FREE Performances in 2017!
Brulé brings world-class evening entertainment to the heart of the hills in what’s been called “a Native American experience in sight, sound and soul.” The 5-time Native American Group of the Year performs four nights a week (Mon-Thurs) outdoors in the High Country Theater, set against the backdrop of the Black Hills National Forest. Traditional dancers dressed in colorful regalia present a stunning visual of the Native American culture. American Indian tipis and theatrical lighting enhance the stage, creating a true jewel in the hills.
One of the top-selling Native American groups, Brulé has crisscrossed the country with their unique music and message of hope, peace and reconciliation. Brulé’s performance of soulful music weaved with traditional Native American rhythms and dance resonate with audiences long after the show ends. Brulé Website
DATES: 2017 Brulé Season: MONDAY thru THURSDAY evenings; July 10-13th; July 17-20th; July 24-27th; NEW: performance starts at 7 pm! Theater gates & Grill & Pub open at 4 pm–come early & get a front row seat!
SEATING: General Seating — 1st-come/1st-serve
VIP Section – folding chairs up front next to stage
Family Section – large grassy area with chairs & benches; guests are welcome to bring lawn chairs or blankets, or bleacher section
DINING ONSITE: High Country Grille & Pub with wood-fire menu that includes Indian Tacos, pizzas, calzones, nachos, burgers, brats & more; Coca-Cola products, wine & domestic beer are also available. (NO outside food, beverages or coolers allowed.) Grille & Pub opens at 4 pm!
LOCATION: High Country Guest Ranch, 4 miles west of Hill City on Deerfield Road; 12138 Ray Smith Drive, Hill City, SD 57745.