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Desert Drums offers Native American drums and leather hoop drums. The Native American drums are hand made by the Tarahumara Indians. The Tarahumara Indians are very nature-oriented and spiritual people. An important part of their culture is the large hoop drums. To ensure the arrival of good spring planting weather, in mid February the men begin beating drums. At least one drum is sounding for 40 continuous days and nights.

Location: 1727 W Seabrooke Dr, Tucson Arizona 85705

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