Feliz Dia de los Muertos – Olvera Street!

There is always something magical to see when Olvera Street celebrates the Day of the Dead with the traditional Novenario procession, public ceremonies, ofrendas, face painting and of course that big cup of champurrado caliente for all us thirsty calaveras! And there is still time tonight to join with our dearly departed for the fiesta. The procession starts at 7pm but get there early for face painting, shopping, pre and post procession ceremonies and performance and for the little ones: a swack at the pinata. Enjoy the Photo Essay!

Olvera Street -El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument is at 845 N Alameda St, Los Angeles,  90012

 

Lori Nyx

About Lori Nyx

As a child, Lori Nyx always wanted to be a writer and an artist and that girl on the cover of the first Sabbath album. One out of three ain't bad! (Image courtesy of M. Randall 2010)
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2 Responses to Feliz Dia de los Muertos – Olvera Street!

  1. Beautiful! I can never resist a child calaca!

  2. Great photos! The costumes are amazing.

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