Indian Summer Festival

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Country and Region United StatesWisconsin
Type of Festival Dance, Music
Location of Festival Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA
Festival Contact Information

Indian Summer Festival
Indian Summer Festivals, Inc.
10809 W Lincoln Avenue, No. 101
West Allis, Wisconsin 53227 USA
Phone: (01) 414-727-9749

Festival Description

A blending of the traditional and the contemporary, the Indian Summer Festival offers a fun and entertaining way to experience the diversity of American Indian culture. Each year a festival theme is chosen to showcase American Indian entertainers, musicians, fine artists, and craft people. 
The festival also celebrates the rich American Indian heritage with authentic tribal villages, storytellers, traditional handcrafts, dance troupes, and lacrosse. Other highlights include a full competition Pow wow with the must see grand entry of dancers, the spectacular fireworks display on Friday and Saturday, the highly acclaimed food, and Friday’s very special Education Day. Don’t miss the Indian Summer Music Award (ISMA) show on Saturday evening.

Festival Dates September 6 - 8, 2013
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Practical Info:

  • Henry Maier Festival Park (on the lakefront)
    Milwaukee, Wisonsin
  • Prices are $10 (advance), $12 (gate) for adults; $5 (advance), $7 (gate) for children 7-12; children 6 and under are free.
  • For information, contact the office at 10809 W. Lincoln Ave., Suite #101, West Allis, WI 53227.
  • For more information, phone (01) 414-604-1000, or visit the web site at
  • 2:00pm, Friday (festival’s Education Day opens the fest early to SCHOOLS ONLY, At 4pm, the festival opens to the public.)
  • 4pm-midnight Friday
  • Noon-midnight Saturday
  • 11am-10pm Sunday


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