Dia de los Muertos


Altares, Ofrendas, Calaveras, Flores, Pan De Muerto, Chocolate, Visual Arts, Poetry and Music.

Observed on November 2nd, with exhibits and events beginning in October and continuing through the middle of November; Día De Los Muertos is a colorful flurry of traditional and contemporary festivities celebrating ancestral remembrance, and harvest season rituals from Central Mexican indigenous cultures.

Organized since 1978 by Centro Cultural Aztlán -with altars and exhibits on display all over the city, Día De Los Muertos is a mainstay of San Antonio’s folklore and its cultural heritage.

Fall Art Festivals