On Thursday and Saturday, limited parking will be available at SAY Sí. Additional street parking is available in the surrounding area. On Friday, guests may park at 1901 South Alamo for a free shuttle that will transport guests to and from the festivities until 10pm.

On November 3 – 5, 2016, SAY Sí will present its 10th annual Muertitos Fest, a 3-day Día de los Muertos festival which celebrates the tradition that ties our city to Mexico and commemorates the rich Mexican-American culture of San Antonio. With this year’s theme, “Fronteras de la Tierra y Cielos (Borders of the Earth & Heavens),” artwork, installations, altars and performances will focus on the connections between the living and those who have passed.


Muertitos Fest, one of San Antonio’s most comprehensive Día de los Muertos celebrations, provides an educational context to this important holiday, with three days of unique cultural happenings including: an exhibition of student Día de los Muertos art, notable folk art exhibits, altars to honor the departed, family folk art workshops, food booths, an artisan mercado and live multidisciplinary cultural performances.

This year, SAY Sí will also bring an international perspective to the holiday through a creative collaboration with Prayasam, a youth organization from Kolkata, India. Youth from Prayasam will travel to San Antonio to work with SAY Sí student-artists and cultivate a project that explores the connections between Día de los Muertos and the Indian celebration Pitru Paksha (fortnight of the ancestors). This project is part of an international youth residency series, Project Papalote, supported by Adobe Project 1324. The project that the organization’s youth create will be premiered at the Fest.


Muertitos Fest Opening Night Fundraiser: Thursday, November 3, 2016 | 7:00 – 10:30 pm | Price: $35 Presale, $40 At the Door (Only 200 tickets available)

An intimate and high-spirited celebration where patrons can feast on fusion Mexican/Indian cuisine by San Antonio’s Viva Vegeria paired with delectable libations. Additionally, enjoy desserts by Oh Yeah Cakes and Honeysuckle Teatime. Listen to live music by Beatriz La Emperatriz del Pueblo, Los De Esta Noche, with a special collaborative performance by youth from SAY Sí and Prayasam (India). Attendees will be the first to purchase one-of-a-kind student artwork in our galleries and  artisan crafts in our Muertitos Fest Mercado. Join the fun with our Día de los Muertos costume contest!
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Muertitos Fest First Friday: Friday, November 4, 2016 | 6:00 – 10:00 pm | FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
The Muertitos Fest festivities continue with a Día de los Muertos First Friday celebration. Enjoy the exhibits, altars, festive food and artisan booths. Participate in hands-on art activities and be entertained by live musical and dance performances on two stages throughout the evening. Live music by Grupo Frackaso, Los Nahuatlatos and more! A free shuttle will be available to transport guests to and from the festivities at 1901 South Alamo. 


Muertitos Fest Family Day: Saturday, November
5, 2016 | 12:00 – 4:00 pm | FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Bring the kids! On this family-friendly final day of Muertitos Fest, you can get hands-on with various folk art inspired workshops, face painting and shop for treasures from one-of-a-kind artist vendors. Enjoy a special family program of music and performances by Elsa Champion Dance Academy, Conjunto Heritage Taller, the ALAS Youth Theatre Company and more in the SAY Sí Black Box Theatre.

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All events take place at:
SAY Si Central
1518 South Alamo
San Antonio, TX 78204