October 25, 2014
12:00pm – 10:00pm Oswaldo A.B. Cantu/Pan American Center
2100 East 3rd St., Austin, TX 78702
Día de los Muertos Festival is a unique festival featuring a full day of Día los Muertos cultural experience with live music, performances, art, kid’s zone, food and drink. The festival brings together a dynamic blend of music with vibrant Día de los Muertos traditions.
Tickets for a Good Cause
Pre-sale tickets $15 until day of the event. Tickets sold at the door will cost $20. Children under 12 are free with a paid adult. Proceeds from the festival will benefit Easter Seals Central Texas’ mission of promoting independence and creating opportunities for people with disabilities.
Tickets available at: http://www.austindiadelosmuertos.com/tickets.html
A.B. Quintanilla & The Kumbia Kings All Starz
Quimikoz del Son
Son de Rey
Roy Lozano’s Ballet Folklorico de Texas
Austin Samba School
Grupo de Danza Mexica-chichimeca de Austin
Mariachi Nueva Generacion
We’ll have fun for the whole family including our H-E-B Kid’s Zone with interactive activities and crafts.
Children twelve (12) and under are admitted free with a ticketed adult.
Wear your best costume and enjoy our fun activities including:
Día Mask Making
Piñata Party 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. – signup at the event
Aztec Dancers and Parade
Build your best Día de los Muertos altar on site and win awards!
Are you a student of any age, church group, service organization or just a creative person? We’re looking for interested people or groups to create an altar which celebrates the Día de los Muertos holiday and compete for awards and bragging rights for “Best Altar” in our Altar Contest. Altars will be built on site at the festival venue, Oswaldo A.B. Cantu/Pan American Recreation Center during our Festival on October 25.
For more information and sign-up, contact Vanessa Maldonado, Development Manager at Easter Seals Central Texas at 512-615-6900.
Attending the Festival
The following items are permitted: blankets, cell phones, strollers (for children four years and younger), folding chairs, cameras (still shot only, no video), backpacks, purses (regular size) and binoculars.
The following items are prohibited: guns, knives (or any other weapons), wallet chains, glass, alcohol, illegal substances, pets, video cameras, framed or large backpacks, outside food.
Food, drink and more!
There will be food, beverages (including alcohol) and more for sale inside.?? An ATM will be onsite for your convenience.
Where can I park??
Street parking is in the area around the venue. Pay attention to city signage and do not block driveways. Be respectful to the neighborhood and people’s residences.
Parking for persons with disabilities is onsite at the venue. You must have a State issued placard to park in these spaces.
?The Cap Metro website has an interactive map that you can use to map a route to the venue, which includes bus lines 320 and 17. Cap Metro Rail Station Plaza Saltillo is within several blocks walking distance to the venue. Service at Plaza Saltillo stops at 4:30 p.m.