27 Jul

Starr Chief Eagle

Levitt at the Falls - Free Outdoor Concert

  • family
  • pets


Starr Chief Eagle is an enrolled member of the Sicangu (Rosebud) Lakota Sioux Tribe. She was born with the Lakota name Wichahpi Tokahe (First Star) and was later given the Lakota name Wichahpi Ohitika Winyan (Brave Star Woman). She grew up in the Black Hills of South Dakota and started hoop dancing before she could walk. Since then, she has been perfecting her techniques and skills. Starr was raised up in hoop dancing by her father Dallas Chief Eagle and continues to carry on his teachings. healingthebrokenhoop.com

Coffee Vendor: Get’Cha Coffee

10:00 a.m. – Lawn opens with activities from Therapy Dogs International, SD Afterschool Network, and the Siouxland Libraries Bookmobile
10:25 a.m. – Yoga warm-up with Sanford FIT
10:30 a.m. – Music starts

Thank you to our concert sponsor the Wokini Initiative, our Family genre sponsor Therapy Dogs International, and our 2024 season presenting sponsor MarketBeat.

Starr Chief Eagle is performing as part of the Mitakuye Owas’iƞ *All My Relatives* Mitákuye Oyás’iŋ Festival, presented in partnership with the Wokini Initiative of SDSU. For more information,visit levittsiouxfalls.org/all-my-relatives/

The Levitt is an outdoor music venue that presents 50 FREE concerts every summer. Bring a lawn chair, some snacks, and family and friends to enjoy live music right here in Sioux Falls.