San Pedro’s Annual Día de Los Muertos Festival
THIS IS A FREE EVENT.
Join us on Sunday, October 22, 2023, as we celebrate and honor LA’s Latin and Mexican heritage at the 11th Annual San Pedro Día de los Muertos Festival, presented by Discover San Pedro. This vibrant event, held in the historic downtown area, will bring together thousands of locals and visitors from Los Angeles, Orange County, and beyond.
Prepare to be captivated by a diverse lineup of live entertainment, featuring the remarkable MariachiDivas de Cindy Shea. This extraordinary, two-time Grammy-winning all-women ensemble pushes the boundaries of mariachi music, delivering an unforgettable performance.
In addition to the Mariachi Divas, you’ll be treated to captivating performances by Ellas, Neiya Arts, Julian Torres, and Danza Azteca Xochipilli. Local youth dance groups, including Folklorico Nadino de San Pedro, Folklorico Perlitas de Wilmington, and Dance Tech San Pedro, will also showcase their talents.
As you stroll through the streets of downtown San Pedro, you’ll be enveloped by the enchanting melodies of contemporary and traditionally inspired Mexican folklore music. This family-friendly event, which is completely FREE, offers something for everyone. Explore a variety of food options, visit the beer garden, engage in craft activities with your children, and admire the exhibition of altar contest entries.
We encourage all attendees to embrace the spirit of Dia de los Muertos by donning festive costumes and immersing themselves in the festivities. Downtown San Pedro will also provide free trolley rides for added convenience.
Come and be a part of this unforgettable celebration, where we pay homage to traditions, enjoy captivating performances, and cherish the rich heritage that makes San Pedro so special.
ABOUT DISCOVER SAN PEDRO
Discover San Pedro is the public-facing entity of the San Pedro Property Owners Alliance (SPPOA), which is the administrator of the San Pedro Historic Waterfront Business Improvement District, a non-profit 501 © (6) corporation established in 2008. For more information about visiting, working or living in San Pedro’s Downtown Waterfront, visit discoversanpedro.org.
ABOUT SAN PEDRO: Because of its prime location on the Los Angeles Waterfront and the Port of Los Angeles, San Pedro has always attracted various cultures with prominent fishing traditions. San Pedro is an up and coming waterfront city and one of Los Angeles’s hidden secrets with a great art scene. Points of interest are the USS Iowa floating museum, the fully operational museum ship the SS Lane Victory, the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, the LA Maritime Museum, and the Vincent Thomas Bridge.