Dia de Los Muertos

Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is an ancient tradition rooted in Mexico, celebrating life and honoring those who have passed on. Our particular celebration draws its influences from Jose Guadalupe Posada’s early 1900’s portrayal of personalities and professions as skeletons or Calaveras. Posada depicted rich and poor alike as skeletons in ordinary and sometimes outrageous but tragic life settings. Printed sheets would circulate during Día De Los Muertos festivities where he would seize the opportunity for political satire and comedy. The Posada Calavera always seemed to be laughing, frolicking and up to some kind of mischief. We want the public to laugh and perhaps cry but never abhor, they must never be made to feel that they just walked away from seeing something gory, ghoulish, foul or traumatizing.

Parade Attendee Rules

Parade Location

The Procession will take place at the historic Gutiérrez Hubbell House in the historic South Valley of Albuquerque. Click here for a detailed site parking map.

Carpooling/Ride Sharing is recommended for this event. Limited Parking is available on site by entering Hubbell Circle SW from Isleta Blvd SW

Please DO NOT parking along the streets marked in RED on the map. This includes Isleta Blvd, Mayflower Rd, Don Felipe Rd, Las Rosas Rd, Hubbell Cir, Appleton Cir, Pajarito Rd.