THE THIRD-ANNUAL IndigenousWays Festival showcases the beauty and blessings of traditional First Peoples Ways in Santa Fe Railyard Park and online Friday, May 3, and Saturday, June 8, from 5 to 9 p.m. The events bring together Indigenous thought-leaders, artists, and musicians to share wisdom, messages of resilience, and lessons for thriving. “The festivals break through walls of separation with compassion and love, making room for all,” says IndigenousWays co-founder and Artistic Director Tash Terry (Diné). The free concert and performance series features live music, sacred talking and writing circles, storytellers, face painting, meditation, traditional Navajo weaving, music, circus art, art therapy, and more. The outstanding lineup includes singer-songwriter Pura Fé, musician Wade Fernandez, Navajo sibling singing duo Sihasin, Puerto Rican singer Lourdes Perez, comedian Mimi Gonzalez, and more.