The Navajo Nation Fairgrounds is the site of the largest North American Indian Fair in the country.
The Navajo Nation Fair, held the first weekend after Labor Day in September, is host to more than 200,000 visitors over the course of the five-day gathering.
Begun in 1946, the Navajo Nation Fair was initiated to stimilate livestock improvements and management and features exhibits that promote and preserve the Navajo heritage through cultural entertainment. Along with a Navajo rodeo, there are different foods, arts and crafts, carnival, and much more.
Events include traditional song and dance, the All-Indian Rodeo & Junior Rodeo, arts & crafts displays, concerts, the Miss Navajo Pageant, an Intertribal Pow-wow, and many other activities.
Please call or write for more information on this year's schedule and dates.