Set among the historic beauty of the Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park, the Indian Market offers a unique experience. Guests will shop over 100 booths of authentic American Indian fine art and collectibles along an interpretive trail, taking them by the ancient platform mound, ballcourt, and replica Hohokam dwellings. This 2-day event also offers activities for children and adults, including exceptional music, dance performances, food truck cuisine, and everyone's favorite, Indian fry bread.

Come and experience our 42nd Annual Indian Market on the grounds of the Pueblo Grande Museum for a family-friendly event!

Saturday, December 8 and Sunday, December 9, 2018 9:00am - 4:00pm

Ticket Purchase available at the Market Entrance

  • General Admission: $10
  • Museum Members with ID, American Indians with tribal ID, active duty and retired service members: $5
  • Children 12 and under: Free admission when accompanied by an adult

Discount General Admission Tickets for $7.00 available now!

Friday, December 7 - Welcoming Potluck Evening from 6:00pm - 8:00pm, featuring Native Youth Group Dancers


Phoenix Native Flute Circle

See over 100 Nationally Recognized Native American Artists Including:

Featured Artist: Jesse Hummingbird

Tribal member of the Cherokee Nation; Successful painter, graphics designer and commercial illustrator

Spend the day shopping among a variety of Native American artists including:
  • Signed Native American Jewelry
  • Fetishes
  • Weaving and Basketry
  • Traditional Carving
  • Paintings
  • Bead Work
  • Cultural Items
  • Fine Art and Sculpture
  • Pottery

NEW Young Artists Market Addition!

Ki:him Activities:

This specially designated portion of the Indian Market is dedicated to those wanting to learn more about the Native American culture both past and present. Volunteer artists teach you the ancient cultural ways from their ancestors with family-friendly crafts as well as presentations of their unique specialties.
  • Community Painting
  • Pottery
  • Shell necklaces
  • Native food & seeds
  • Printing
  • Agave fiber weaving
  • Beadwork
  • Arrowhead knapping and atlatl
  • Rock art
  • Hoop dancing
  • Storytelling
  • Weaving
  • Mask carving
  • Gourd painting
  • Piki bread making
  • Corn grinding
  • And more!

Hands-on Activities with Native American Artists

Learn to do Hoop Dancing with Five-time world champion Tony Duncan!

Throw a spear using an atlatl with Amil Pedro, using bows and arrows made by Royce Manuel, both Arizona American Indian Living Treasures!

Learn how to make a pot from traditional artist, Ron Carlos and twelve other American Indian artist!

Story Telling with Violet Duncan

Bring out your inner artist with our community painting with contemporary artist Randy Kemp, and see the featured work at the museum all year long!


  • 10:00am Miss Indian Arizona & Miss Indian World
  • 9:00am Canyon Records Music Selection
  • 10:25am Ira H. Hayes American Legion Post No. 84, Posting of the Colors
  • 11:00am Gabrial Ayala, Guitarist
  • 12:00pm Tony Duncan, Flute and Hoop Dancer
  • 1:00pm Indigenous Enterprise, Fancy Dancers
  • 2:00pm (Saturday) Drew Lomyaktewa Dance Group performs Hopi Eagle Dancers
  • 2:00pm (Sunday) Danza Huitzillin Dance Group performs Aztec Dancers
  • 3:00pm Ira H. Hayes American Legion Post No. 84, Retirement of the Colors

*Schedule subject to change

Enjoy food truck varieties and hand-made fry bread!


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