The San Luis Rey Mission Inter-Tribal Pow-Wow is one of the largest in the region, and it is the only pow-wow presented on the grounds of a California Mission. A highlight of the pow-wow is the Grand Entry WATCH IT HERE
The Pow-wow, sponsored by The San Luis Rey Mission Indian Foundation, has a reputation as a very friendly, welcoming, family-oriented pow-wow with beautiful weather and a beautiful location.
Throughout each day, men, women and youth dancers participated in inter-tribal competition dancing (fancy shawl, jingle, grass, hoop and traditional styles) and drumming. Vendors sold Indian arts and crafts and food booths sold burgers, hot dogs and powwow favorites like Indian tacos and fry bread.
Each year, the San Luis Rey Mission Inter-Tribal Pow-wow draws participants from 15 to 20 tribes, including the Diegueño tribe and all seven Luiseño bands in San Diego County, as well as tribes from San Bernardino, Northern California, the Southwest and Missouri.
Do not miss next years Pow-Wow put it on your calendar JUNE 8th and 9th 2018