Dallas Chief Eagle – Levitt at the Falls: Free Outdoor Concert
Dallas Chief Eagle Jr. is a recognized master of the Lakota hoop dance. Chief Eagle has worked as an artist in-residence and mentor through his Hoop dance studio in the All Nations Gathering Center on the Pine Ridge Reservation and throughout the state of South Dakota as a part of the SD Arts Council Artist Residency Program.
As a member of the Rosebud Lakota Nation, Chief Eagle teaches the traditional hoop dance in a manner that students enjoy, while also sharing important lessons about character. Dallas will perform with an appearance by the Grandpa Rock Hoop dancers and the Lakota Drum Circle, celebrating the beauty and richness of the Lakota cultural tradition.
Bringing a youth group? Have questions? Contact the Levitt at the Falls office at 605-271-1560.
Dallas Chief Eagle Concert sponsored by: Joan & Bob Thimjon with support from the South Dakota Arts Council
Family Music Series sponsored by: an anonymous donor supporting Therapy Dogs International
2021 Levitt at the Falls Season presented by: Sanford Health
Come to the Lloyd Lawn at the Levitt for this free outdoor concert designed for youth and families. Open seating is available on the lawn; please bring blankets and lawn chairs. You also can bring your own food and non-alcoholic beverages (no outside alcohol permitted).
Social distancing and masks are encouraged. Free parking is available at the Falls Park Farmer’s Market lot on Friday mornings. See you at the Levitt!