Dia de los Muertos Novenario
The candlelight Novenario processions are held nightly for nine evenings, leading up to the Day of the Dead. The traditional, pre-Columbian procession evokes special memories of deceased loved ones with colorful pageantry and indigenous blessings.
Following each procession, free pan de muerto (sweet pastry) and champurrado (a Mexican hot beverage) are served (first to the performers, then to the assembled).
For a full description of this event, complete with where to stand and where to park, check out our review!