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Juneau, the Inside Passage, and Southeast Alaska Cultural Festivals Fodor's Choice

More than 2,000 Native dancers gather in Juneau every even-numbered year in June to celebrate their heritage and the continued vitality of Alaska Native cultures. First held in 1982, this four-day cultural festival brings together tribal groups from all over the state, and includes a parade through the streets of Juneau for which participants don traditional, often very elaborate, handmade regalia. There's also a juried art show, Native fashion show, toddler regalia review, food contests, and a Native artist market. All events are open to the public, but the dance performances require a purchased ticket.

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1 Sealaska Plaza
Juneau, Alaska  99801, USA

907-463–4844

www.sealaskaheritage.org/institute/celebration

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Rate Includes: $18 one-day pass

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