and movement as the air resonates with the beautiful and rhythmic sounds of the first nations.

During the shows you will get an opportunity to learn the origins as well as the purpose of many of the dances and be thoroughly entertained with appropriate humour.

Show options

Dancing Presentations
Native Spirit can provide many different types of dance presentations. Ranging from a hoop dance all the way up to 10 or more dancers. Each show is high paced entertaining and educational. These shows are often done to conclude an evening event or open a general session

Native Spirit Trio
A musical collaboration with different musical artists. A combination of guitar, piano and percussion revolving around the soothing sounds of Native American Flute. 

Greeters
Greeters are dressed in their original attire or raglia. To start of the evening the greeters would welcome the guest to the event.

Native Spirit Lecture Series
These lectures are a very fun and informing way to learn about Native American customs, traditions, cultural heritage and stereotypes.

Native American Blessing
Approximately 7 – 10 minutes. Done in the traditional manner and in traditional attire, this is a great start to any series of events.

Sand Painter
Watch in amazement as the picture comes to life right before your eyes. Truly one of the most unique arts of the southwest, the sand painter creates a complete art form using colored sand derived from traditional sources. This art form originates from a traditional healing ceremony. The format in which this art is displayed is not religious.

Team Building
Native Spirit now offers a truly unique Team Building event. It is a hands-on, stand-up, and get out of your chair kind of program. It will have everyone laughing, having fun and most of all learning from the beginning to end.

Arizona State Fair     
Wells Fargo Bank     
Metro Parent Magazine
Oklahoma State Fair     
Bank of America     
Northwestern Michigan College
San Diego State Fair     
Toyota     
Arizona State University
Los Angles County Fair     
GoDaddy     
Colby College, Maine
Indiana State Fair     
Dallas Museum of Art     
Local Schools (Elementary, College, Universities, & Libraries)
Indian Summer Festival, Milwaukee     
Pfizer     
Grand Canyon University, Phoenix
Great American Wild West Show     
Microsoft     
Minnesota Vikings
Tours of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland     
IBM     
LA Dodgers Baseball
Silver Dollar City, Branson, MO     
New Orleans Hornets     
Preferred Vendor of Heard Museum