The series of events, with the theme “Seattle Is a Native Land,” starts off on Friday with performances including traditional dances, a hoop dance, an aerial show and a drag performance.
A concert will follow at 8 p.m. featuring headliner Quinn Christopherson, as well as musicians Supaman and Ghost Horse.
The Saturday Indigenous People Festival event schedule will start with a Black Lives Matter: Black and Native Solidarity Panel at 1 p.m.
And at 3 p.m. there will be an Indigenous Creatives panel focused on native podcasters, led by podcasters Alice Qannik Glenn, activist Rebecca Nagle and writer-poet Tommy Pico.
The free event, part of the Seattle Center Festál series, is open to the public. For more information on this year’s virtual Indigenous People Festival, visit SIHB.org.