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This re-imagining is made brand new in a fully immersive, 360-degree theatrical experience, where the action takes place all around you. Beware, the Headless Horseman may even sneak up behind you!

Every Weekend October 17 through November 3. 

Two showings a night, one at 7 pm to 8:30 pm and the second from 9:30 pm to 11 pm  

Experience Cherokee culture and fun at their 107th Annual Indian Fair. In addition to the country fair carnival rides, games and exhibits, enjoy plenty of authentic local traditions, handicrafts and food.

Bucking broncos, skills competitions, and rodeo clowns will be on-hand for this SRA-sanctioned event. Gates open at 5 nightly, with the rodeo starting at 7.

Come to shop for authentic and unique gifts but stay for the music, food, storytelling, and craft demonstrations. A traditional Cherokee meal will be available for purchase for $10 per person by the North American Indian Women’s Association (NAIWA), and admission is free.

Fans are encouraged to come decked out in a favorite Cherokee legend or cosplay character and compete for prizes; participate in panels about comics and Cherokee legends; and explore Bigfoot University to share the very latest news about the hairy legend.

Participate in an authentic Native American Powwow July 5-7 at the Acquoni Expo Center, and experience dancing, drumming, and tribal regalia. Hundreds of world-champion dancers and drummers will compete for thousands of dollars in prizes. Activities kick off with the “Grand Entry” march on July 5 at 7 p.m., and a fireworks display will take place around 10 on July 6. 

JUNE 28:
2-2:45 p.m.: Steven Phillips Band
3-3:45 p.m.: Kaitlyn Baker
4-5 p.m.: Erica Nicole
5:30-7 p.m.: Edwin McCain

JUNE 29:
2-2:45 p.m.: Andalyn
3-3:45 p.m.: Matt Stillwell
4-5 p.m.: Cowboy Troy
5:30-7 p.m.: Colt Ford

Ever wonder how truly “death-defying” circus performers are? Well, these fourth-generation tumblers, acrobats, aerialists, trapeze artists, and contortionists are coming to Cherokee, and the feats of skill they put on display are truly astounding. See “the giant wheel of death”! See “the globe of death”! See the rolla bolla and, for some people, the most terrifying thing of all: clowns!