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From December 26th to January 1st, tribal members from across the Americas will make Miccosukee Indian Village their destination, celebrating the 39th Annual Miccosukee Arts & Crafts Festival and astounding locals and international visitors alike with bold traditions, spectacular Native dance performances and storytelling, daring feats, the largest artists’ pavilion of authentic and one-of-a-kind Native American arts & crafts, and a kaleidoscope of Native culture.
Festival goers can expect to be spirited away to a land of myth and legend by the traditional Cherokee storytelling of Diamond Go-Sti, sharing an oral tradition that’s been passed down from generation to generation, dazzling dance performances by world-renowned artist and two-time World Champion Fancy Dancer Larry Yazzie, and the spellbinding, fire-defying acts of the Mai Kai Dancers.
What’s more, festival guests can walk along the pathway that connects past traditions with contemporary vision in a Miccosukee Fashion Show, taste traditional Native American Cuisine, quicken their pulse in a thrilling alligator wrestling show, and - for an additional admission fee – hop aboard a Miccosukee airboat ride for a unique, no-boundaries view of the Florida Everglades.
Buy your tickets at the Gate.
Children ages 7-12: $9
Kids 6 and under are free!
Free shuttle transportation will be available from Miccosukee Resort & Gaming.
Present your 39th Annual Miccosukee Arts & Crafts Festival admission ticket and receive $2.00 off your airboat ride at Miccosukee Indian Village & Airboat Rides.
For more information, call: 305.480.1924
Miccosukee Indian Village & Airboat Rides
Mile Marker 70, U.S. Highway 41, Tamiami Trail, Miami, FL 33194
24 miles west of the Florida Turnpike, on S.W. 8th Street (Tamiami Trail) in Miami, Florida