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Saturday, November 1

Dia De Los Muertos USA

Rancho Las Flores Park

48350 Van Buren St, Coachella, 0

3:00pm to 11:00pm

RODRI presents the first annual Dia De Los Muertos USA – Coachella, a 4,000 year old Aztec tradition comes to the desert at Rancho Las Flores Park. Honor the Dead Celebrate the Living™.

Top talent will entertain each day, Saturday’s line-up includes Conjunto Primavera, Banda Machos, Noel Torres, Rieleros del Norte, Trio Ellas, Mariachi Los Reyes and Mi Tierra Ballet Folklorico. Sundays entertainment includes Los Tucanes de Tijuana, La Santa Cecilia, Angeles Ochoa, Vilma y La Sonora, MARIACHI USA featuring Mariachi Campanas de America, Mariachi Reyna de los Angeles, Mariachi Los Reyes, Mariachi Tierra Querida, Trio Ellas and Mi Tierra Ballet Folklorico.

We invite you to dress as your favorite spirit for the Puro Huesos parade, also bring laminated photos of departed loved ones to be placed on our community altar.

This two day festival will showcase exquisite art, music, altars, artisans, food and more.

Presented by Luz Entertainment and City of Coachella. Sponsored by United Airlines, Palm Springs Life, Telemundo, La Poderosa, Estrella TV, Que Buena, La Rancherita and La Rockola.

Visit: www.DiaDeLosMuertosUSA.com for additional information.

Add and follow us for chances to win special prizes.

Facebook.com/DiaDeLosMuertosUSA
Twitter: @DayofTheDeadUSA
Instagram: DiaDeLosMuertosUSA

Sponsorship and Vendor Opportunities: [email protected]

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Watson Adventures’ Murder at the Getty Scavenger Hunt

Getty Center

1200 Getty Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90049

4:30pm

Join Watson Adventures on a unique murder mystery scavenger hunt!

A murdered curator has left behind a cryptic trail of clues connected with secrets in works at the Getty Center in Los Angeles. As your team gathers answers about the art, you'll piece together a sordid tale revolving around a planned purchase of a rare painting by Leonardo da Vinci. You’ll have to crack a secret code in order to solve this murder. Advance purchase is required. Questions? Call 877-9GO-HUNT.

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Harbor Breeze's Boo Cruise

Harbor Breeze Cruises

100 aquarium way dock# 2, long beach, 90802

8:00pm to 11:00pm

Join Us on Harbor Breeze’s Boo Cruise!!
Saturday November 1, 2014 Costumes Encouraged!!
Boarding @ 8:00pm - Returning to dock @ approximately 11:00pm
Address: DOCK #2 at 100 Aquarium Way, Long Beach - 90802 - (Adjacent to the Long Beach Aquarium)

 Our vessel will be slithering along the spooky waters of the Long Beach Harbor
 Enjoy complimentary appetizers and a FULL Cash Bar
 The DJ will be spinning your favorite tunes
 21 and OVER (we will check,thank you)
Pre-sale tickets available now!! $40 per person to purchase tickets and for more information please call - 562.983.6880 or email: [email protected]

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The JOSHUA WHITE Trio +1 at THE WORLD STAGE : Nov 1, 2014

The World Stage Art, Education & Performance Gallery

4344 Degnan Blvd, Los Angeles, 90008

8:30pm to 11:00pm

"The JOSHUA WHITE Trio +1 at THE WORLD STAGE : Nov 1, 2014"

Nov 1, 2014 | $10 | Sets at 8:30 pm & 10 pm

JOSHUA WHITE (piano)
HAMILTON PRICE (bass)
DAN SCHNELLE (drums)
GAVIN TEMPLETON (alto sax / bass clarinet)

WORLD STAGE
4344 Degnan Blvd,
Los Angeles, CA 90008

http://www.theworldstage.org/

"The World Stage is an educational and performance arts gallery in Leimert Park Village, the heart of LA’s African American cultural community. The Stage, as it is affectionately called, was founded in 1989 by the late world renowned master jazz drummer Billy Higgins and by poet and community arts activist Kamau Daáood in an attempt to fill a cultural void that existed in the Los Angeles community. Initially formed as a loose collective of artists and arts supporters, The World Stage has grown to assume a pioneering and pivotal role in the flowering of an arts movement in Leimert Park that has been hailed as the black cultural mecca by the Los Angeles Times."

JW | http://joshuawhitemusic.com/

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Sunday, November 2

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