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De generación a generación highlights the way in which previous generation: familial, cultural, and community-oriented traditions shape beliefs, habits and customs.
This two-day extravaganza honoring the traditions of Mexican and native Mesoamerican cultures includes FREE daytime activities for the whole family followed by ticketed evening concerts.
Marching bands from throughout the southland are expected to perform alongside ghosts and goblins of all kinds in this year’s Halloween Parade.
Celebrate DIA DE LOS MUERTOS in the oldest part of downtown Los Angeles.
Grand Park’s Downtown Día de los Muertos is a community-oriented space inviting park-goers to contribute to the community altar.
Get in the spirit of the season and celebrate Halloween and Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) at Heal the Bay Aquarium with a “fintastic” Halloween and Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration.
October 26: Join the La Habra library for one of their favorite annual events. Enjoy crafts, face painting, Ballet Folklorico, Aztec dancing and more. Saturday, 12:30 - 3 p.m. La Habra Library.
As you take in the traditional Day of the Dead tributes such as chalk cemeteries, floral altars, vehicular altars and other such remembrances at the Mission, you’ll feel a sense of reverence that makes this an emotional Dia experience. New kids zone!
Historic Downtown San Pedro will be the place to celebrate Dia de los Muertos as the streets come alive with art, culture, delicious cuisine and live entertainment.
Ghosts, goblins, witches, zombies, fairies and spirits of all kinds are invited. Don’t miss the annual Halloween Festival that brings the community together for a night of music, dancing and celebration at this costume-themed event.