Day of The Dead, or Día de Los Muertos, is a celebration of Hispanic heritage which honors loved ones who have passed away. An extremely popular event, it captures the attention of thousands each year.
What: 21st Annual Day of the Dead Arts Festival — a time-honored tradition of both reverence and festive celebration
When: 11/1/2015, 2pm -11pm
Where: Living Arts of Tulsa (307 E. MB Brady Street)
Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
Why: To celebrate a festival of Hispanic heritage which honors loved ones who have passed away
Admissions: $5, CASH ONLY (Children 12 and under Free)
Additional info and Advanced Tickets Available: http://livingarts.org/day-of-the-dead
Activities will include: Viewing of the 50 plus Ofrendas (altar tributes), Blessing of the Altars, two stages with live Hispanic music and dance performances, Day of the Dead Themed art exhibit, face painting, sugar skull decorating and other children’s activities, Café de Muertos (selling Bread of the Dead, Churros, and more!), many authentic Hispanic food vendors, Day of the Dead themed sales booths, Soft drinks, coffee, hot chocolate, margaritas, beer, and tequila available, play Lotoria (a game similar to bingo), Dance with the Dead Skeleton Parade, Fire Dancers, and more!
21st Annual Dia de Los Muertos Arts Festival is made possible in part by: The Oklahoma Arts Council, The National Endowment for the Arts, Southwood Landscape & Garden Center, The George Kaiser Family Foundation, John Eakin III, KOTV The News on 6, El Guapo Cantina Downtown and Harvard, Jan and Jack Alexander, Tulsa Drillers Foundation Fund, La Semana del Sur, KSQ Architects, Williams, Dos Equis, Calavera’s Mexican Grill, Woody Guthrie Center, Stokely Outdoor Advertising, and Freedom Scaffolding.
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