[dropcap]J[/dropcap]oin the National Museum of Mexican Art for a special celebration of the spirits of the living and the dead during the Día de los Muertos Ball: Love Never Dies. Enjoy delectable food, libations and spirited revelry.
Get ready to dance the night away to live music from DJ Jesse De La Peña of Vocalo Radio and Dos Santos Anti-Beat Orquesta. Feast on culinary creations sponsored by Herdez Foods, as well as specialty, handcrafted cocktails from El Jimador Tequila and Korbel California Champagne.
While at the ball, take part in the fun and experience the museum’s first interactive scavenger hunt. You’ll also be able to take a rare tour through each of the museum’s galleries, including the “La Muerte Niña: Day of the Dead” exhibition, which has the works of over 90 artists of Mexican descent from both sides of the border.
You can also bid on a luxurious trip to beautiful Mexico, enjoy a private culinary dinner occasion provided by Food For Thought Catering, and so much more! Proceeds will help support the National Museum of Mexican Art’s educational programs, serving 52,000 students each year.
Tickets for the Nov. 6 event start at $125 and can be purchased at NationalMuseumofMexicanArt.org/DayoftheDeadBall. Guests must be at least 21 years old to attend this event. The doors open at 6 p.m.
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