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The Performing Arts will again play a major role in the overall festival presentation. This year we'll be looking forward to presenting some of the best in Aboriginal talents from all over the world.

Information on past festival performaces can be found in the Archive section.


Performing Arts Schedule

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RBC MAIN STAGE PERFORMANCES

Saturday, November 28, 2009
Emcee: Rosa John

11:45 am - 12:45pm Jig on the Fly
Kahurangi Maori Dance
Arvel Bird

 

5:30 pm - 6:30pm Apache Crown Dance
Ollin Tonatiuh Aztec Dancers
Estun-Bah Apache Cane Flute

 

Sunday, November 29, 2009
Emcee: Rosa John

10:45 am - 11:45 am Apache Crown Dance
Kehewin Native Dance Theatre
Estun-Bah Apache Cane Flute

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Fashion Show/ Music Cafe Stage

Saturday, November 29, 2009
Music Emcee: Violet John

Time Artist/Performers/Demonstration Genre

 

11:00 am Indigenous Soul Tribe Break Dance
11:15 am Will Belcourt Pop/Rock
11:30 am Gail Obediah Jazz/Blues
2:00 pm Fashion Show by Turtle Concepts
4:00 pm Fashion Show by Turtle Concepts
6:00 pm Mark Jacob Country
6:15 pm Missy Knott Pop
6:30 pm Will Belcourt Pop/Rock

Sunday, November 29, 2009
Music Emcee: Violet John

Time Artist/Performers/Demonstration Genre

 

1:00 pm Fashion Show by Turtle Concepts
3:00 pm Gail Obediah Jazz/Blues
3:30 pm Missy Knott Pop

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Performance Theatre

Saturday, November 28, 2009
Emcee: Monique Diabo

Time Artist/Performers/Demonstration Genre

 

11:00 am Kehewin Native Dance Theatre Storytelling & Hoop Dance
11:30 am Ollin Tonatiuh Aztec Dancers Traditional Dance
12:00 pm Indigenous Soul Tribe Break Dance Kehewin
1:00 - 2:00 pm

Break for Grand Entry

2:00 pm Shawn Bernard Rap
2:30 pm Feedback Rock
3:00 pm Mark Jacob Country
3:30 pm Arvel Bird Fiddle
4:00 pm Shawnee Talbot Blues/Country
4:15 pm Jig on the Fly Metis Jiggers
4:30 pm The Breaking Wind Rock
4:45 pm Indigenous Soul Tribe Break Dance
5:15 pm Shawn Bernard Rap
5:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Dinner Break

6:00 pm Shawnee Talbot Blues/Country
6:30 pm The Breaking Wind Rock
7:00 pm Feedback Rock

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Performance Theatre

Sunday November 29, 2009
Emcee: Ron Robert

Traditional Teachings - 2012 Mystery and Other Ancient Prophecies
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
$10. 00 admission

Presenters:

  • Alonso Mendez of the Maya Culture and Ed Barnhart, a Mayan archaeologist
    will speak on debunking the fears and worries of scientists prediction of some gigantic castrophic occurrence on Dec. 21st, 2012 or shortly after this date.
  • Leigh Kuwanwisiwma
    A Hopi representative speaking on a prophecy that is significant and corroborated by Science. The prophecy deals with an asteroid known to the Hopi as the Yellow Star Katsina. Hopis predict that once the Yellow Star Katsina appears in the sky, it will signify the "end times" and/or "a crying rock is rolling towards the Hopi people (humanity)".
  • Tony Duncan of the Apache and Arikara/Hidatsa Nations
    will speak on the meanings of the imagery and transitions of the creation stories of the Apache. The skies, the stars and the prophecies of birth and re-birth are very important in Apache tradition. Respect for earth, water and sky accounts for the continuation of the human race. Without that respect it is clear the earth and all that is on it will suffer as it is now.

There will be a fifteen minute presentation by each of the four presenters listed above and then open the floor for questions and answers.

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