Red Earth Festival

Oklahoma is home to more Native Americans than any other state. Each year, for the past 23 years, Oklahoma City hosts the Red Earth Festival, where more than 100 tribes come together to celebrate their cultures, dance, art, food, and everything in between. It is the largest Native American gathering in the country. The event took place from June 6th to June 8th this year and, ever since then, we’ve been waiting to find some pictures to post on Cold Splinters. We wait no longer. Beautiful.

William Horncloud – Chiefs Honoring Song (Traditional Lakota Song)

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