Stage of Nations ECOFest
The exciting new Stage of Nations 2017 will take place in Hanover Square
on Friday and Saturday, July 28 and 29, in the heart of Syracuse ArtsWeek.
Expect a full slate of authentic Haudenosaunee artisans and top-flight music and dance!
This year's lineup includes:
Pete Jemison and the Ganondagan Dancers
Ghost Town Ramblers
Edgar Pagan's GPL
Mike Delaney and the Delinquents
Phil Petroff & the Natural Fact
and a prize-winning Smoke Dance Competition.
The Stage of Nations ECOfest is located in the heart of Downtown Syracuse in the lovely Hanover Square district. You can enjoy restaurant cuisines of all kinds and all price ranges throughout the festival area.
During Syracuse ArtsWeek, the Stage of Nations ECOfest is part of the “Art Walk,”
beginning at the City Hall Commons–next to the State Tower Building–and continuing through Hanover Square.
Information on other Syracuse Arts Week activities:
Downtown Syracuse Arts & Crafts Festival
Northeast Jazz & Wine Festival
2016 Festival Retrospective
Thousands packed Hanover Square and City Hall Commons to experience authentic Native American music, dance, crafts, and foods, and to learn about eco-friendly practices and products at last year's festival. The Stage of Nations will always exist to remind us of the need to protect Mother Earth and to use her resources wisely. Our heartfelt thanks to the many sponsors, volunteers, staff and friends who made this festival possible. We will see you next year. Peace!
Special thanks to the Syracuse New Times, Jack Bocchino, Christopher Molloy and Kimberly Rossi for providing photos to this website.