The Lied Center stage full of powwow dancers

April 9, 2022 | 11am-8pm | Lied Center of Kansas

Growing the legacy of enriching our local community through Native American traditions and cultural heritage at the University of Kansas!

A male powwow dancer with a competition bib on his arm. Other dancers are in the background

33rd KU FNSA Powwow

The Annual Powwow, hosted by KU's First Nations Student Association, is a celebration of diverse Native American cultures in our community through dancing, singing, and honoring the traditions of our ancestors.

Powwow Details
An Indigenous man shows a child how to grind plants using stones

5th Indigenous Cultures Festival  

The Indigenous cultures festival is a free community event on the day of the FNSA Powwow that has activities such as Indigenous films, educational workshops, and children’s activities focused on Indigenous cultures and history.

Festival Details
A graphic of 16 logos of the sponsors