The 9th annual Adäka Cultural Festival is actively seeking sponsorship for this year's Festival. Funds from sponsors and partners allow us to expand and enhance the Festival experience for participants and visitors alike. Invest in Adäka means investing in Yukon First Nations people, helping to ensure healthy, culturally vibrant Yukon communities for generations to come.

The Adäka Cultural Festival depends on generous contributions from all levels of governments, corporations, and businesses and organizations to ensure the success and sustainability of the Festival.

2019 Sponsorship Opportunities

2019 Sponsorship Opportunities

Download the Sponsorship Opportunities PDF.

Presenting Partners

Air North, Yukon's Airline Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre


Solid Sound


ATCO Electric Yukon CKRW Kobayashi + Zedda Northern Vision Development Teslin Tlingit Council Yukon College


AFN Yukon Champagne and Aishihik First Nation Council of Yukon First Nations Goldcorp Kluane First Nation Mary Binstead Designs Northern Cultural Expressions Society Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in Whitehorse Star


Arctic Star Printing Inc. Driving Force First Nations Bank of Canada Inkspirations Kwanlin Dün First Nation Mapping the Way Na-Cho Nyak Dun Ta'an Kwachan Council Total North Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation What's Up Yukon Whitehorse Beverages Yukon News


Friends of the Festival

Founding Partner

Council of Yukon First Nations

Program Funders

Culture Quest Government of Canada Canada Council for the Arts Governement of Yukon Gwaandak Theatre Lotteries Yukon National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Government of Nunavut NWT Arts Tides Canada

Program Partners

City of Whitehorse Council of Yukon First Nations Northwestel Community TV Stories North Yukon Aboriginal Sports Circle Yukon Arts Centre Yukon College Yukon Native Language Centre