PAMYUA performs Saturday, September 3rd at the Alaska State Fair in Palmer. The Gathering Place is a fairly new exhibit that features Indigenous visual and performing arts. The Dena' stage hosts a full roster of traditional and contemporary acts. PAMYUA will close out the stage starting at 7pm, following the "high-flying excitement" of the Inupiaq blanket toss. The performance is free with general fair admission.
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Booking Agent Barbara Collin is scheduling PAMYUA meetings (Aug 29 - Sept 1) at the 2016 Western Arts Alliance Annual Conference in Los Angels, CA. If you or someone you know (in and around LA) is interested in booking PAMYUA performances, set up a meeting by phone: (323) 556-1046. She'll have PAMYUA promotional material including CD singles, One-Sheets and a handful of albums. PAMYUA and Barbara began working together after meeting at last years WAA conference in Vancouver; what a difference a year makes. After 20 years we're finally on an offical booking roster. COLLINARTISTS.COM
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First, BODEGA-FEST "the festival" runs from 1-6pm at the Lucy Cuddy Park (by the Loussac Library). The festival, hosted by LA BODEGA, features beer, mead, cider and sake. But wait, there's more! Enjoy lawn games, BODEGA-FEST birthday cake and music by: DJ Alex the Lion, Orion Donicht and Big Fat Buddah.
Second, BODEGA-FEST "the concert" moves to the TapRoot (doors open at 6:30) for a special PAMYUA concert! Get our tickets early because this show will sell out. Tickets for the concert & festival are $59 (festival only tickets are $39). *note, you can go to the festival without the concert, but you can't go the concert without the festival, if you know what I mean. Questions contact La Bodega.