2013 Event Facts

Earthday Naataanii 2013 

Event Hours

The event opens Friday night at 6pm April 19th for camp set up and early arrivals. All festival programming begins Saturday April 20th sunrise. All attendees must vacate the festival by Sunday night April 21st at 7pm.

Saturday April 20 – 8am – 10pm (run begins at sunrise)

Sunday April 21 – 12noon – 6pm

The event opens on Saturday April 20th @ 8am and the Opening Ceremony for the festival will begin at 12noon. All attendees must vacate the festival by Sunday April 21 at 6pm. See below for additional info.

$3 adult, $1 per child - Per Person Entry With  Wristbands or Paid Listing With Identification Only

Saturday April 20, 2012 – Mother Earth Blessing Way

  • Sunrise Run for Forgiveness Through Compassion,
  • Navajo Nation Vice President Rex Lee Jim,
  • Bill Goldberg, and Other Evolutionary Speakers
  • Navajo / Hopi Drumming and Very Special Surprise Guests

Sunday April 21, 2012

  • Navajo / Hopi Cultural Exchange at 12noon – 6pm. Navajo Traditional Dancing and Singing. Navajo and Hopi Food Sharing, Stories and Prizes
  • Closing Ceremony performed by host Navajo Elder and Host Harold Begay, and Lillie Redsteer with Robb Redsteer and also Ruben Saufkie from Hopi.

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Camping / Visitors

$25 Donation Per Camper (includes parking, camping)





Event Hours

The event opens Friday night at 6pm April 19th for camp set up and early arrivals. All festival programming begins Saturday April 20th sunrise. All attendees must vacate the festival by Sunday night April 21st at 7pm.

Saturday April 20 – 8am – 10pm (run begins at sunrise)

Sunday April 21 – 12noon – 6pm

When you plan your trip please take in to account our Event Hours.

Car/ RV Camping Passes

Car and RV passes are first come first served for this year’s event. If you have a car or RV pass you will have to camp in designated areas. These areas will be posted.

If you are in an RV it is not guaranteed you will be able to have additional tent campers with you. There will be an area close to the RV camp that will allow friends to be close to you but this will be on a first come first serve basis.

Parking/Shuttles

The parking area will be a short walking distance from the camping area. Please prepare for this when deciding how much stuff you want to bring with you to the event.

Camping Info

Camping for the entire event IS INCLUDED in the weekend pass ticket price. You must come prepared to camp with a tent or sleep in your vehicle.The camping areas are first come first serve.

Shaded structures are recommended to ensure optimal coverage throughout the day but we ask to be mindful of the amount of space you take up and we ask you to consider your neighbors when planning your shade.

Restrooms / Showers

There will be restrooms and minimal showers available. Bring a towel and some biodegradable soap.

Campfires

Unfortunately due to the sensitivity of the land and the severity of flying embers we will be monitoring all fire activity closely and any camp fires must be approved by on site security. Please help us remind people if you see anyone starting a fire and please notify and event staff or security.

Cooking and Grilling

Enclosed propane grills are acceptable in the camping areas but open flame or charcoal grills will be monitored for safety.

Trash

Pack it in and pack it out. Please be sure to clean up your campsite thoroughly before departing the festival. Your cooperation and commitment to our Navajo Family to be respectful of their land is paramount to this event’s continued success.

Additional Info

•This is an all ages event but anyone under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. No Exceptions.

•Alcohol drinking and illegal drug use is NOT permitted! Non-compliance with this could jeopardize the future of our efforts and could also result in legal issues.

•Amplified sound is permitted in camping areas as long as you are not disturbing your neighbors or interfering with the event.

•Dogs and other pets are allowed as long as they are well behaved and under owners care. If pets are not friendly or are not being properly cared for, both pets and owners will be asked to leave the event.

•We STRONGLY encouraging pre-cycled trash and pack-it-in/pack-it-out practices for the weekend. Less trash really does equal more fun!

•Guests with allergies (and those without) should be aware that there are wild animals, wind storms, bees, wasps, bugs, and the occasional snake at the location.

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