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Thu 11/3 - Sat 11/5
Muertitos Fest

COURTESY OF SAY SÍ
  • Courtesy of SAY Sí

Aiming to offer “an international perspective on Día de los Muertos,” SAY Sí’s 10th annual Muertitos Fest welcomes members of Kolkata, India-based nonprofit Prayassam for a series of multidisciplinary performances exploring unlikely connections between the pre-Columbian tradition and the Hindu observance of Mahalaya Paksha (aka Pitru Paksha). Following a theme of “Fronteras de la Tierra y Cielos (Borders of the Earth and Heavens),” the three-night fest kicks off with a ticketed fundraiser ($35-$40, 7-10:30pm Thu), opens to the general public on First Friday (free, 6-10pm Fri) and wraps up with a fun-filled Family Day on Saturday (free, noon-4pm Sat). SAY Sí, 1518 S. Alamo St., (210) 212-8666, saysi.org. — Bryan Rindfuss

COURTESY OF PRAYASSAM
  • Courtesy of Prayassam


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