Saturday Oct. 31st, 2015 12pm - 10pm

Mariachi Espiritu
A form of folk music from Mexico, Mariachi Espiritu will engage the crowds with its traditional dress and varied instruments. Bringing the Mariachi musical style to Glendale.


Ballet Folkorico Espiritu
Founded in 2010, Ballet Folklorico Espiritu is formed by children of different ages and are passionate about teaching others about Mexican cultural roots through dance and music. Their dances vary and are performed to the rhythm of traditional Mexican music.


Miguel Melgoza
Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, singer-songwriter, drummer and percussionist Miguel Melgoza began playing music professionally after moving to Phoenix, AZ. It was there that Miguel co-founded the latin trio Cascabel and found success writing songs for nationally syndicated TV programs including The Shield and CSI Miami. Over the following years he would tour, record, teach and form the funk, rock, latin, groove project known as Sol Trak Union. In addition to promoting his new self-titled solo album and writing new music you can catch Miguel on tour playing congas with the Latin Rock Band El Chicano.


Andy Gonzalez
Music has led Andy Gonzalez to many interesting places in his life. Gonzalez sings, writes songs, and plays bass and guitar. He has played on the same stage with Los Lobos, Tito Puente, Jr., War and Selena. Andy will bring his energy and passion for music, performing a wide range of multi-cultural pieces for all to enjoy.


Powerdrive Band
Power Drive, a 10 member group will fill the stage with its talent and cater to your rhythmic nature playing all of your favorite Salsa cumbia mixes, Old School and Rancheras


Trunk or Treat
In observance of Halloween, we are excited about the event's trunk-or-treat activity, providing a safe and festive environment for your children to enjoy the Halloween tradition of receiving candy. Please have your children dress in their best costume and be prepared to be overwhelmed with the treats that Halloween brings.


Movie Screening
On Saturday evening, the Golden Globe nominated "The Book of Life" will be shown. You will enjoy the story of a museum tour guide named Mary Beth, who takes a group of children on a tour of Mexican folk myths and legends. She tells them the story of the Mexican town of San Angel from the Book of Life, which holds every story in the world.

The spirits La Muerte, ruler of the Land of the Remembered, and Xibalba, ruler of the Land of the Forgotten, set a wager at San Angel's Day of the Dead festival after seeing two boys, Manolo and Joaquìn, competing over a girl named Marìa.

Don't miss this great story, which is rich in Mexican traditions.


Sunday Nov. 1st, 2015 12pm - 8pm

Mariachi Espiritu
A form of folk music from Mexico, Mariachi Espiritu will engage the crowds with its traditional dress and varied instruments. Bringing the Mariachi musical style to Glendale.


Ballet Folkorico Espiritu
Founded in 2010, Ballet Folklorico Espiritu is formed by children of different ages and are passionate about teaching others about Mexican cultural roots through dance and music. Their dances vary and are performed to the rhythm of traditional Mexican music.


Soul Persuasion
Formed in 2006, SOUL PERSUASION is sure to ignite the crowd, playing R&B, Old School, Latin, Top 40 pop, Funk, Classic Rock, & Country

In Collaboration with

Glendale, AZ Convention & Visitors Bureau

Dia de Los Muertos


Saturday, October 31st
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday, November 1st
12:00pm - 8:00pm

In Historic Downtown Glendale
(Murphy Park, 58th Ave & Glendale)