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Dia de Los Muertos: The “Day of the Dead”

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Dia de Los Muertos (translated to “Day of the Dead”) is a multi-day Mexican celebration of their deceased friends and relatives spiritual journey after life. The celebration runs from October 31 – November 2.

A celebration? Celebrating the dead sounds pretty morbid, right? Not all true!

People of Mexican heritage look at it as a way to enjoy the spirits of their loved ones who have passed for a few days of festivities. 

 

So where could you find some events celebrating Dia de Los Muertos around Indianapolis? 

  • El Rodeo in Carmel and Red Habaneros in Fishers will have drink specials all weekend
  • Bojak’s Bar & Grill in Franklin is having a Day of the Dead Party on November 2nd at 8pm
  • Si Greene’s Pub on 10th Street in Indianapolis is celebrating October 26th at 8pm
  • Cholita Tacos in Broad Ripple is hosting a 2 day costume and tent party on November 1st & 2nd with DJs all day and night

 

Don’t miss out this Dia de los Muertos! And Modelo wants to hook you up with some Dia de los Muertos Modelo prize packs! All you have to do is enter the contest below for your chance to win!

MODELO: Our culture is the cornerstone of Casa Modelo. In 1925, Modelo started brewing beer for the hard-working people of Mexico and continues to do so in the United States. From traditional customs to modern celebrations, we’ve been holding true to our roots and brewing beer for those who believe in better.

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