Mondavi Center Presents
Dos Corazones: Día De Muertos
Honor the traditions of Día de Muertos with Lila Downs, one of the most influential and representative artists of Mexican music in Latin America.
Known for the importance she gives to issues such as social justice within her music, Downs has lent her voice to various activism issues, mainly regarding issues related to the indigenous population in Latin America; giving a voice to migrants and indigenous people. A singular and powerful voice, both as a singer and an activist, Downs bridges traditions from across the Americas, with influences ranging from folk and ranchera music from Mexico and South America, to North American folk, jazz, blues and hip hop.
Run time: 1hr and 30min with no intermission.
The Nancy and Hank Fisher Family Fund
Día de los Muertos
Bring copies of photos of loved ones to place on the altar, and offerings of their favorite items.
9am-3pm and during performances
Yoche Dehe Grand Lobby
Created in partnership with the Latino Center for Art & Culture