Dia de Muertos is a culturally rich Mexican tradition and holiday that is also celebrated beyond Mexico, across Latin America and the Caribbean. Dia de Muertos, which means Day of the Dead in English, is a time of joyful celebration and remembrance of friends and family who have passed away and embarked on their journey through the after-life.
Although there are around 500 Mexican expats living in Singapore, thousands are celebrating this Mexican tradition in Singapore, find the event details listed here.
October 26, 5pm – 11:30pm, Super Loco Customs House
October 27, 8pm – 4am, Lucha Loco - Mexican Cocina Y Bar
No Cover Charge
October 28, 11am - 3.30pm, Super Loco Robertson Quay
November 2, 5pm till late, Lucha Loco, 15 Duxton Hill
The Mexican Association in Singapore will celebrate the Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) with a family friendly party.
There’ll be delicious Mexican food and drinks, kids activities at the kids corner, the traditional Mexican shrine, sweets, Mexican merchandise and the lovely Catrinas to take pictures with!
November 3, 12pm - 11pm, F1 Pit Building, Singapore
Join us for the largest Mexican Day of the Dead celebration in South East Asia. Back for its 4th edition, the event will feature a full day of music, performances, family activities and an exclusive array of Mexican and Latin American food.
General Ticket: $20
Children under 12 enter for free