Indigenous Americans celebrate at Crow Fair Powwow, Crow Agency, Montana. Photo courtesy Crazy Crow Trading Post.
Indigineous American powwows and fairs are special events held annually at various cities around Montana. Powwows highlight singing, drumming, stories, dancing, and dress of indigenous American peoples. Fun for the entire family. The granddaddy of them all is Crow Fair near Hardin, Montana. Crow Fair attract thousands of visitors.
- Kyiyo Powwow, Missoula
- American Indian Council Powwow, Bozeman
- North American Indian Alliance Powwow, Butte
- Little Shell Chippewa Powwow, Ulm
- Last Chance Community Powwow, Helena
- MSUB (Montana State University-Billings) Powwow, Billings
- Sweetgrass Society Powwow, Havre
- Salish Kootenai College Powwow, Pablo
- North American Indian Days, Browning
- Valley of the Chiefs Powwow and Rodeo, Lodge Grass
- Rocky Boy Powwow, Box Elder
- Wadopana Powwow, Wolf Point
- Hays Powwow, Hays
- Poplar Indian Days, Poplar
- Crow Fair Powwow and Rodeo, Crow Agency
Dates of events may change from year-to-year. Just do a look-up on Google for a powwow/fair and find dates and a description of activities. NOTICE: Many events in Montana are being cancelled in 2020, due to concerns about coronavirus. So check on an event before you go to see if it still scheduled to take place in 2020.