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11th Annual San Pedro Dia de los Muertos Festival

October 22, 2023
3:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Organizer’s Site
Council District
City Council District 15
Los Angelenos will unite to recognize and celebrate LAs Latin and Mexican heritage at the 11th Annual San Pedro Dia de los Muertos Festival.


There will be a festive live entertainment lineup including performances by Mariachi Divas de Cindy Shea, a two-time Grammy-winning multicultural, all-women ensemble that continues to push and expand the scope of mariachi music.  Along with the Mariachi Divas, guests will also enjoy live entertainment with performances by Ellas, Neiya Arts, Julian Torres and  Danza Azteca Xochipilli, and local youth dance groups: Folklorico Nadino de San Pedro, Folklorico Perlitas de Wilmington, and Dance Tech San Pedro.


This FREE, family-oriented event will feature live entertainment, a beer garden, delicious foods, crafts for kids, an altar contest exhibition, and more! Visitors are encouraged to come dressed in Dia de los Muertos-themed costumes and participate in the festivities. Free trolley rides are hosted by Downtown San Pedro as well.  


Mesa Street
between 5th. and 6th. 6th St. between Pacific and Centre St.
San Pedro, United States
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