What not to miss in Sedona, Arizona Labor Day Weekend

Sedona, Arizona Event
Native American group Estun-Bah at Sinagua Plaza
August 31st – September 1st, 2013

Tony Duncan What not to miss in Sedona, Arizona Labor Day WeekendIf you love Native American music and dance you do not want to miss the world renown, Sedona loved, Native American group Estun-Bah (translated “for the woman). They are the featured performers in Sinagua Plaza during Sedona’s Moonlight Madness event on Saturday from 1:00 pm until 9:00 pm and Sunday 12:00 pm until 6:00 pm. They’ll perform half hour shows in the courtyard every hour with mesmerizing music and colorful dance.

The soft blend of the Native American cane flute with the elegant touch of the acoustic guitar and background percussion will soothe the mind and enrich the soul while taking you on an endless journey of love songs and enchanting musical landscapes. Nominated as “Best World Music Album” and “Best Instrumental Album” at the Native American Music Awards, and having released their album Earth Warrior, Estun-Bah is the premier Native sound of the Southwest. Dance presentations include various Native traditions including the Hoop Dance where Tony Duncan, the face of Estun-Bah, creates many intricate designs that can be seen in nature such as the Eagle and the World. Tony Duncan is a five-time World Champion Hoop Dancer, and the group is well-known all over the US. Tony held a contract with worldwide known pop artist Nelly Furtado, who produced a music video to her single “Big Hoops (Bigger the Better)”with Tony Duncan and his brothers. Sinagua Plaza is honored to host these world champions.

If you are a guest of the Best Western PLUS Inn of Sedona we will be glad to drop you off and pick you up in Uptown, just a short stroll from Sinagua Plaza, in our Complimentary “About Town” Sedona Shuttle! Enjoy the music of Estun-Bah and the special events taking place during Sedona’s Moonlight Madness Festival. To see all the events taking place during the festival please visit the Main Street Program on Facebook.

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