The American Indian Student Association is pleased to host the 108th Annual Spring Powwow! One of the nation's longest running student-led powwows, the AISA Spring Powwow will take place in the Lloyd Noble Center (2900 S. Jenkins Avenue, Norman, OK 73019) on Saturday, April 23rd, 2022, from 1:00 PM to 10:00 PM.
We will update this website as more information becomes available.
|Arena Director||Cletus Gayton|
|Head Gourd Dancer||Hubert Kaulaity|
|Head Gourd Singer||Mike Kihega|
|Northern Drum||Thunder Boy|
|Southern Drum||Southern Thunder|
|Head Man||Edson Yellowfish|
|Head Lady||Courtney Reeder|
|Color Guard||Buddy Bond Color Guard|
|Little Miss||Paislee McAlister|
|Little Mister||Gabriel Whiteshirt|
|'20-'22 AISA Indigenous Royalty||Celena George|
|'20-'22 AISA Indigenous Royalty||Adarius Begay|
Schedule of Events
|12:00 PM||Registration Begins|
|1:00 PM||Gourd Dance|
|5:00 PM||Supper Break|
|5:45 PM||OU Indigenous Royalty Specials|
|6:15 PM||OU Indigenous Royalty Crowning - Mahenwv Deere & Asa "Ace" Samuels|
|6:30 PM||Grand Entry|
Frequently Asked Questions
The Spring Powwow is completely free for attendees!
You can park at any of OU’s parking lots! The Lloyd Noble Center is home to the largest parking lot on campus, and we would recommend parking and entering the facility from the east side of the building.
For additional information on parking, visit: https://www.ou.edu/parking/maps
Please note that Saturday, April 23 is OU’s largest high school recruitment event, Sooner Saturday, and the OU Spring Football game. Parking maybe limited and we advise guests plan ahead.
We encourage guests to bring their own chairs, regalia (if applicable), blankets, cash for food and raffles, etc. We are anticipating rain and strong winds, so rain jackets and umbrellas may be needed for the walk in. Please note that no alcohol, drugs, tobacco or weapons are allowed on campus.
The contest categories are as follows:
- Men (16+)
- Women (16+)
- Teen boys
- Teen girls
- Tiny tots