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The 2022 Chickasaw Annual Meeting and Festival will be celebrated in person once again beginning Friday, Sept. 23, featuring a variety of activities and demonstrations at the Chickasaw National Capitol in Tishomingo, Oklahoma, and culminating Saturday, Oct. 1 with Governor Bill Anoatubby’s State of the Nation Address.

Attendees will enjoy a weeklong celebration that includes an Annual Meeting, Cultural Evening and Arts and Culture Awards, princess pageant, cultural events, entertainment, fellowship and more.

For those who are unable to join us in person, a live video stream of the Annual Meeting will be available as well as this year’s Chickasaw Princess Pageant and Arts and Culture Awards ceremony.

A live audio stream of the Annual Meeting will air on KCNP.org, in the Ada area on 89.5 FM, the Dickson area on 89.3 FM, Tishomingo area on 93.7 FM and 104.5 FM in the Pauls Valley area.

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Festival Schedule


Fri.,
Sep. 23
Sat.,
Sep. 24
Sun.,
Sep. 25
Mon.,
Sep. 26
Tue.,
Sep. 27
Wed.,
Sep. 28
Thu.,
Sep. 29
Fri.,
Sep. 30
Sat.,
Oct. 1

New for 2022!


We are excited to announce our new gathering place, Aiitafama' Ishto. Aiitafama' Ishto or “large meeting place” will be the new home of the Chickasaw Annual Meeting and many other events throughout the year. Construction of this 50,000-square-foot facility is nearly complete. Located northwest of the Chickasaw National Capitol, it features 2,400 seats, large screens for easy viewing, state-of-the-art equipment and audio to enhance the meeting experience for all in attendance.