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As part of celebrations marking the Day of the Dead in Mexico, Xcaret Park has prepared a program full of traditions with the flavor, color and feeling of the south, with delightful cuisine and altars of the Maya zone of Quintana Roo, featuring the music of Mrs. Eugenia Leon to open the festival with her concert, “Puño de Tierra,” and enjoying the Youth Symphony Orchestra, “Daniel Ayala Pérez,” with the world premiere of the play, “The Dance of Souls.” Still on the theatrical level, Ignacio Lopez Tarso will delight audiences with his unique performance in the play, “Macario, Godson of Death.” The festival also will feature craft shows, exhibitions, dance, art, accents and conference space for children with the children’s wing, “Vivitos y Coleando” (“alive and kicking”). You will find this and more on the 4th at the Traditional Festival of the Day of the Dead at Xcaret Park, Mexico.


One Response to “Xcaret Park celebrates the Mexican Life & Dead Traditions Fest”

  1. Chris

    I have personally vieitsd Puerto Vallarta twice. It was a blast. However I would like to visit Cancun since everybody talks about it. Few people that i have spoken with say that Puerto Vallarta is better than Cancun. Would someone that vieitsd both beaches tell me which beach is better as far as clubs and night life. I know for a fact that the water in cancun is beautiful.


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