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Date/Time
Date(s) - 10/29/2016
1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Location
Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center

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October 29 | 1 – 6pm
Dia de los Muertos

Festivities include an array of colorful altars, rare collections of classic cars and custom
Lowrider bikes, free candy-filled pinatas for the family, face painting, sugar skull decorating.
Introducing Pink Drum Poets, and music to lift your spirits by Johnny Degollado Trio,
Cilantro BoomBox,Trampia, Clemencia Zapata & the Fran Gomez Band, Son Armado and Ballet East.Special tribute to the late legendary Tejano artist Alfonso Ramos.
Center for Mexican American Cultural Arts will provide a Mercado of artisans.
To win a prize, WEAR YOUR COSTUME.  Mexican treats available for purchase.
To participate in the car and bike contest and build and altar, please visit maccaustin.comlocated at 600 River Street.

Las Piñatas ATX:

Come join Las Piñatas ATX! During the Dia de los Muertos Festival, from Noon to 4:00 PM, they will be providing free, candy-filled piñatas for the public to enjoy. They will be handing out numbered tickets throughout the day for those interested in breaking a piñata and will be calling the numbers in order to help minimize the need to wait in line.

Las Piñatas ATX has commissioned local artist, Michael Anthony Garcia, to create the backdrop for this event. His installation, Paneles/Panales, is inspired by the traditions and folklore of Dia de los Muertos and will welcome everyone as they enter ESB-MACC.

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