Tuba City, AZ
Canyon De Chelly
Window Rock, AZ
WINDOW ROCK, AZ. – the Fourth of July Celebration returns to the Navajo Nation capital.
“The Navajo Nation will feature a pageantry of cultural pride, professional athleticism, and music legends,” said Bowman. “Our Fourth of July Celebration will be an ideal event for families and people of all ages. Our theme is ‘Celebrating Freedom,’ and we want everyone to celebrate with us here in the capital of the Navajo Nation in Window Rock, Arizona.”
Rodeo fans can see the wild west come alive during a wild horse competition, which will be held in conjunction with the PRCA Rodeo on July 4th. Approximately 400 contestants from throughout the world will compete for prize money. The Fourth of July Celebration will also include a carnival and a professional fireworks display on July Fourth. For more information, contact www.NavajoNationParks.org.
To'Nanees'Dizi Dine' Fair" enjoy Inter-tribal dances, Carnival, All Indian Open Rodeo, Parade, Pageantry, Youth concerts, Elderly activities, Concessions, the popular Yeii bi cheii Ceremony, Arts and Crafts.
Enjoy and safe travels
The 32nd Annual Central Navajo Fair features a rodeo, pageants, carnival, vendor village, performances, and traditional song and dance.
The Navajo Nation Fair was established in 1938 to stimulate livestock improvements and management through exhibits for the Navajo people. The Navajo Nation Fair has become a world-renowned event that showcases Navajo Agriculture, Fine Arts and Crafts, with the promotion and preservation of the Navajo heritage by providing cultural entertainment.
For more information please visit the website: www.NavajoNationParks.org