22nd Annual Indian Market 2023

The 22nd Annual
Indian Market and Powwow

Tesoro Indian Market 2023

Photo Left – David Holley, Painting Right – Peterson Yazzie

A Celebration of American Indian Art, Culture, and Dance

Join us for a weekend of family fun!

Award-winning American Indian artists will sell and demonstrate authentic artwork in a juried show. Entertainment includes performances, music, honoring of veteran Jesse Hamilton, demonstrations of live hawks, eagles, and other creatures, and exhibits from Denver Museum of Nature and Science and History Colorado. Delicious cuisine from The Fort Restaurant will be available.

Saturday and Sunday,
June 3 & 4, 2023
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days
Open to the Public!
Admission: $15
Children 7-12 $10
Children 6 and under FREE!
Parking is Free
Schedule of Events >
At The Fort
19192 Highway 8
Morrison, Colorado – in Southwest Denver “Red Rocks Country”
See the map on our Contact Us page >

Printable 2022 Indian Market Event Flyer PDF >

If you’re an artist and are interested in participating in the art show, please email info@tesoroculturalcenter.org to request more information.

The Indian Market brings over 40 Indian nations together to share Indian Culture with the public through art, dance, demonstrations, education, and celebrations. Families can enjoy interactive activities, storytelling and more! Nature’s Educators will be bringing live eagles, hawks and raptors for education and demonstration.

Attending Artists – Here is our current list, we will be updating as artists are added:

2023 Attending Artists > 

Members-Only Patron Party

The festivities for this event will kick off with a Tesoro Member-Exclusive Meet the Artists Patron Party on Friday, June 2nd from 6 – 9 p.m. at The Fort (19192 Highway 8 in Morrison). Guests will have the first opportunity to purchase award-winning art, and enjoy live music and entertainment. Fort Hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar will provided.

Become a Member and Buy Your Tickets to the Patron Party Today by
clicking here >



Tesoro Cultural Center Powwow

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