The Wild Horse Singers and Dancers are a multi intertribal group from various nations. We span all age groups and genders. The Wild Horse Native American Association was formed in 1989, and received non-profit status from both the State of California and the Federal Government in 2002. Wild Horse Singers and Dancers formed to give Urban American Indian Youth in the Los Angeles area an opportunity to learn about traditional values like drumming, singing, and dancing

They formed as an intertribal pow wow drum group. they have always striven to maintain their intertribal identity by welcoming members of all Nations around the drum.  They teach Northern Traditional songs, dance styles, regalia making, arts and crafts, and ceremonial activities.

They provide opportunities for young people to perform, to participate in pow-wows and to contribute to their community in a meaningful way.

Wild Horse Singers and Dancers

  • Cowboy Corral at Wm S. Hart Park

Performances:

Cowboy Corral
Saturday: 11:30am & 4:30pm
Sunday: 11:30am & 4:30pm

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