Dia de Los Muertos in the Mission

Dia de los Muertos in the Mission is one of the best traditions in San Francisco. It has been celebrated in the hood since the early 70’s. This isn’t an excuse to get loaded and party in the streets like Cinco de Mayo. This is a traditional and respectful cultural celebration. It’s alcohol-free. Bring flowers, candles, and mementos of loved ones to place on altars.

Build your own altar
The Marigold Project was created in 1990 for participants to build altars, leave offerings, heal, and celebrate the lives of our ancestors, in Garfield Park. It serves as a community graveyard for the night with expressions of art, music, live performances, and a walking procession through San Francisco’s historical Mission District. Find out more at The Marigold Project..

What You Need to Know

  • This isn’t just an excuse to get loaded and party. This is a traditional and respectful cultural celebration.
  • It’s alcohol-free.
  • Please don’t come to promote your favorite politician/political cause before the election.
  • Friday, November 2, 2018 | 4-11 pm
  • Festival of Altars: 4pm to 11pm at Garfield Park, 26th and Harrison Streets, SF
  • Procession: 7 pm starts at 22nd and Bryant

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