Discover the beautiful culture of the Navajo, one of the largest and oldest Native American tribes in the United States. Enjoy an authentic dinner and show for an unforgettable experience!

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Hear the timeless origin stories of  the dances before our languages were written. Learn about Native American heritage through captivating song and dance.

Complete your Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Lake Powell experience with a cultural enlightening event that will keep your whole family engaged!



Enjoy delicious Navajo Tacos served on fresh Navajo frybread! Personalize your meal with beef, chicken, pork and or vegetarian style.

Our Full MENU also includes gluten free salads and rice bowls!


Things To Do In Page AZ

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  • Secret Canyon

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  • Lower Antelope Canyon

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  • Lake Powell

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  • Glen Canyon

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  • Kayaking

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  • The Wave

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  • Tower Butte

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  • Vermillion View Cliffs

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**Reopening for the season March of 2024**


Lisa S


This was an amazing experience for our family. We enjoyed learning about Navajo culture and history, and the dances were amazing. The people were incredibly friendly and welcoming. Our two teenage boys enjoyed it as well. It was very professionally run and the storytellers and performers kept everyone's attention. The drum group was incredible! I highly recommend this to anyone in the area. It's authentic, and was honestly one of the highlights of our trip. We have gluten-free needs, and they accommodated us very well with rice or salad instead of fry bread.

Sandy Millett


Show was very entertaining as my granddaughter was very impressed. I had seen it before but was just as impressed as ever. Thomas Hunt and family have been in my life for several years so I am very glad to see the kids grown up with there traditions. So much history and works went into everything that they did. Am taking son and daughter in law and friends next time they come up from phoenix. I will return something you should not miss.

Elisa P


I really didn’t know what to expect but what I came away with was worth the price for tickets. You felt such a warm spiritual and loving energy from the owner, his mother and all the performers. They are so proud of their heritage, sense of family and cultural traditions. Their regalia was bright and colorful and full of symbolism. The story behind each dance has a symbolism of its own. It was a wonderful experience and well worth anyone’s time, including families.