If you live in or near San Pedro, or simply want to visit the port district, its historic downtown is the place to be this Day of the Dead.
Watch the streets of Historic Downtown San Pedro come to live with art, live entertainment, culture and delicious food at its Día de los Muertos Festival.
The free event will feature traditional and contemporary Latin-American performers such as Aztec dancers, folklorico dancers, and music from the Grammy Award-winning Mariachi Divas!
There will also be a sacred altar exhibition and competition where cash prizes will be given to first, second, and third place winning entries and where anyone can remember their lost loved ones.
But, that’s not all! The festival’s Artists’ Village will be available for you to buy whimsical calaveras and calacas and La Muerte Vive! Children’s Activity Center will allow kids to make fun and unique art projects as well as get their faces painted.
So as you can see, this festival will have it all. It all starts at 5 p.m. on Friday, November 1st at the LA Waterfront in Historic Downtown San Pedro on the 300 block of 6th Street.
For information on parking and everything else, click here.
Be sure to check back tomorrow, where I will give you another Day of the Day event you can attend.