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Supaman — Live in Concert
July 23 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm MDT
5:30 p.m. – Gates open
6 p.m. – Crow Song Dogs drum group
7 p.m. – Supaman
Join us for an outdoor performance by innovative Native American hip hop artist and dancer “Supaman” at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West Robbie Powwow Garden.
The award-winning Supaman—Christian Takes Gun Parrish—dedicates his life to spreading an empowering message of hope, pride, and resilience through his original art form.
Opening for Supaman is Native drum group Crow Song Dogs. Food trucks by Weiner Wagon, Wyoming Natural Burger, and 307 Pizza.
Tickets are $15 per person for all ages. Buy yours online before they sell out!
Limited seating is available in the open grass arena. Personal lawn chairs and blankets are welcome. Please, no coolers or backpacks.
Supported in part by a grant from the Wyoming Arts Council, through funding from the Wyoming State Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts.
“I have never seen an artist quite like Supaman.
He is a definite original. I have listened to his music before,
but I was blown away by his live performance and how he engaged the crowd.
He is a true blessing to humanity.” – online testimonial
“Supaman” is Christian Takes Gun Parrish, a Native American dancer and innovative hip hop artist who has dedicated his life to empowering and spreading a message of hope, pride and resilience through his original art form. As a member of the Apsáalooke Nation, he makes his home on the Crow reservation in Montana.
He is a multi-national award winning artist, having won the MTV VMA award for “Best Fight Against the System” and numerous Indigenous Music Awards. His videos have received millions of views on YouTube and Facebook, putting him in high demand touring extensively to festivals, colleges, conferences, communities, and schools throughout the United States and internationally. Supaman has performed for Google at the Google headquarters in San Francisco. He recently was asked to audition for America’s Got Talent and the Broadway play Hamilton. He is currently working with Taboo from the multi Grammy award winning group Black Eyed Peas.
Supaman’s one-of-a-kind presentation combines Native American culture, comedy, and urban hip hop culture, which dazzles audiences and captivates listeners. For this he has gained the respect of his community and generation. The communicative talent along with the compassion that exudes from his storytelling of his experiences with foster care, suicide, and cultural identity, allows him to connect with people from all walks of life.
Supaman’s uncanny ability to motivate, encourage, and inspire through dance and hip hop music keeps him at the forefront among his contemporaries, giving him a platform from which to educate on Indigenous issues.