Drumbeat Indian Arts

Broad selection of Native American music, craft supplies, how to craft books. Owner Verified

DexKnows Rating: 4.0 stars (2)

4143 N 16th St
Phoenix, AZ 85016

Saturday 9:00am - 5:30pm (show)

Monday: 9:00am - 5:30pm

Tuesday: 9:00am - 5:30pm

Wednesday: 9:00am - 5:30pm

Thursday: 9:00am - 5:30pm

Friday: 9:00am - 5:30pm

Saturday: 9:00am - 5:30pm

Sunday: closed (hide)

33.496197 -112.0476

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MON 9:00am - 5:30pm TUE 9:00am - 5:30pm WED 9:00am - 5:30pm THURS 9:00am - 5:30pm FRI 9:00am - 5:30pm SAT 9:00am - 5:30pm SUN closed
Description: Drumbeat Indian Arts, Inc. offers Native American recordings on cassette, CD, and video. From traditional songs and contemporary pow wow to Native American Church, Country, Gospel, Rock, Rap, and Flute. From the soothing sounds of the Native American flute of the excitement of a pow wow, to centuries' old tribal songs and the latest in contemporary American Indian music, Drumbeat Indian Arts, Inc. offers the largest selection of authentic Native American recordings in North America and is a major supplier of American Indian religious herbs, craft supplies and books.

We also offer a wide variety of craft supplies and books covering subjects like religion and ceremonies, Native American history, biographies and novels, law, and children's books. Also available are sacred plants and religious items.

We are the largest wholesale and retail source for authentic traditional and contemporary American Indian Music since 1984. We distribute the music of over 50 recording labels - such as Canyon Records Productions, Sound of America Records, Indian House, Silver Wave Records, Alta Vista, Indian Records Inc., Sweet Grass Records, Turtle Island Music, Cool Runnings Music and more - as well as many independents - like Keith Secola, Ulali, Floyd Red Crow Westerman, Red Thunder, Casper, and many more.

We have a broad selection of Native American craft supplies and how-to craft books. Our walls are always filled with beautifully beaded barrettes, key chains, and more. We offer a large selection of ceremonial herbs and religions items as well as trade cloth, shells, drums, rattles, and medicine bags. Our extensive collections of books cover every subject imaginable.

Recording Labels:

Sound of America
Indian House
Silver Wave
Sweet Grass Records
Love Flutes
Cool Runnings Music
Canyon Records

Products Include:
Pendleton Blankets
Native American Calenders
Native American Pow Wow Portraits
Native American craft supplies
Medicinal Herbs
Native American Church supplies
Pow Wow supplies
Craft Books

Christmas cards
Christmas music
Robes and shawls
Videos and DVDs
Educational Material
Peyote Music
Navajo Music
Apache Music
Songs of the Blackfeet
Southern Plains Music
Cree Nation Music
Eastern Tribes Music
Pacific Northwest Music
Northern Plains Music
Sioux Nations Music
Pueblo Music
Gospel Music
Chicken Scratch Music
Aboriginal Fiddle Music
Children's Books
Legends, Stories, Songs
Native American Lullabies
Payment Methods: American Express, Cash, Debit Cards, Discover, Mastercard, Visa
Area Served: Phoenix, AZ Metro
Products: Craft Supplies, Audiobooks, Beads, Greeting Cards, Leather, Pottery Supplies & Tools, CDs, Rare Books, Holiday Gifts, Poetry Books, Jewelry Making Supplies, Needlecraft Supplies, Wholesale CDs, Children's Books, Ethnic Gifts
Services: Newsstands
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like it like it is

by Larz , 04/03/2010

wow,........fry bread outside ,too. got me a t-shirt dat say ,I like it!

Authentic Native American

by virginia walker , 07/30/2008

If you are looking for seed beads for loom work, or need anything for pow-wow regalia, this is the place to go. Yes, they are a little pricey on some things, but keep in mind, they DO carry many different sizes of beads, plus bone and antler beads, which are not always easy to find at the "regular" bead stores. There are also many "how-to" books for Native crafts, and many types of leather that can be crafted into clothing, medicine bags, etc. They also carry cds with flute music and other authentic Native American arrangements. I have always liked going there, and, if you go on a good day, you may even be able to snack on home-made fry bread outside! It's worth the trip, if you are a Phoenix resident.

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