Cultural Connections: Pamyua

Music Cultural Connections: Pamyua

Pamyua brings Inuit music to the world. Their music showcases drumsongs from the Inuit cultures of Greenland and Alaska. Pamyua's vocalists bring “a blizzard of interlocking harmonies,” says Native People Magazine. Pamyua reminds listeners to embrace relationships with honor, humility and tolerance. PAMYUA /bum yo-ah/ is an Inuit word meaning: Verb: To request an encore of a drumsong or dance Noun: The tail of an animal, object or idea

COVID-19 Special Statement:

Masks are required. Socially distanced venue seating. Hand sanitizer and hand washing stations provided.

Event Details

Phone: 322.1538
Admission: Ticketed $15 per Pod (Max 4 people) - Purchase Tickets

More Info:

Washoe County's Rancho San Rafael Regional Park
1595 N. Sierra St.
Reno, NV 89503
P: 322.1538

Event Schedule

July 14 7:30pm - 9pm
Gate/Door Time: 6pm


Renown/Silver Sterling Club, Edna B and Bruno Benna Foundation, The ROW

Thanks to our sponsors:


City of RenoWashoe County Nevada