68th Annual Powwow Advertiser Registration

October 8th, 9th, & 10th, 2021

Schiller Woods – Chicago, Illinois


Joins us at the 68th Annual Chicago Powwow, the weekend of October 8/9/10, 2021 at Schiller Woods in Chicago, Illinois – a beautiful outdoor venue that serves as an excellent backdrop for diverse Native intertribal mix of family entertainment.

On behalf of the American Indian Center and the 2021 Powwow Committee, I invite you to advertise in our 68th Annual Chicago Powwow Program. Your ad will reach thousands of culturally-savvy audience members. The 68th Annual Powwow promises to bbe another exciting fun-filled and educational event, which are confident, will become the premier event of your weekend! The Powwow will continue to be what everyone has grown to expect such as:

  • Over three hundred of the finest Native American dancers and singers from across the U.S. and Canada – representing over 200 different tribal nations;
  • A souvenier program booklet, which will include a powwow history, photos of Dancers and Singers, information about the American Indian Center, a schedule of events, and advertisements;
  • Art Marketplace and Native foods are available for the public to enjoy; and
  • Special performances by local and national entertainers.

Should you have any questions about the 68th Annual Powwow, please contact Melodi Serna, AIC Executive Director at 773.275.5871 or melodi@aicchicago.org

2021 Annual Chicago Powwow Committee

Dancer Check-In/On-Site Registration

Dancers are allowed to enter only one category and will not be allowed to switch categories.

Dancers competing will be issued a number for their category that must be worn and visible to those recording numbers.

VIP Parking will be available for registered Dancers for the event.

The American Indian Center, Cook County Forest Preserves and security are not responsible for any injury, theft, vehicle damages, or hardships during this event.

Powwow Advertisement Form

To support the AIC’s Annual Powwow by advertising in the Powwow Program or by making a donation, pleaes complete the information requested: