BIENVENIDOS! WELCOME! JOIN US FOR A FREE DIA DE LOS MUERTOS FAMILY EVENT!
Saturday Nov. 2, 2019
ALL DAY! 9am - 10:30pm
Now, a Special VIP Opening Night Party has been added!
Friday Nov. 1 2019, 7:30pm - 12am
Art Viewing, Live Performances, DJ, Dancing, Food, Drink and Enjoyment for the Whole Evening
Where: Saguaro Scottsdale hotel
Ticket includes: Gourmet Taco Bar, a Complimentary Drink and a Full Evening of Enjoyment.
Dress to Impress! Calaca Attire Encouraged
VIP Makeup Experience: Patrons can also have their faces painted for the event.
Limited availability. 1/2 face: $20, Full face: $25, - Bedazzled: $40
Location – Downtown Scottsdale
Dia de los Muertos Celebration Festival
Saturday Nov. 2, 2019
9am - 10:30pm
Now, a Special VIP DDLM Catrina Makeup-Experience has been added!
Friday Nov. 1, 2019
(Limited Ticket Availability) Details to be announced shortly!
Join us as The Scottsdale Old Adobe Mission, Grandeza Mexicana, and Lore Media and Arts invites you to celebrate and learn about The Day of the Dead (Dia de Los Muertos), a time honored tradition dedicated to the remembrance of loved ones who have passed on, and the honoring of life itself. To honor the deceased, altars are traditionally built and decorated with marigolds, photographs, and favorite foods of the departed.
Community, Culture, Theatre and Art come to life as downtown Scottsdale celebrates Dia de Los Muertos, an ancient Aztec ritual that both remember the dead and mocks death itself. Discover the extraordinary rituals and observances that take place during this ancient Mesoamerian celebration while enjoying family activities, vibrant music, indigenous and modern folklorico dance, elaborate altar displays, sculptured art, educational lectures and an interactive community altar.
Scottsdale Dia de los Muertos Location
Old Adobe Mission Old Town Scottsdale
2019 Events Schedule
”Hispanic Heritage Day” Festival presented by the Arizona Diamondbacks
– Chase Field, Phoenix AZ
October 1 - Nov 7
Dia de Los Muertos Community Art Installation
– A Noise Within Theatre, Pasadena CA
”Lila Downs' Dia de Muertos: Al Chile” - Concert/Festival featuring Lila Downs, Grandeza Mexicana and LORE Media & Arts
– Ford Theatre, Hollywood CA
October 28 – Nov 4
8th annual “Grand Park Downtown Dia de los Muertos”
– Grand Park & LA Music Center, Los Angeles CA
November 1 Scottsdale Dia De Los Muertos VIP Catrina Makeup Experience Festival Kickoff
– Location: To Be Announced
3rd annual “Scottsdale Dia de Los Muertos”
– Old Adobe Mission, Scottsdale AZ
A Celebration for all at the historic Scottsdale Old Adobe Mission
Grandeza Mexicana | LORE Media & Art
Folk Ballet Company
About the Company
GRANDEZA MEXICANA FOLK BALLET COMPANY was founded by Jose Vences in September 2003. Currently, Grandeza Mexicana Folk Ballet Company has over 30 dancers and is a non-profit performing arts organization. The company was formed to advance the field of Mexican folk ballet, enhance the public’s appreciation for the diversity and depth of Mexican culture, and to present high-quality dance productions.
With signature pride in the rich national culture, Grandeza Mexicana Folk Ballet Company presents high-caliber dance productions that represent the diverse regions of Mexico. Whether choreographic works depict celebrations, ceremonies, or daily rituals, they are a colorful slice of the flavor of Mexico. Backed by careful research, GMFBC’s choreography is committed to preserving the traditions and customs of Mexico’s historic past and promising present.
The Mission of the Grandeza Mexicana Folk Ballet Company is to perpetuate and showcase the splendor of Mexican Folk dance, and to cultivate and promote public awareness and appreciation of this rich and diverse cultural heritage.
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Scottsdale Arts Engagement & Community Education
Scottsdale’s Dia de Los Muertos celebration is a collaboration of artists, community, and local business who envision a growing event that will attract tourists, spur the creative class, as well as allow families both young and old to enjoy a festive remembrance of our dearly departed. Our festivities will serve as an enduring bridge to a creative and engaging platform for the residents of Scottsdale.