Downtown San Pedro (PBID) will be honoring Día de Los Muertos, highlighting the traditional Mexican cultural celebration of life and death, with two Día de Los Muertos-inspired installations.
As this traditional Mexican holiday dates back thousands of years to celebrate and honor the memories of the deceased with colorful displays, face painting, and more, this year will feature an opportunity for socially distanced art and individuals to take photos with the artwork.
Downtown San Pedro remains committed to ensuring the health and safety of the community, visitors, and staff. Face coverings are required when visiting the art installations and all guests are encouraged to practice physical distancing. Each installation will be properly spaced out to ensure there is enough room to view them safely.
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COCO Screening Information: The San Pedro Waterfront Arts District, in collaboration with FilmLA is again presenting the award-winning Disney film COCO to kick of San Pedro’s Día de los Muertos celebration.The October 23rd, 2022 screening of COCO at the historic Warner Grand Theatre is generously sponsored by FilmLA (www.filmla.com) and brought to you by the San Pedro Waterfront Arts District. Stay for SanPedro’s Dia De Los Muertos celebration and enjoy the music, food and offrendas. For more information and tickets for San Pedro’s Day of the Dead, http://sanpedrodayofthedead.com/.
Tickets are free and limited to two tickets per email address.
DETAILS & LOCATION: Warner Grand Theatre, 478 West 6th Street Sunday, October 23rd, 1:00pm, doors open at 12:00pm