The Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida invites you to DISCOVER American Indian Day, proudly sponsored by the Miami HEAT, on Saturday, September 29, 2018 at Miccosukee Resort & Gaming. FREE admission!
American Indian Day is a celebration of what it is like to be an indigenous, First Nations member in today’s world. This celebration enables visitors to get a glimpse of our heritage and lifestyle as well as the cultures and traditions of other tribes.READ MORE: COVID-19 Testing Sites In South Florida
This year’s celebration will include interactive entertainment and activations from Native American artists and entertainers as well as an assortment of carnival rides, airboat rides, water slides, our world-famous alligator wrestling shows, authentic foods and more!
Following the yearly Miccosukee Fashion Show, enjoy a FREE concert with Ft. Lauderdale’s Sewerside Bombers, Thunderhand Joe & The Medicine Show and Season 13 of The Voice contestant and third-place finisher Brooke Simpson.
WE’RE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT ROCK LEGENDS LOS LOBOS WILL BE HEADLINING!
Bring a new, unwrapped toy for Toys for Tots as we’ll be collecting throughout the event for this worthy charity. Doors open at 10 a.m.READ MORE: COVID-19 Vaccination Sites In South Florida
For more information, visit our website. Please follow us on Facebook and Instagram @MiccosukeeResortMiami and @Miccosukee.Resort.Gaming.
Miccosukee Resort & Gaming, established in 1999 and operated by the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida, is a full resort and gaming facility boasting more than 1,700 machines, 32 poker tables, and high-stakes bingo 24-hours-a-day. Located at the edge of the Everglades at 500 SW 177 AVE, Miccosukee Resort & Gaming is a world-class hotel with modernized suites, ancillary amenities, and excellent eateries ranging from deli favorites through upscale fine dining. For reservations and information call 1-877-242-6464 or visit www.Miccosukee.com.
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