Cherokee ceremonies are control in performance next to cycles of Mother Earth. There are 7 national festivals identified as constituent of the circular ceremonies. These are the Great New Moon Ceremony, the Propitiation or Cementation Ceremony (Friendship Ceremony), Bouncing Bush Ceremony, First New Moon or Spring Ceremony, Green Corn Ceremony, Ripe Corn Ceremony, and the Chief Dance (UKU Ceremony.) During ceremony, positive attitudes are far more principal than rituals. Ceremonies proposition opportunities for unrestricted worship, socialization, and soldering.
Ceremonial musical instruments utilized for dancing and festivals includes drums, calabash rattles, and turtle-shell rattles (leg-shackles.) As part of a set of worship, social dancing recreation is held in a circle the unnameable inferno. The social dancing tap is like-minded a waddle tactical manoeuvre because the leg-shackles eroded by the women are comparatively starchy.