It's going to be a day of laughter, smiles, and music. This festival of rock, reggae, and blues. Will be rocking the Yakama Nation. Saturday (Aug. 27th).

Tribal Vibes Productions presents Tribalpalooza. This music festival features Native American music groups from across the country. You can enjoy them live. At the Toppenish fairgrounds. Located at 600 S. Division St. in Toppenish.

Tribalpalooza will start off with the Open Mic, starting at 4 PM. Hosted by the talented Jordan Meninick. The Yakama Nations own DJ SquishSquash. Will be in the mix as the house DJ.

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There will also be food and craft vendors. From all over the Northwest. So you may want to bring some cash. And bring a comfortable chair or your favorite blanket. To enjoy some live music.

Here is who is coming to Tribalpalooza in Toppenish. Casper & The Mighty 602 Band, Clan/Destine, Pretendians, Jam Bone ft Former Redbone Members, and Yellowwolf. Just to name a few artists coming to the Yakama Nation. The first group starts at 7 PM.

This is a 21 yrs and older event. IDs will be checked at the gate. There will be a beer garden. A salmon bake and a lot of other fun things to do.

If you want to register as a food or craft vendor. You can contact Sonya Jim via email -

If you want to showcase your talents For the open mic. You can contact Jordan via email - There is more information on the Tribalpalooza FaceBook Page.

Leon Thompson, one of the organizers for Tribalpalooza. Is excited to see everyone. He let us know tickets are available for purchase. You get your tickets HERE. Or you can win a pair of tickets. Just fill out the form below.


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