Update October 2021

Dia de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, is a long standing tradition honoring our loved ones by having festivals, parades, and more! Check out our list below for where to celebrate this beloved holiday!



City of Dallas Dia de los Muertos | October 30 | 2-10pm

Enjoy the festival from 2 - 10 pm and the parade and after party starting at 6 pm!


Dia de los Muertos Oak Cliff | CocoAndre | October 30 | 5-9pm

Join CocoAndre for an evening of live music and dance performances by native Dallas groups as well as food, arts and crafts, artisan goods from local vendors, and more!


Folklore and Tradition | Dallas Farmers Market | October 30 | 11 am-4pm

Stop by to shop for authentic and traditional Mexican goods.


Yellow Rosa | October 30-31 | all weekend long

Head to this hidden cocktaileria in Deep Ellum for a costume contest, special cocktails, decor and all the vibes! 


Miriam Cocina | October 28 | 6:30-9pm

Join for Paint and Sip where you will enjoy a tasting flight of 100% hand-harvested blue Weber agave distillations as well as a painting class! Also enjoy brunch specials all weekend!


Mexican Bar Company | October 29 - November 2

Celebrate the Day of the Dead all weekend long with their featured 5 course meal for two people! 


Mini Árbol de la Vida | Oak Cliff Cultural Center | October 29 | 6:30pm

This workshop is led by artist Eva Azul. Participants will paint a mini Árbol de la Vida (Tree of Life). All materials are supplied!


Homenaje A Los Grandes | Strauss Square | October 30 | 7:30pm

The Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico will combine traditional artistry with contemporary sounds of modern Mexican American music to honor our memories and traditions woven in with the past and present!


Las Almas Rotas | October 30 | 2pm-2am

Las Almas Rotas will be welcoming chef Olivia Lopez and she will be serving quesadillas con hongos using their tortillas ceremoniales, a beautiful tradition from Guanajuato, and tlacoyos with bayo beans and pastor meat on top. 


Latino Cultural Center | October 30 | 11am-4pm

A family friendly event to celebrate all the people we love featuring music, sugar skulls art activities and much more on the plaza as well as artwork on display and altars which will run through November 13. 


Dia de los Muertos Concert | Dallas Symphony Orchestra | October 31 | 3pm

The concert will feature traditional Latin American music, colorful festivities, and will have something for the whole family!


Legacy Food Hall | October 31 | 1pm 

Enjoy a family-friendly day filled of festivities, followed by live music, a ballet performance, as well as a screening of Coco!


Te Deseo | October 31 | 1-5pm

Show up in stylish all-white attire and ready for champagne bottle popping, endless tequila shots, high-energy DJs, dancing, and even a special menu.


Los Tlacuaches | November 1 | 7pm

A night market featuring an altar for attendees to place photos an offerings for loved ones, face painting, food, cocktail menu, and dancing! 


Offbeat Boxing and Cycling Studios | November 1 | 5:30pm

A studio showcase featuring a variety of vendors and free classes in the evening!


Jalisco Norte | November 2 

Join for special dishes curated by Chef Jose Meza, along with El Jimador giveaways and a unique Ofrenda (altar). Reservations are recommended!


Taqueria La Ventana | November 2 | 5-11pm

Enjoy live DJs, drink specials, and more!


Día de los Muertos Celebración | Crown Hill Memorial Park | November 2 & 6

The Hughes Family Tribute Center will present its seventh Día de los Muertos Celebración featuring a parade, live music and entertainment, children's activities, and more!