Discover Indigenous Culture in Page
The Navajo Nation spans over 27,400 square miles in Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico and has a long history dating back to prehistoric times. The Diné (Navajo) families have deep roots here and run local businesses in and around Page, including Navajo-owned and operated tour companies, offering tours on their tribal lands.
Red Heritage Indigenous Entertainment Hall
Owned and operated by Navajo people, this dinner theater showcases local talent in a stunning display of powwow dancing, flute playing, and live drum music. Guests can savor the flavors of traditional Navajo Tacos served on fresh frybread while taking in the captivating performances. The show also features the timeless origin stories behind the dances, offering a glimpse into the rich history and heritage of Native American culture.
Indigenous People’s Day Celebration
Join in the fun at John C. Page Memorial Park on October 9, 2023, for Page’s annual Indigenous Peoples Day celebration.
47th Annual Indian National Finals Rodeo 2023
October 24-28, 2023