Day of the Dead San Francisco is a community event that has been happening for over 30 years. There are many organizations and people that contribute to the richness of this event, The Mission really comes together in a beautiful way. Please connect to our community links page to see other participating organizations!
The annual procession, November 2nd at 7:00 PM at 24th & Bryant, in the Mission District of San Francisco. The procession ends in Garfield Park at the Festival of Altars 8:30 PM at 26th & Harrison.
Please bring flowers, candles, and remembrances of your loved ones for our community altar.
This event is FREE and open to the public, wheel chair accessible.
Day of the Dead signifies tenacity, rejuvenation; that which cannot be uprooted forever.
MALLINALI days are for persevering against all odds and for creating alliances that will survive the test of time. It is a good day for those who are suppressed, a bad day for their suppressors.