Time to remember and honor lost loved ones.
Time to celebrate Day of the Dead also known as Dia de los Muertos. Another year completed. Time to honor those we’ve lost this year and before. This holiday is a blend of indigenous Mexican and catholic traditions. Originating in Mexico with varying traditions. This holiday is being celebrated increasingly throughout Latin America, the United States and worldwide. Everyone can relate to the desire to remember and connect with lost loved ones, ancestors and people who have touched their lives. Houston is the most culturally diverse city in the United States and has a huge Mexican population. Downtown Houston is well on it’s way to becoming the true cultural heart of Houston. This is being accomplished by hard work from the Mayor’s office, local NGOs and downtown businesses and residents. We think that downtown is the perfect place to come together for this holiday. If you agree, please let us know by marking interested, going or better yet registering. Also, we humbly request that you send a personal message to one friend who would love this. The best events are about the people. You tell your best most excited friend. We’ll do the same. We will all come together downtown in the spirit of the holiday.
COME DOWNTOWN AND CELEBRATE WITH THE CITY!!!!
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Here are some other upcoming events downtown that we think you might be interested in going to
Halloween Pub Crawl (Nightcrawlers Pub Crawls)
A Night at Market Square (Downtown District)
Now that you are considering celebrating with us, here is some information you may find helpful.
Check downtownhouston.org/parking to help find parking spots.
PARKING: Please consider taking the MetroRail, Uber, Lyft, Taxi or using PARK & RIDE for the celebration. Please look for emergency no parking signs before parking. Cars will be towed for security purposes. If you drive downtown, please use this website to locate a garage:www.downtownhoustonparking.org.
ATTIRE: This is Day of the Dead. Please dress accordingly. This is a chance to dress up in the spirit of the holiday. This is an inclusive holiday. But attendees are requested to be respectful towards the cultural significance of the holiday. Ladies the best part about Downtown is how close all the venues are to each other. Wearing heels downtown is much easier than other neighborhoods.
This page is intended as an informational page. Registration not required to attend any individual event. Each event may have it’s own requirements.
By registering we will inform you of updates to any events downtown as we see them. We will also inform you of other events happening Downtown in the future.
Thank you so much for reading all of this. We are excited to celebrate the holiday with you!! And remember those we’ve lost in a positive light. Since you read this we think you have a strong interest in attending. Please consider sending a personal invite to one friend who you think would also love this event. At the end of the day, the most fun events are about the people who attend them. Bring us your most fun friend. We will do the same. We will all celebrate together.