Arizona Dance Coalition Statewide Calendar of Events
11th Annual MIKIZTLI: Dia de Los Muertos Festival (Phoenix)
October 30 @ 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm MSTFree
Sunday, October 30, 2022 at 2:00PM
Steele Indian School Park
The 11th Annual Mikiztli~ Dia De Los Muertos Festival is FREE and open to the public.
Music, Dance, Masked Performances, Kids Art Activities, Artists Mercado and Candlelight Closing Procession with Ceremony & Celebration. A unique and exciting artistic event that keeps families connected to their cultural heritage and traditions. Bring your entire family and invite your friends!
Invitamos a todas las familias y sus niños! Es gratis!
Members of Desert Dance Theatre will participate in the celebration and procession.
The Dia de los Muertos Phx Festival is interactive, multi-generational, and participatory. Free and open to the public, all families are welcomed. The festival aims to instill a sense of history, pride and knowledge about our multicultural roots to the community at large.
Presented by Cultural Coalition, the festival features hundreds of masked entertainers with performances in music, dance and theater to honor our ancestors and celebrate our heritage and traditions. A gathering of artists and families. Food available to purchase. Our creative modern adaptations of ancient customs such as La Mascarada, La Visita, The Flight of Quetzalcoatl, and Las Coronas, promote our multicultural heritage while preserving our traditions.
The Dia de Los Muertos Phx Festival will take place at Steele Indian School Park (on 3rd Street and Indian School Rd) in Phoenix, AZ. The Artists Mercado features some of Arizona’s best local artists. There will also be food booths, kids arts activities and of course, and the traditional Candlelight Procesión. We also provide a Community Altar. Bring a picture (no originals) or memento to place on it. It is a memorable community event!
More information at www.diadelosmuertosphx.com
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