Celebration (Alaska festival)
Celebration is a biennial Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian cultural event held in Juneau, Alaska, USA. It is sponsored and organized by the Sealaska Heritage Institute, the non-profit cultural arm of Sealaska Corporation.
The event consists of a three-day program of staged and parade dancing, soap berries and seaweed traditional food contests, a juried visual arts presentation, a Native crafts market, and lectures or workshops.
Celebration was first held in 1982. It is now the largest cultural event in Alaska.