Solstice Festival 2015
Vincent Massey Park, Ottawa Ontario

Festival & Pow Wow Hours:
Friday June 19 6pm to 10pm
Saturday June 20 10am to 10pm
Sunday June 21 10am to 6pm.

Pow Wow Grand Entry
Friday June 19 6pm (no points)
Saturday & Sunday 12pm.

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Kaha:Wi Native Dance Theater
Through whimsical music, dance and storytelling, Medicine Bear weaves into one magical narrative traditional Iroquoian stories: how the Bear Clan came to be known as the “Keeper of the Medicines” and the hunter who discovered the gift of healing.  Following oral tradition practices, Medicine Bear teaches ...
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Scott Ward

Scott Ward

Hypnotist

Scott Ward travels all across North America entertaining and educating youth and adults with his positive high-energy comedy hypnosis shows, as well as his empowering educational workshops.  Performing at over 150 hypnosis shows a year and having hypnotized thousands of people, Scott is a highly requested ...
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DJ Shub

Performer

Hailing from Fort Erie Ontario, Dan General who is known around the world as DJ SHUB has been making a name for himself in the world of music for some time. Not only is he amongst the top competition DJ’s in Canada and the world, he is also a proclaimed producer as well. SHUB has...
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Nelson Tagoona

Nelson Tagoona
Nelson Tagoona is a multifaceted musician from Baker Lake, Nunavut. He is also a pioneer of a relatively new form of beatboxing called “Throatboxing”. Growing up in Nunavut, Inuit culture, specifically throat singing was an integral part of Nelson’s everyday life. At age 15, he started his own ...
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Jah’Kota

Performer

Justin Alexander Holness is part Jamaican and part Nakota from Ocean Man First Nation in Saskatchewan so subsequently his artist name is Jah’Kota. He was born and raised in Winnipeg and moved to Ottawa in 2010. Jah’kota won first place at the Summer Solstice Aboriginal festival’s Aboriginal ...
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