Pamyua – Inuit Culture through Music and Dance

Submitted by Orcas Center

Experience the mesmerizing allure of Pamyua’s unique performance, coming to Orcas Center on March 31, 2024, for one night only!

Immerse yourself in the vibrant tapestry of Inuit culture as Pamyua takes the stage, using the universal language of music and dance to share indigenous knowledge and history. Their music, a fusion of traditional melodies with contemporary vocalization and instrumentation, has birthed a genre known as “Inuit Soul Music,” a soul-stirring journey you won’t want to miss.

Join us in celebrating Indigenous culture, as Pamyua’s talented band members proudly represent their heritage, proving that unity can be achieved through the power of music and dance. Their performances are not just entertainment; they are a symbol of pride for Alaska’s indigenous people and a source of inspiration for all who witness their extraordinary artistry.

Be part of this unforgettable experience as Pamyua’s performances pay homage to indigenous traditions through captivating ceremonies, soulful songs, and mesmerizing dance. Secure your tickets now and be part of a cultural celebration like no other! Tickets can be purchased online at, over the phone at 360-376-2281 x 100, or in-person Tuesday – Friday 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., and an hour prior to showtime. Ticket prices range from $18-$63 with a $2 per ticket fee. There are six $5 tickets available for this performance subsidized by our generous donors – These are available on a first-come/first serve basis by contacting the Box Office. And don’t forget, volunteers who help with iPad check-in or serving refreshments at intermission get to see the show for free!