With roots going back thousands of years to Indigenous traditions in Mexico, this holiday is a time to gather together to remember and celebrate friends and relatives who have passed on. Día de Muertos, also called Day of the Dead, has evolved into a diverse festival, celebrated not only in Mexico but in the U.S. and many other countries.
*All performances will take place on the outdoor stage unless otherwise noted.
Welcome to the Día de Muertos Celebration with Patricia Castañeda and Yuri Rodriguez
A Día de Muertos Presentation by Global Prep Academy
Elementos del Altar
Voces de GPA directed by Yohana Lazarte-Cortes
Club de Danza Mexicana directed by Maestra Elizabeth Vazquez
Mariachi Sol Jalisciense
Desfile de Catrinas (Catrina Parade) presented by Mujeres Conectadas (inside the museum)
Message from the Consulado de México en Indianapolis
Coro Latinoamericano de Christ Church Cathedral (inside the museum)
Grupo Folclórico Macehuani
Grupo Folclórico Infantil Macehuani
Ballet Folklorico Mosaicos
Ballet Folklorico Mosaicos Kids
¡Muchas gracias! Thank you! See you next year!