The Southern Ute Indian Tribe has a rich cultural tradition and holds several events throughout the year to keep these traditions alive.
Each Spring we celebrate the Ute Bear Dance. These events are open to the public and we hope you will join us during Memorial Day Weekend.
In mid-Summer, we participate in the Sun Dance, the most important spiritual ceremony in the Ute community.
Late Summer is the time we hold the Southern Ute Fair Powwow. The public is welcome to join us for dance, drum and fair contests on the 2nd weekend of September.
Each December 10th we remember the contributions former Chairman Leonard C. Burch has made to the well-being of the Southern Ute people.
Southern Ute Royalty promote a positive image of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe throughout Indian country and in the local community.
We maintain a close relationship with our brothers and sisters in the Northern Ute and Ute Mountain Ute tribes.