Save the date for next year’s Día de Muertos celebration Saturday, Oct. 29.
We’re excited to welcome you back to the museum to celebrate Dia de Muertos in person. For the safety of all guests and visitors, capacity will be limited, so advance ticket registration is strongly recommended. Performances will take place on the outdoor stage throughout the day, and other activities will be spread indoors and out. This is a rain or shine event. In accordance with the current and evolving Covid pandemic and health guidance, visitors are required to wear masks while in the museum.
**All performances will take place on the outdoor stage unless otherwise noted.
10:45 a.m. Patricia Castañeda Gives the Welcome to Día de Muertos Celebration
11 a.m. Ana Cisneros performing canciones tradicionales Mexicanas, Special Performance by Meztli Cultural
12 p.m. Global Prep Academy Students Present the Traditional Elements of the Ofrendas, Selena Tribute: by Brittany Crone & Ricardo Laranja,
12:30 – 1:30 p.m. (roaming throughout the museum) Mariachi Azteca of Indianapolis
1 p.m. Consulado de México en Indianápolis, Armando Manzanero Tribute by Juan Carlos Alarcon
2:15 p.m. Global Prep Academy Students Present the Traditional Elements of the Ofrendas, El Coro Latinoamericano de la Catedral (Christ Church Cathedral)
3 p.m. Grupo Folclórico Macehuani, Grupo Folclórico Infantil Macehuani
4:15 p.m. Voces de Global Prep Academy Cantan un Popurri of Mexican Songs, Global Prep Academy Dance Performance
5 p.m. Metropolitan Youth Orchestra
6 p.m. Ballet Folklorico Mosaicos, Ballet Folklorico Mosaicos Kids
Artisan Bakery and Pastries
Dulceria Mi Pueblita
Carlos Sosa Pagán : Diseño
Juan Gabriel Tiscareno
Tanya’s Colorful Culture
Richard Gabriel Jr., Tinworks
Global Prep Academy
Garfield Park Art Center
Latinas Welding Guild
Indianapolis Urban League
Peruse elaborate altars designed by local organizations, and leave a note on the community ofrenda. Open and free to visit during museum hours through November 2.
Honor loved ones on a virtual ofrenda that will play throughout the day during Día de Muertos. Submit photos to email@example.com.
Eduardo Robledo is based out of Mexico City and creates mythic images utilizing the stories of past and present Mexico. Calaveras, animals and humans play in this shared space through finely wrought linocuts.
Watch the recorded live stream of performances by community groups and artists from our 2021 outdoor stage.