Intore warrior dance is a specificity of the northern province of Kirundo. Dancers generally around thirty adopt a particular clothing made of leopard skins tied around the lower abdomen as well as a wreath braided with raffia fibers that surrounds the head. The artist wears bells at the ankles and holds in one hand a stick decorated with raffia and in the other a simple stick. Strips of pearls are crossed around the chest. It is a virile dance with harmonious movements of the legs that hit the ground. There is also a trumpet player and a poetry reciter.