New Mexico Pueblo Feast Day Dances

Native American Dances at New Mexico Pueblos

Native American dance at Santa Fe Plaza

Native American dances at Santa Fe Plaza

Though traditional Feast Day dances on New Mexico Pueblos are abundant throughout the year, here are just a few listings to illustrate the rich heritage, tradition and importance Native American Dances have within modern Pueblo life. Easter is a time of celebration and worship for the Native American Pueblo people as it is with Anglo and Spanish Christian New Mexicans.


PUEBLO DANCES Easter Weekend

SUNDAY – March 27, 2016
(All information is subject to change)

NAMBE:
BOW AND ARROW DANCE
10am OR SO TO EARLY AFTERNOON

Carne Adovada - a New Mexican Pueblo Feast Day favorite!

Carne Adovada – a New Mexican Pueblo Feast Day favorite!

OHKAY OWINGEH (SAN JUAN):
BUFFALO DANCE
10AM
OR SO FOR MOST OF THE DAY

SAN ILDEFONSO:
MEN’S DANCES
BEGINS AT 9am

SANTA CLARA:
RAIN DANCE
ALL DAY

COCHITI
DANCING EASTER AND MON.
MAR. 27 AND 28
AROUND
11am 2/3pm

Traditional Tamales - a welcomed meal in New Mexico culture.

Traditional Tamales – a welcomed meal in New Mexico culture.

SANTA DOMINGO
NOW KEWA
DANCING EASTER AND
MAR. 27/28/29/30
MON./TUES./ WED. ,
FROM 10am-3pm OR SO

Santo Domingo Pueblo Church

Santo Domingo Pueblo Church

RESERVATIONS