UPDATES: Tour the event with CBS 42 as they interview Festival Director Keri Lane, and Festival Co-Founder Jorge Castro! (See Below) Last day for the event is TONIGHT!
Bare Hands, Inc. is celebrating life at it’s 19th Day of the Dead Festival taking place nightly through November 5, 2021. Presented by Spire, Dia de los Muertos #19 honors the memories of loved ones who have passed on and those who remain through a celebration that includes music, dance, and cuisine.
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In a colorful celebration replete with food truck vendors, each night will offer up a variety of erected altars to honor the deceased, as is reserved in Mexican culture. Prayers of remembrance recount loved ones who have transitioned on, who are believed to revisit the living for a span of 24 hours while the boundary between the living and the spiritual world is dissolved.
For the festival, there will be a memorial roll call, the Frida Ceremony, the Corona Beer Garden, an artist Mercado, and of course the beloved altars to honor deceased loved ones. Attendees are asked to attend in their full bones attire, a sugar skull, or dressed for a fiesta.
Limited tickets are available nightly for just $10 each night, and children 6 and under may attend for FREE.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
- Event is rain or shine, so check the weather and dress accordingly.
- All tickets are non-refundable.
- Coolers, picnics and pets are not allowed at this event.
- Print ticket prior to arrival, or prepare to show mobile ticket for entry.
- Wednesday, November 3rd, 5-9 p.m.
- Thursday, November 4th, 5-9 p.m.
- Friday, November 5th, 5-10 p.m.
2829 2nd Ave S
Birmingham, AL 35233
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