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Top 10 Things to do in Cherokee This Summer

With so much going on this summer in Cherokee, you won’t want to miss a thing. Here are ten must-see, must-do experiences to top the list for your Cherokee vacation. You’ll want several days to explore so be sure to book a place to stay. Call us at 800.438.1601 and we’ll help get you set up.​

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Mother Earth’s Heartbeat: the Annual 4th of July Eastern Band of Cherokee Nation Powwow

The sound of Mother Earth’s heartbeat, the drum is a powerful instrument in Native American rituals and ceremonies. Rhythmic beats provide the soundtrack for the 42nd annual 4th of July Powwow in Cherokee, which runs Friday through Sunday, June 30 through July 2, in Cherokee, NC.

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The Cherokee Bonfire Series Returns with an Extended Season

Gather around the Cherokee Bonfire and listen to unique stories told by Cherokee tellers at the Oconaluftee Island Park on Friday and Saturday from 7 to 9 pm during the spring and fall. This free, family-friendly outdoor event series takes place at the Oconaluftee Island Park in a beautiful, natural setting under the stars. It's a beloved Cherokee tradition, and not to be missed! 

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Cherokee Bluegrass Festival: You Won’t Believe This Lineup!

More than a dozen acclaimed musicians from all over the world will converge in Cherokee, North Carolina, June 8–10 for the 2017 Cherokee Bluegrass Festival. It won’t just be adults having all the fun. Children are also encouraged to attend.

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Cherokee Voices: Celebrating 20 Years, Across the Generations

On Saturday, June 10, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, the Cherokee Voices Festival will take place at The Museum of the Cherokee Indian in Cherokee, NC. Free and open to the public, the Festival began 20 years ago with a vision to celebrate and uphold traditional Cherokee art forms through the master artists living today. This year's theme is “passing the knowledge to the rising generation,” and the festival will feature many young Cherokee performers, artists, and demonstrators as well.

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