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Utah belly dancers jingle in the holiday season at Meeting of the Tribes
First Published Dec 07 2013 05:31 pm • Last Updated Dec 07 2013 09:17 pm

Belly dancers from Brigham City to Salt Lake City jingled in the holidays to Middle Eastern music on Saturday.

The Meeting of the Tribes at the Salt Lake Masonic Temple is one of Utah’s largest belly-dancing events of the year.

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Live music was provided by Kairo by Night.

The annual gathering’s goal is to provide common ground and mutual support for the understanding of danse orientale in Utah. For more information, www.meetingofthetribes.com.

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