Navajo Nation Fair 2013 Information

Navajo Nation Fair 2013

Navajo Nation Fair 2013

Theme: “Honoring Navajo Language”

Date : September 2-8, 2013

Window Rock, AZ

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Miss Navajo Nation Pendleton Shawl Presentation

Navajo Nation Fair Schedule of Events 2013

9/1 Sunday
•    10am-4pm: Nizhoni Arts Market Accepting Fine Arts Competition Art Work (Gorman Hall)
9/2 Monday – Parking $5, Gates 6&8
•    8am-5pm: Open Junior Rodeo (DCJM Arena)
•    9am-11pm: Baby Contest (NACE)
•    10am- 4pm: Nizhoni Arts Market Accepting Fine Arts Competition Art Work (Gorman Hall)
9/3 Tuesday – Parking $5, Gates 6&8
•    8am-1pm: Indian Rodeo Slack (DCJM Arena)
•    8pm-10pm: Native Extreme Bull Riding (DCJM Arena)- $12 adults, $6 Child/Senior
•    12pm-5pm: 4H Senior Horse Show Check in
9/4 Wednesday – Parking $5, Gates 6&8
•    8am-9am: Midway, Navajo Pavilion & Exhibits Open
•    8am-1pm: Indian Rodeo Slack (DCJM Arena)
•    8am-12pm: 4H Junior Horse Show Check in
•    9am-12pm: Miss Navajo Butchering/Frybread Competition (Hazel Yazza Pavilion)
•    9am-5pm: 4H Senior Horse Show
•    10am-6pm: Horticulture Entries Taken (Nakai Hall)
•    10am-7pm: 4H Indoor Exhibits Check In
•    1pm-3pm: 4H Junior Horse Show
•    1pm-6pm: 4H Weigh Ins, Check Ins, Stall Assignments
•    2pm-6pm: Energy Expo Check In (across Gorman Hall)
•    2pm-7pm: 4H Indoor Entry Judging
•    5pm-7pm: Indian Rodeo 1st Perf (DCJM Arena), $12 Adults, $6 Child/Senior
•    6pm-NNF $1,000 Cash Drawing (DCJM Arena), $10/ticket
•    6pm-9pm: Frazier Shows of America Carnival, $1 Night, 5 ride min.
•    8pm-9pm: Latigo Concert (Pre-Show)
•    9pm-11pm: Marty Stuart in Concert, $20 advance, $25 day of show
•    11pm: Fireworks to follow concert
9/5 Thursday KIDS DAY -  Parking $5, Gates 6&8
•    8am-9pm: Midway, Navajo Pavilion, Exhibits OPEN
•    8am-9pm: ZD Roping (DCJM Portable Arena)
•    8am-1pm: Exceptional Rodeo (DCJM Arena)
•    8am-2pm: Ashkii Happy Day (Anne Wauneka Arena)
•    9am-3pm: Aging Program Elder Fest (Powwow Arena)
•    9am-5pm: 4H Junior Livestock Judging & Show
•    9am-6pm: Navajo Nation Energy Expo (across Gorman Hall)
•    10am-12pm: Nizhoni Arts Market Media Preview (Gorman Hall)
•    12pm-6pm: Nizhoni Arts Marktet & Fine Arts Competition Open (Gorman Hall)
•    10am-6pm: Horticulture Entries Taken (Nakai Hall)
•    12pm-11pm: Frazier Shows of America Carnival, $20 Wristband valid 12pm-4pm
•    1pm-3pm: Youth Dummy Roping (DCJM Arena)
•    3pm-5pm: Free BBQ (BBQ Pavilion)
•    5pm-7pm: Indian Rodeo 2nd Perf (DCJM Arena), $12 Adults, $6 Child/Senior
•    6pm-NNF $1,000 Cash Drawing (DCJM Arena), $10/ticket
•    7pm-7:30pm: Wild Horse Race Round 1(DCJM Arena)
•    8pm-9pm: Ethan 103 Concert pre-show
•    9pm-11pm: FUEL, $20 advance, $30 day of show
•    10pm-12am: Navajo ‘Star Wars’, Episode IV (Anne Wauneka Arena)
•    11pm-11:30pm: Fireworks to follow concert
9/6 Friday – Parking $5, Gates 6&8. $5 Adults, $3 child/senior
•    8am-12am: Midway, Navajo Pavilion, Exhibits OPEN
•    10am-8pm: Open Men & Women Basketball Tournament (WRSC)
•    10am-2pm: 4H Junior Livestock Show Auction & Sales
•    10am-2pm: Horticulture Judging (Nakai Hall)
•    10am-8pm: Navajo Nation Energy Expo (across Gorman Hall)
•    10am-8pm: Nizhoni Arts Marktet Open (Gorman Hall)
•    11am-12pm: Frybread Contest, Registration (Hazel Yazza Pavilion)
•    12pm-1pm: Frybread Contest, Navajo Nation Employee (Hazel Yazza Pavilion)
•    2pm-5pm: Horticulture Exhibit Opens (Nakai Hall)
•    2pm-8pm: Navajo Song & Dance Registration
•    230pm-4pm: 4H Poultry/Water Foul Showmanship Judging (4H Pavilion)
•    3pm-4pm: Frybread Contest, Navajo Nation Employee (Hazel Yazza Pavilion)
•    4pm-430pm: 4H Wooly Ride Entries
•    5pm-6pm: 4H Wooly Ride Competition
•    530pm-630pm: 4H Rabbit Showmanship Judging
•    5pm-12am: Frazier Shows of America Carnival
•    5pm-7pm: Indian Rodeo 3rd Perf (DCJM Arena), $12 Adults, $6 Child/Senior
•    6pm-NNF $1,000 Cash Drawing (DCJM Arena), $10/ticket
•    5pm-8pm: Gourd Dance (Powwow Arena)
•    7pm-7:30pm: Wild Horse Race Round 1(DCJM Arena)
•    6pm-8pm: Navajo Song & Dance warm up
•    5pm-6pm: Frybread Contest, Female only (Hazel Yazza Pavilion)
•    6pm-7pm: Frybread Contest, Male only (Hazel Yazza Pavilion)
•    730pm-9pm: Hot Air Balloon Night Glow (parking lot east of Carnival)
•    8pm-9pm: Stateline country band ‘pending’
•    8pm-12am: Powwow Grand Entry (Powwow Arena)
•    9pm-11pm: Texas Jamm Band featuring members of George Strait’s Ace in the Hole Band, $25 advance, $30 day of show. George Strait autographed guitar raffle.
•    11pm-1130pm: Fireworks to follow concert
9/7 Saturday – Parking $5, Gates 6&8. $5 Adults, $3 child/senior
•    5am-6am: Parade Line Up begins at Tse Bonito, NM
•    6am: Road closures Rt 12, Rt 112, IR 12, HWY 264
•    7am Half Marathon starts at AZ port of entry
•    8am-12pm: Midway, Navajo Pavilion, Exhibits OPEN
•    10am-5pm: Navajo Song & Dance Registration
•    10am-8pm: Navajo Nation Energy Expo (across Gorman Hall)
•    10am-8pm: Nizhoni Arts Marktet Open (Gorman Hall)
•    10am-8pm: Open Men & Women Basketball Tournament (WRSC)
•    11am-12pm: Parade of Champions (DCJM Arena)
•    12pm-1pm: Open Frybread Contest (Hazel Yazza Pavilion)
•    12pm-5pm: Horticulture Exhibit Opens (Nakai Hall)
•    12pm-6pm: Gourd Dance (Powwow Arena)
•    1pm-6pm: Navajo Song & Dance Grand Entry (Anne Wauneka Arena)
•    12pm-1am: Frazier Shows of America Carnival
•    1pm-3pm: Indian Rodeo 4th Perf (DCJM Arena), $12 Adults, $6 Child/Senior
•    2pm-NNF $1,000 Cash Drawing (DCJM Arena), $10/ticket
•    1pm-2pm: Open Frybread Contest (Hazel Yazza Pavilion)
•    2pm-5pm: 4H Public Speaking, Fashion Show, Talent Show & Demonstration (4H Pavilion)
•    2pm-2:30pm: Wild Horse Race Finals (DCJM Arena)
•    2pm-5pm: ZD Roping 4 & under (DCJM Portable Arena)
•    2pm-7pm: Navajo Nation Energy Expo YOUTH SCIENCE competition (across Gorman Hall)
•    3pm-4pm: Parade Recognition & Awards (Navajo Pavilion Stage)
•    3pm-4pm: Intertribal Frybread Contest (Hazel Yazza Pavilion)
•    5pm-6pm: Senior Frybread Contest (Hazel Yazza Pavilion)
•    6pm-7pm: Open Frybread Contest (Hazel Yazza Pavilion)
•    6pm-7pm: 4H Junior Awards Presentation (4H pavilion)
•    6pm-9pm: Night Performance, $6 all ages (DCJM Arena)
•    6pm-12am: Powwow Grand Entry (Powwow Arena)
•    730pm:  2012-2013 Miss Navajo Introduction (DCJM Arena)
9/8 Sunday – Parking $5, Gates 6&8. $5 Adults, $3 child/senior
•    8am-3pm: 4H Check Outs (4H Pavilion)
•    8am-6pm: Midway, Navajo Pavilion, Exhibits OPEN
•    10am-12pm: Farmers Market (Nakai Hall)
•    830am-9am: Navajo Song & Dance Roll Call
•    9am-4pm: Navajo Song & Dance Grand Entry
•    10am-5pm: Navajo Nation Energy Expo (across Gorman Hall)
•    10am-8pm: Open Men & Women Basketball Tournament (WRSC)
•    11am-1pm: Gourd Dance (Powwow Arena)
•    11am-3pm: Nizhoni Arts Marktet & Fine Arts Competition Pick Up (Gorman Hall)
•    12pm-5pm: Horticulture Exhibit Closed, all produce must be removed (Nakai Hall)
•    12pm-1pm: Frybread Contest Championship (Hazel Yazza Pavilion)
•    12pm-2pm: Indian Rodeo Finals (DCJM Arena), $12 Adults, $6 Child/Senior
•    2pm-NNF $5,000 Cash Drawing (DCJM Arena), $10/ticket
•    12pm-10pm: Frazier Shows of America Carnival,  $20 Wristband valid 12pm-4pm
•    1pm-6pm: Powwow Grand Entry (Powwow Arena)

(download Schedule of Events- PDF file)

Entry Forms Now Available For Download

Contact information for the 2013 Navajo Nation Fair:

Navajo Nation Fair Main Office# (928) 871-6478

Public Information Officer – Delilah Goodluck (928) 871-7334
Email: delilah@navajonationparks.org

Graphic Designer: Scott Tom (928) 871-7936
Email: scott@navajonationparks.org

Vending Booth Coordinator Wanda Nelson (928) 871-7833
Email: powwowbuzz@yahoo.com

Parade coordinator: Shawn Dale
Email: wrnative1@yahoo.com

 Photos from Navajo Nation Fair 2012

fair-photos

ADMISSIONS

EVENT PASS: (MON-SUN: SEPT. 2-8)
$200 per pass.
PARKING: (MON-SUN: SEPT. 2-8)
$5 per vehicle – General Admission for driver not included.

OPEN JUNIOR RODEO: (MON: SEPT. 2)
$5 Adults, Child $3 – 6-12 (5 & Under Free), Senior $3 (60 & Over)
NATIVE EXTREME BULL RIDING: (TUES: SEPT. 3)
$12 Adults, Child $6 (12 & Under), Senior $6 (60 & Over)
MARTY STUART: (WED: SEPT 4)
$20 Advance Sales, $25 Day of Show
FUEL: (THURS: SEPT. 5)
$20 Advance Sales, $30 Day of Show
INDIAN RODEO: (WED-SUN: SEPT. 4-8)
$12 Adults, Child $6 (12 & Under), Senior $6 (60 & Over)
ACE IN THE HOLE: (FRI: SEPT. 6)
$ 25 Advance Sales, $ 30 Day of Show
GENERAL ADMISSION: (FRI-SUN: SEPT. 6-8)
$5 Adults, Child $3 – 6-12 (5 & Under Free), Senior $3 (60 & Over)
3 DAY GENERAL ADMISSION: (FRI-SUN: SEPT. 6-8)
$12 – Adult Ticket Prices.
3 DAY WEEKEND PARKING PASS: (FRI-SUN: SEPT. 6-8)
$15 – Includes general admission for driver only.
NIGHT PERFORMANCE: (SAT: SEPT 7)
$6, All Ages

HILL SIDE CAMPING: (MON-SUN: SEPT. 2-8)
$10 per night/camp site – Includes parking and general admission for driver only.
POWWOW CAMPING: (MON-SUN: SEPT. 2-8)
$15 per night/camp site – Includes parking or general admission for driver only.
$40 – 3 Night Camping – Includes parking or general admission for driver only.

Comments

  1. Kimberly John says:

    Hello my name is Kimberly John, am looking for information on how I can be a part of the Navajo Nation Parade 2013. I would like to join the parade to Raise Awarness for Breast Cancer and to reach my goal of 2,300.00 for the Susan G. Komen 3 Day walk. If you could e-mail me the proper documents or number where I can get in touch with someone, I would appricate it. Thank you for time.

    Sincerly

    Kimberly John

  2. Theresa Clark says:

    Just wanted to find out when the Northern Navajo Nation Fair in Shiprock, NM is this year 2013..

  3. Harold Carey Jr says:

    Shiprock Northern Navajo Nation Fair for 2013 will be from October 3-7.
    Website:
    http://northernnavajonationfair.org/

  4. Diane Lenz says:

    Does anyone have the dates for the 2013 Western Navajo Nation Fair in Tuba City? Thanks!

  5. Vanessia says:

    Just wanted to know when the Western Navajo Nation Fair in Tuba City is for this year.

  6. Betty Rickenbach says:

    Is there any way I can get a program for this years fair as we will be traveling across country to go to the fair? My address is 5133 Krystal Lane Conway, SC 29527 Thank You!!

  7. Harold Carey Jr says:

    We do not have on yet. Check back to this web page for the latest information.

  8. Maureen Yuzicappi says:

    just wondering where one would make reservations for accomodations ?? thank you.

  9. rochelle perry says:

    i wanted to know who i would have to get in cocntact with for the navajo natin fair for the DPA Security? what qualifications are needed i am a 2007 high school grad. i can be reached at the email provided.

  10. I am wanting to know who well be coming for the concert?

  11. Redeagle says:

    Why call it the “Navajo Nation Fair” when in reality there’s no Navajo Nation or Statehood? Wouldn’t it be better calling it “The Navajo Reservation Fair”

  12. Cedric Colorado says:

    45th Annual Western Navajo Fair October 17-20, 2013

  13. Hello shi’ dine i am part of the northern navajo nation fair committee and we have a new website and the old website is no longer in use but is still up, just to let everyone know. So follow us on the new website, also on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NNNFair and Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nnn_fair

    Thank You,

    NortherNavajoNationFairPlanningCommittee

  14. Just a suggestion from experience while attending previous NNF parades. Each year I see people trying to find parking including myself. I rarely see anyone controling how we all should park. It would only make sense to have viewers park their vehicles, not side ways along the street but either back up their vehicles or face the street. If everyone parked sideways, it only extends the lengh of the parade and I truely feel bad for those who have to walk miles and miles. I enjoy the parade each year but it gets frustrated at times.
    Thank you and see you in 3 weeks.

  15. Michael Hardy says:

    who is hosting for song and dance for the 67th annual Navajo nation fair for window rock?

  16. Harold Carey Jr says:

    Navajoland Inn & Suites / Saint Michaels Arizona
    Phone No. 928-871-5690

  17. Lori Chee says:

    Are you including “Kids Day” into your fair schedule this year? If so, what day would that be?

  18. Larson Be says:

    Wanted to know when is Zane D roping. Thursday, During the day or in the evening

  19. Harold Carey Jr says:

    Navajo Nation Fair Schedule of Events
    New! Complete list of all events and Flyer:
    http://navajopeople.org/blog/navajo-nation-fair-2013/

  20. joseph GERONIMO says:

    “Navajo Nation Fair name is KOOL! We America Indians are the ONLY RACE of PEOPLE mentioned in the Constitution of the United States! Our relations with other governments is a political one. Some people prefer “Native” thats ok! We were here FIRST !!

  21. just got done looking at the schedule for this years Fair, was wondering who was in concert Friday night, I have a question, Ace in the Hole, is it just the band of George Strait, or will he be there. Just wondering. I go every year to the concert and I wanted to know if this concert is worth going. Enlighten me please, more detail.

  22. Why everyone so for this fair. Too ghetto in sanitized place to be.

  23. Lilyrose Starr says:

    NOTHING wrong with the name, why change it.

  24. I wanted to know if I could get some helpon behalf of my daughter..she is the Rock Springs VeteransPrincess n was crowned the end of July n I wanted to ask if I could be able to get some help in gettng three passes so we can take her to attend all these events throughout the week….

  25. Teller Rolinda says:

    I would like to take photographs of the pow wow dancers, is that allowed?

  26. It’s about time some kind of planning was done for through traffic going towards gallup. makes you feel as if though one can still go through with out parking in one place for a couple hours. now that’s thinking about others besides your self. thank you. Lets enjoy the fair.

  27. Using another route going to gallup on Navaho nation parade day gives one the freedom to travel. I mean family times are important if you have to work during week days. So thank you for announcing it on KTNN. Now let’s enjoy the fair you all.

  28. navajo nation says:

    In response to red eagle….their is a NAVAJO NATION. Seems as if someone is alittle hurt that they feel they have to down size another tribe. Just let it be known that Navajos are the largest tribe nationally recorded. And recognized. We do celebrate our Nation…the Navajo Nation. On our huge Navajo Nation Reservation. So don’t be a hater…

  29. bill smith says:

    Can your website post any results from the fair….rodeo, pow wow, etc. Are did everyone just did the Navajo thing and forgot about it. It would have been nice if you posted daily results of all the activities but I know that is to much for you guys.

  30. Michael Hardy says:

    just wanted to know the group singers that took place at the song and dance sunday.

  31. Harold Carey Jr says:

    Yes you can use my Photos for free. Just say “Photo By Harold Carey”

  32. Harold Carey Jr says:

    Pow Wow Results and Photos
    Navajo Nation Fair 2013
    Results and more Photos here:
    http://navajopeople.org/blog/pow-wow-navajo-nation-fair-2013/

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