IICOT Powwow of Champions

Photo courtesy Intertribal Indian Club of Tulsa.
Photo courtesy Intertribal Indian Club of Tulsa.

Friday, Aug. 8-Sunday, Aug. 10

The title alone promises great competitive dancing, and the IICOT Powwow of Champions has never failed to deliver. The annual weekend event of the Intertribal Indian Club of Tulsa is back for the 2014 edition of arts, crafts, food, drumming and singing at the Mabee Center 7777 S. Lewis Ave., in Tulsa. The 37th annual powwow opens Friday, Aug. 8, with an evening of contests in junior divisions. The powwow continues Saturday, Aug. 9, with more regalia-clad dancers and events, including women’s shawl, cloth and jingle dance competitions and a chicken dance special in the evening. The event winds down Sunday, Aug. 10, with men’s categories (straight, traditional, grass and fancy dance). Tickets are $7 per person per day or $15 for the entire weekend. For more visit www.iicot.org.


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