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Supaman and Acosia Red Elk will appear at the Winthrop Barn on Feb. 8.

PLEASE NOTE: The performance, previously scheduled for Feb. 10 has been changed to Thursday, Feb. 8. See this article for more information.

Methow Arts will host award-winning Native American musician Supaman, who blends his Native American culture with hip-hop in the Siouan language, at the Winthrop Barn on Feb. 8. Supaman will be accompanied by world champion jingle dress dancer and Umatilla tribe member Acosia Red Elk.

A member of the Apsáalooke (or Crow) Nation, Supaman is energized by the movement for indigenous unity and passionate about hip-hop, according to a Methow Arts press release. He recently was awarded The Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Award in Canada for best video, titled “Why.”

Supaman and Acosia Red Elk will also perform eight school shows through the Methow Arts Alliance Arts Education Programs.

Doors open at 6:15 for ticket holders, and at 6:30 for others. The performance begins at 7 p.m. The event is dance-floor-only with limited seating available. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door for adults, and $10 for students. They can be purchased online at brownpapertickets.com, or at Riverside Printing in Winthrop, or at the Methow Arts office in Twisp.

Earn a free ticket by volunteering. For information, email info@methowartsalliance.org. Methow Arts also provides free tickets to clients of The Cove and Room One at those locations.

Beer, wine, cocktails and sodas available for purchase. ID will be required at door.