Through the years Brulé has pushed the boundaries of contemporary Native American rhythms and classic rock in their genre-blending selections. Their electrifying show consists of a 5-piece rock ensemble augmented with an array of traditional Native American instrumentation. Paired with the stunning steps of one of the top Native American dance troupes, their authenticity brings a multi-dimensional art form to this cultural rock opera. The musical journey of Brulé’s founder, Paul LaRoche, adds an affecting story to audiences, and the result is Native America meets Pink Floyd in a spectacular theatrical stage production of sight, sound, and soul.
Brulé is planning to play on the hour from 5 p.m.– 7 p.m. on Friday (6/10) and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday (6/11 and 6/12) on their own stage on the Landmark Plaza (between 11th and 13th Streets on Farnam Street).
Strolling performers Sam Malcolm and The Spoon Man contribute to the Festival atmosphere! Malcolm’s performance is a perfect combination of stand-up comedy, world-class juggling skills and a big smile, which makes his show entertaining and fun for everyone. Off-the-cuff comedy, audience participation and a jaw-dropping grand finale make for a show to remember. Malcolm performs throughout Festival weekend. Performing Saturday and Sunday, The Spoon Man offers a hilarious interactive comedy that’s a spoonful of family fun. Performing for over 25 years, The Spoon Man’s performance contains outrageous impressions, a sing-along competition and the opportunity for everyone to get “spooned.”