Quick facts Native American Entertainment in Seattle, WA
291 quotes sent
In the past year, Native American Entertainers have sent 291 quotes to event planners
267th most popular
Native American Entertainers rank #267 in popularity out of 548 categories on GigSalad
5 out of 5 stars
35 Native American Entertainer reviews on GigSalad with an average rating of 5 stars
5.1 days on average to book
From request to booking, it takes 5.1 days (on average) to hire a Native American Entertainer
About Booking Native American Entertainment
Are you wanting your students to learn a little more about the Native American culture than what they get out of a textbook? Are you celebrating the Native American culture at your next event? No matter the occasion, you're going to need some Native American Entertainers to bring life to the event! Whether you're seeking a Native American storyteller or authentic musicians, GigSalad has the entertainer to fit your needs. So bring the songs, sounds, and stories of Native Americans to your event by booking one of these entertainers today!
Our Native American Talent category includes performers of traditional music and modern music. Traditional Native American (or American Indian) music is the music of Native American Indian tribes.
Vocals, percussion and woodwind instruments like the flute are the most prominent aspects of traditional Native American music. Vocalization takes many forms, ranging from solo singers to call-and-response and chorus singing. Percussion, drums, and rattles are common rhythm makers while singers sing in their native language. Traditionally Native American Indian drums are large and are played by groups of performers arranged in a circle. Drums come in smaller sizes as well, such as the Iroquois water drum.
In addition to traditional music there is also pan-tribal and inter-tribal music, as well as distinct Indian genres of pop music including rock, blues, classical and reggae.
When booking Native American Entertainment, be sure to do is to listen to audio and watch video clips, if applicable. This will ensure that you truly do book the best for your next event! Next, you want to get references. Talk to people in the area about the group and get feedback. Finally, get a contract. Many professional Native American Entertainers require a deposit to secure them at your next event. Make sure to read through the contract carefully before contracting the group for your party.