Sundance

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A sun dance is a Native American ceremony.

Sun dance or Sundance may also refer to:

Places[edit]

People[edit]

  • Sundance (activist), American Indian civil rights activist lobbying for the change of denigrating Native American Native American imagery and director of the Cleveland branch of the American Indian Movement
  • Sundance (rapper) (born 1972), American rapper and radio personality
  • Sundance, a Secret Service code name shared by Ethel Kennedy and Al Gore
  • Sundance Bilson-Thompson, Australian physicist
  • Sundance Head (born 1979), American country singer and season 6 American Idol contestant, and winner of season 11 of The Voice
  • Sundance Kid (1867–1908), nickname of Harry Longabaugh

Art, entertainment, and media[edit]

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Sundance Group[edit]

  • Sundance Group, an umbrella corporation run by Robert Redford with subsidiaries:
    • Sundance Film Festival, held annually in Utah
    • Sundance Institute, a center located in Utah's Wasatch Mountains that allows emerging filmmakers to cultivate their craft
    • SundanceTV (formerly known as Sundance Channel), an American digital cable and satellite television and film network owned by AMC Networks

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