Tribal Rites Tattoo, Piercing, and Fine Jewelry is excited to celebrate their 30th year anniversary with a benefit for the Rocky Mountain Raptor Program (RMRP)! Tribal Rites will be donating 30% of all sales for the day to the RMRP. Select Tattoo Artists will be offering custom drawn designs on a first come first serve basis, and we will be open our normal business hours, 12-8 p.m. Piercings will be available by appointment, and we will do our best to take as many walk-ins as possible.

Tribal Rites will be hosting a few events to celebrate our anniversary, beginning with a charity day to support our favorite charity, Rocky Mountain Raptor Program an incredibly important institution in Northern Colorado, doing amazing work with local Raptors. On Saturday March 23rd, from 12-3, volunteers from the RMRP will be present to answer questions and talk about their favorite subject, Raptors!. Tattoo Artists will be offering custom drawn designs for the day’s event. The designs will not be alterable, and offered on a first come first serve basis.  Tribal Rites will donate 30% of the day’s sales to the RMRP. “Curtis and I have always felt that the Rocky Mountain Raptor Program does valuable work for the sustainability of Northern Colorado. Raptors are such an important and integral part of our ecosystem, not to mention fun and challenging to draw!” Said Chad, co-owner of Tribal Rites.

Our connection to the RMRP began over 10 years ago when Curtis, co- owner of Tribal Rites, began spending time at the Environmental Learning Center in Fort Collins, observing and drawing the birds that the RMRP had placed in enclosures there. Around that time Tribal Rites was celebrating our 20 year anniversary and we decided to do a benefit for the Raptor Program, which went really well, and the designs we created for the event became the inspiration for our current business logo! “We are so happy Tribal Rites has committed to another event! We had a really good time years ago for their 20th anniversary and we are really excited to be there again with some Ambassadors, and to share what we do and what makes the program special with their customers!” Said Jessica from RMRP.

At the forefront of the industry, Tribal Rites became Northern Colorado’s first Piercing studio to exclusively carry high-quality, American made jewelry, and to practice advanced and modern piercing techniques. Beginning in a humble small location just a few doors down from our current location, we have since grown to over 15 employees! Tribal Rites has been proud to serve the Fort Collins and Northern Colorado communities, and it is our intention to bring incredible, high-quality piercing, tattooing, and fine jewelry to Northern Colorado for years to come.

Tribal Rites Tattoo, Piercing, and Fine Jewelry: Located at 628 South College Ave, Tribal Rites Tattoo, Piercing, and Fine Jewelry is Northern Colorado’s premier Tattoo, Piercing, and Jewelry studio. Tribal Rites has a rich history of providing the highest quality tattoos and piercings from some of the best artists in the region. Tribal Rites is also a BVLA premier seller, displaying a massive selection of BVLA jewelry in stock at all times. Tribal Rites is committed to every customer having a fun, professional, and safe experience in an artistic, collaborative environment where art and quality comes first. They offer the largest selection of high quality jewelry in the area in a wide price range. You can see more about Tribal Rites Tattoo and Piercing at


Rocky Mountain Raptor Program: Since 1987, the Rocky Mountain Raptor Program (RMRP) has served the northern Colorado region  through lifesaving raptor rescue, rehabilitation and research, and life-changing conservation education. Our community-based team of raptor rehabilitation experts, Colorado State University veterinarians, and highly-trained volunteers provide compassionate care and rehabilitation to every wounded raptor in need. Our research helps protect raptors in the wild, and we play a vital role in conservation education, providing hands-on learning about raptor species and the environment. You can see more at

WHEN: Saturday, March 23
TIME: 12:00p – 3:00p
WHERE: Tribal Rites – 628 S. College Ave., Fort Collins, CO 80524
COST: Free!