Cinco de Mayo on Olvera Street
This exciting weekend festival features popular and traditional music, exhibitor booths, carnival rides, kids' activities, entertainment, cultural dancing, plenty of delicious Mexican food, and more.
Las Posadas at Olvera Street
This presentation of the journey of Mary and Joseph to Bethlehem is portrayed with singing, dance, a candlelight procession on Olvera Street and a children's pinata breaking.
Día de los Muertos on Olvera Street
OCTOBER 25 - NOVEMBER 2: The nightly celebration begins in the plaza with Novenario Procession, featuring blessings, "living muertos", and free sweet bread. Visit community altars, enjoy live entertainment, face painting, and La Danza de la Muerte, a vibrant theatrical performance that tells the story of Día de los Muertos.
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