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DIA DE LOS MUERTOS

  • Hollywood Forever 6000 Santa Monica Boulevard Los Angeles, CA, 90038 United States (map)

Dia de los Muertos | Day of the Dead

The students and teaching artists of the LACER Afterschool Programs have been invited by Hollywood Forever to create The LACER Afterschool Exhibit, part of the Dia de los Muertos Celebration on November 2nd, 2019. 

Sponsored by Hollywood Forever, our students are building a large-scale altar made of nichos, candles, masks, and monarch butterflies honoring those who have passed and they will be telling their immigration stories through their art as part of this year's theme, Sacred Migration.

On the day of this epic event, the largest of its kind in the United States, LACER's King Drill Team will perform, opening the show on the mainstage and throughout the entire event, attended by over 50K people, the LACER Afterschool Exhibit will be open. Please check out the event maps for the exhibit location.


Event Information

General Admission Advance Sales: $25 per person
Children 8 years and under free until 4 pm
Seniors 65 and over free until 4 pm

  • Dia de Los Muertos attire strongly encouraged – Come dressed in your finest Calaca apparel

  • Spend an eventful day relaxing and watching the evening stars appear as the cemetery comes to life with joyful celebrations

  • Enjoy fine Mexican cuisine and a wide spectrum of Day of the Dead arts and crafts available for purchase

  • Plan ahead where to park and please carpool

  • Pre-Purchase your tickets to avoid lines day of the event

Location:
Hollywood Forever Cemetery
6000 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90038

Tickets and more info at LAdayofthedead.com


PHOTOS from the 2019 Exhibit & Performance


The LACER Afterschool Exhibit

is Sponsored by Hollywood Forever

and The Wilbur May Foundation

with Generous Donations from

New Balance, Off Broadway Shoe Wherehouse, Aldo, Shoe Palace, Foot Locker, and WSS

Earlier Event: October 30
LACER's 25th Anniversary Dinner
Later Event: November 18
Linda Ortiz's Retirement Dinner