Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana

Coushatta Tribe Announces 25th Annual Powwow June 10-11

A Tradition Celebrating Native American Heritage & Culture

June 3, 2022

KINDER, LA—The Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana will host its 25th annual powwow in The Pavilion at Coushatta Casino Resort on Friday and Saturday, June 10-11, 2022. Admission for the general public is $5 per day; children ages 6 years and younger are admitted free of charge. Spectators may purchase tickets at the gate on the day of event.

Coushatta Powwow Schedule of Events
June 10-11, 2022 • The Pavilion at Coushatta

Friday, June 10
Gourd Dance 5pm • Grand Entry 7pm

Saturday, June 11
Gourd Dance 10am • Grand Entry 12noon
Gourd Dance 5pm • Grand Entry 7pm

Coushatta’s annual powwow is one of the largest Native American gatherings in the southern United States, where world champion Native American dancers and singers gather to compete for prizes in a family-friendly alcohol-and-drug-free event. Hundreds of representatives from tribes across the United States and Canada come together each year to celebrate their culture with dance and drum contests. Handcrafted jewelry, beaded moccasins and colorful feathered regalia with intricate details adorn the dancers––each is handmade and most are passed down as heirlooms through their family. Tribal drum groups compete and provide music and songs for the dance competitions. Exhibition dances and specialty dances showcase each age category during the event.

A popular feature is the marketplace showcasing Native American food like Indian frybread and Indian tacos, plus authentic Native American arts and crafts, handmade turquoise and silver jewelry, handmade beaded items, the famous Coushatta long-leaf pine needle baskets, and more. For a unique cultural experience, the Coushatta powwow is one event you will never forget. Find more information online at