2020 SACRED SPRINGS POWWOW - 10th Year Anniversary Celebration!


SAT/10:00 AM - 9:00 PM   |   SUN/11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Meadows Center 

201 San Marcos Springs Drive

San Marcos, Texas


For information and tickets: www.SSpowwow.com


VENDORS:  Please apply and pay online at www.IndigenousCultures.org/vendors

A powwow is a festival celebrating Native American culture with drums, dancers dressed in phenomenal regalia, and Native foods, arts and crafts. 

San Marcos first experienced a powwow in 1995 when the Lucky Tomblin family brought Kiowa and other indigenous people to the area.  The Sacred Springs Powwow is conducted in honor of the Tomblin Family. The powwow is co-sponsored by Texas State University's Hispanic Business Student Association, Hombres Unidos, Sigma Lambda Beta, and Sigma Lambda Gamma. Funding is provided by the San Marcos Arts Commission, Texas Commission on the Arts, the Tomblin Family Foundation, Precision Camera, and

Friends of the Powwow.

​​The following vendors have been accepted into the

2020 Sacred Springs Powwow:












Chunk Deuce BBQ – Native people invented barbeque, experience the most delicious brisket sandwiches, sausage wraps, chopped brisket/sausage tacos, nachos, and brisket nachos.

Flavorlicious - Shaved ice and water.


ICI Turkey Legs –TBA


Just Smash’em Lemonade – Delicious varieties of fresh squeezed lemonade twisters, shakeups, infused with fresh strawberry, blueberry or pomegranate.


Plateros Fry Bread - Dora Platero (Navajo) will serve her highly acclaimed Navajo tacos, fry bread burgers, veggie tacos, and fantastic red and green chili.




​Powwow T-shirts & Raffle – Featuring limited edition 2019 powwow t-shirts and Native American raffle items.

© 2023 by Indigenous Cultures Institute.