(BOZEMAN) The 43rd annual MSU Powwow continued on Saturday at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse.
The event showcased drummers, dancers, and tribes from across the nation.
Performers wore a variety of different regalia to display their culture.
Dancer Madison Eder has been coming to this event since she was five. She dances to honor her family and because it is her passion.
“When I am out in the powwow dancing, I feel free almost like I can be myself and I can do my own thing and I feel like I am the only one out there like I’m almost flying,” said Eder.
Her 82-year-old gramma, Catherine Eder, says she is grateful for times like these when she gets to see Madison perform.
The MSU Powwow concluded Saturday night with one last celebration at 6 p.m.
Reported by Mederios Babb/MTN News