I’m a bit of a homebody and sometimes struggle to find new and exciting things to do.  Luckily for me, my friend Annie from Annie’s Adventures is always around to clue me in on what’s happening in the area.  Luckily for you, I’m not selfish with the information and will gladly pass it on to you. Like the 'Day of the Dancing Dead' street celebration she told me about.

For those who are unfamiliar with “Dia de los Muertos,” it’s a primarily Mexican holiday during which friends and family gather to remember and celebrate loved ones who have passed away.  The art associated with it, like Catrinas and painted skulls are beautiful.

Even though Halloween comes (and goes) on October 31st, you can still continue the festivities on Saturday, November 2nd.    There’s going to be live music, DJs, art, belly dancing, food trucks, drink specials and plenty of vendors where you’re sure to find some great stuff.

It’s all happening downtown on Mills Street between Stanton and Kansas.  Hope you’ll be able to make it out and costumes are encouraged!

What: Day of the Dancing Dead Street Celebration - music, art, belly dancing, vendors, drinks and much more.

When: Saturday,November 2nd - Time TBA

Where: Mills Street in Downtown El Paso between Stanton and Kansas

For More Info: Contact Fabian Campos at 915-219-8310