Pigeon Dance

(Passenger) Pigeon Dance (Tca’go’wa’kya)

Two columns of men form behind the head singer and helper, each with a horn rattle, and proceed with a Gadatrot step. Women step between the men, some of whom may be singing if they know the songs. In effect it is a double file Gadatrot with horn rattle accompaniment. This is a common dance with which to end an evening’s dancing.

“Stomp” style of dancing

Pairs of men standing side by side with pairs of women standing side by side in between

The lead singer is in front on the inside, both of the lead men have rattles, lead singer begins if all men can follow lead song they proceed to do so