Annual Shoshone-Bannock Festival

If you're heading to Yellowstone this summer via Idaho, be sure to stop at the Annual Shoshone-Banncock Festival in August.
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Shoshone-Bannock Festival

Shoshone-Bannock Festival

Shoshone-Bannock Festival

Shoshone-Bannock Festival

Softball tournaments, golf tournaments, rodeos, Indian relay horse racing, art shows, parades, traditional handgame tournaments, indigenous children’s games, community buffalo & salmon feast, fun-run, and much more. Sponsored by the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes. All events are open to the public. Some events have minimal fees.

For more information:
(208) 238-0680 x 100
shobanfestival.com

Location: Powwow Grounds, Fort Hall, Idaho

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