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13TH Annual Native-American Arts and International Film Festival

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The 13TH Annual Native-American Film Festival/Holiday of Nations Sets Stage At The Gold Coast Hotel and Casino

It's that time of the year when everyone is in the sharing spirit, especially in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Live Entertainment Capitol of The World.

The 13TH Annual Native-American Arts and International Film Festival/Holiday of Nations shares this cause, not only with various tribes from around the United States, but in respect to peoples of all nationalities.

This years event, originally planned for the South Point Hotel and Casino moved to The Gold Coast Hotel and Casino, across from The Rio Hotel and Casino on Flamingo. The event starts on December 20TH-23RD, Thursday-Saturday. Wayne Newton, Leonard Peltier, Steve Schirripa, Robin Leach, Randy Massero, along with various famous Native American Indian Artist.

They will be available with there art works, as well as various performances by popular Native-American dancers.

For more information call[702] 365-5686 or call[888]-462-6278 for hotel reservations.

Pete Allman is a Las Vegas-based commentator, broadcast personality and celebrity interviewer. He also produces inspirational messages for television and other media. Contact him at peteonthescene@yahoo.com or (702)265-9099. Visit www.CelebrityScene.com Read more stories by Pete Allman.

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