San Francisco’s Día de los Muertos Procession and Festival of Altars
Festival of Altars organized by Marigold Project
Festival of Altars, 4-11pm, Garfield Park, 25th/26th & Harrison Streets.
We welcome you to make an altar for a loved one that has passed away. Making a Day of the Dead altar is a way for us to honor the life of someone who is no longer with us and to remember our ancestors. Each year, hundreds of personal altars fill Garfield Park.
Procession organized and led by Collective del Rescate Cultural
Starting at 7:00 P.M.
at the corner of 22nd and Bryant St.
proceeds on Bryant to 24th St., then
down 24th to Mission St., then
moves along Missions to 22nd St., then
goes along 22nd to Bryant St., for the closing ritual.
Help keep Day of the Dead Alive!
Let’s ensure that Day of the Dead SF remains a true community supported event.
Please consider making a donation at the Garfiled Park Clubhouse. Every dollar counts and no donation is too small. All proceeds go to securing park permits and artistic expression at Garfield Park.