Indian Summer Festival 2015

Matthew Reddin

The clans will gather again for Indian Summer Festival, the festival season-ending celebration of Native American culture and diversity at the Summerfest grounds. Celebrating its 30th anniversary, this year’s festival will feature performances by Elvis impersonator Joseph Hall and Big N Tasty blues band, a Native American fashion show, and, for the first time, the Smoke Dance as a competitive Powwow event.

At 200 N. Harbor Drive, Milwaukee. Admission is $15, $12 for elders and when purchased in advance, and free for kids 12 and under. Visit indiansummer.org for more details.

Sept. 11 to 13