On Monday, Nov 2nd, SF’s Mission District will offer the most ‘Day of Dead’ events of any neighborhood in Bay Area
It’s great that many of the events are in the same block, or within blocks of each other.
Día de los Muertos is a sacred tradition where we celebrate our dead by honoring their memories and lives.
We believe that life is sacred, and in these times of the pandemic, our greatest priority is to protect the lives of our loved ones. In that spirit, we are practicing the safety measures required by the City & County of San Francisco for our 2020 family-friendly celebration.
See photos from Nov 2nd!
- Altars at the Mission Culture center for Latino arts.
- Day of dead commemoration at Mission food hub.
Past video from the Mission district:
A beautiful altar at the annual ‘Marigold Project’ Dia Los Muertos @ Garfield park in SF mission district.
List of Nov 2nd events:
- click below to enlarge schedule.