Musical Echoes Flute Festival 2014, a celebration of Native American culture, art and music highlighting the extraordinary Native American flute, will be held April 25-27 at Fort Walton Landing, 139 Brooks Street in Fort Walton Beach.
You’ll hear the soothing and inspirational sounds of the Native American flute music and enjoy the colorful dance, arts and crafts. Traditional Indian fry bread will also be available at the 14th Annual Musical Echoes Flute, Art, and Cultural Festival.
Enjoy a full schedule of performances from internationally acclaimed Native American musicians and dancers including returning favorites such as Johnny Lipford, Billy Whitefox, and award winning hoop dancer Lowery Begay.
Explore the many vendors throughout the park who will sell their Native American art, flutes, baskets, leather goods, and more. Purchase the annual T-shirt, featuring the art work created by poster contest winner Destiny Keller, in the main tent.
Workshops will be offered by artists and musicians, including a workshop by Grammy nominated Michael Brant DeMaria, Ph.D. Visit www.musicalechoes.com for workshop updates.