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Cave Creek Indian Market
January 20, 21 & 22, 2017 ~ Stagecoach Village Cave Creek, Arizona

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The Cave Creek Indian Market celebrates the colorful history and rich heritage Of the Southwest with a diverse gathering of Native American, Spanish and Southwestern fine artists and craftsmen. Stagecoach Village, nestled in the scenic foothills surrounding Cave Creek, provides an environment reminiscent of the Southwest frontier –in an area believed to have mystical powers by Native American practitioners, and today, that creates magic for every visitor.


Entertainment

Arvel Bird

Arvel Bird"Arvel Bird, a Native American Flutist/Violinist, is known around the world for his dramatic connection between Native American and Celtic traditions, stirring up scenes that echo from North American memory. Dubbed “Lord of the Strings” by fans and music critics, his music evokes the soul of North American history and is thoroughly entertaining, but also enlightening and humanizing. In a language and experience that captures the hearts of all audiences, he’s emotional without being condescending, intellectual without being pretentious. One measure of any art form is when the medium is so mastered that it becomes transparent, allowing its message to be seen, heard and felt. Arvel Bird has achieved that mastery."
Read on at www.arvelbird.com

Tony Duncan - Hoop Dancer

Tony Duncan Hoop Dancer In Hoop dance Tony Duncan creates many intricate designs that can be seen in nature such as the Eagle and the World and is consistently ranked among the top 10 in the world. He has traveled extensively across the United States as well as much of Europe and Asia. He recently was invited to entertain the First Lady and her guests in D.C.

Duncan, a recording artist and five-time World Champion Hoop Dancer, appears in the new music video for Nelly Furtado’s "Big Hoops (Bigger the Better)".


Estun-Bah

Estun-BahEstun-Bah (pictured right) has gained quick national recognition as a leading musical ensemble. Along with performing at various schools, festivals, art markets and corporate events, Estun-bah has accomplish the following. Performed for United States First Lady Laura Bush, Kennedy Center For The Performing Arts, Washington DC. Performed at the National Museum Of The American Indian - Washington DC, Indian Market - Santa Fe, NM., Heard Museum Fair and Gathering of Nations Pow-Wow, Albuquerque, NM.

The word "Estun-Bah" is an Apache word meaning "For the Woman." The Native American flute was traditionally used as a courting instrument. A man would play the most beautiful song on his flute before approaching a woman to show his honor and respect for the woman.
More information at estunbahmusic.com