Date & Time

Saturday, August 3, 2019
1 – 5 pm

Address

Father Hennepin Bluff Park
420 Main St. SE

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Activities

Art, Music, Food, Exhibitors and More

These activities are free and open to the public
No registration required

About

Owámni means “falling water” in the Dakota language, making it an apt name for a festival beside the only waterfall on the Mississippi River. This free and family-friendly event celebrates indigenous Minnesota culture with music, art, food, and more.

2019 Flyer [PDF]

st. anthony falls heritag board logo

Made possible by a grant from the St. Anthony Falls Heritage Board.


Music and Stage Performances

1:00 – 1:05 pm Opening and intro
1:05 – 1:20 pm Hoka-Hey Drum Group
1:25 – 2:25 pm Wade Fernandez
2:30 – 3:05 pm Kelly Jackson and Wade Fernandez
3:10 – 3:55 pm Thomas X
4:00 – 5:00 pm Nataanii Means

 

Food Vendors

  • Pow-Wow Grounds
  • Native Food Perspectives
  • Dream of Wild Health
  • Sioux Chef

Artist Demonstrators

  • Deanna Beaulieu
  • James Autio
  • Gabe Ward
  • Pat Kruse
  • Courtney Cochran

st. anthony falls heritage board logo

Made possible by a grant from the St. Anthony Falls Heritage Board.

Event Contact

Tom Godfrey
Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board
612-230-6484
tgodfrey@minneapolisparks.org

st. anthony falls heritage board

Made possible by a grant from the St. Anthony Falls Heritage Board.

  • Main St S.E. from Merriam Ave to 6th Ave SE has pay parking meters and is available for parking
  • There is street parking on 2nd St. S.E. between 3rd Ave. and 7th Ave
  • There is a parking ramp on 2nd Ave S.E. that is available for parking vehicles as well