Sacred Springs Powwow
The Sacred Springs Powwow is a two-day annual celebration of the culture, art, traditions and languages of the native population known as the Coahuiltecans that have been part of the San Marcos area for thousands of years.
More than 100 native dancers from across Texas gather at the Meadows Center dressed in beautiful, hand-crafted regalia and compete all day to the beat of traditional drums and songs.
In addition to the dancing and performers, the Sacred Springs Powwow will have lots of vendors at the Grand Market with indigenous arts, crafts and authentic Native American food and drink.
A youth art tent will also give children an opportunity to create a piece of art of their own. The powwow’s Native Culture Tent hosts presentations and lectures to educate attendees on native culture and history.
With art markets, quirky parades, music and film festivals, and even Unicycle Football - it’s never a dull time in San Marcos! For a more extensive list, check out our events calendar to…
No matter where you go, there it is - art, culture and history are entwined in the spirit of San Marcos. Whether sipping a cup of joe at a coffee shop or catching a bite to eat downtown…