7th Annual San Pedro Dia de Los Muertos Festival

October 28, 2018

October 28, 2018

13:00 To 21:00

San Pedro Waterfront Arts District, West 7th Street, San Pedro, CA, USA

Event is free, drinks tickets for beer & tequila garden sold separately.

Event Description

On Sunday, October 28, 2018, over 10,000 Los Angeles locals will unite to celebrate Hispanic heritage as The San Pedro Property Owners’ Alliance, a nonprofit organization, presents The 7th Annual San Pedro Dia de los Muertos Festival.

New to this year’s festivities is the Jose Cuervo Tradicional bar and Tequila garden. This bar area will offer a variety of cocktails created with Tradicional tequila – the first 100% agave tequila created over 200 years ago by Jose Antonio de Cuervo.

Los Angeles and Orange County visitors will experience a vibrant and historic downtown filled with a festive live entertainment lineup including energetic and globally-inspired performances by two-time grammy award winning performers, Mariachi Divas, and celebrated local headliners inlcuding Salt Petal and Kotolan!

Jose Cuervo presents a Tequila Garden and Estrella Jalisco will have a Beer Garden! 21+ only. Must present Valid ID for wristband entry. (Drinks sold separately) FREE ADMISSION INTO GARDENS WITH VALID ID!


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Event is free, drinks tickets for beer & tequila garden sold separately.Event is free, drinks tickets for beer & tequila garden sold separately.

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