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Our 2014 Day of the Dead festival kicks off

Partying in Brixton, a trip to Mexico and deadly good cocktails.

Day of the Dead, arguably the world’s most uplifting celebration is the perfect excuse to celebrate life, and remember those who aren’t around to party with us anymore. Here’s what we’ve got planned…

 

Win a trip to Mexico to celebrate Day of the Dead 2015 courtesy of Intrepid Travel

Always on the hunt for more rousing ways to celebrate this amazing festival, we’re sending 2 of you to join the revelry in Mexico City. Enter here.

 

Party like a Mexican at Day of the Dead Futuro in Brixton

Join us for the culmination of this Brixton weekender on Saturday 1st November, where together with Movimientos and Celluloid Circus, we’ll play host to cutting-edge live acts, performers and top DJs, as well as a Wahaca and Altos tequila bar, and free tacos from our brand new taco truck. Find out more and grab your ticket quick from here.

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Get down to your local Wahaca to soak up the fun

With 1 and a half kilometres of hand cut papel picado, 2000 day of the dead tattoos, facepainting, a 2 meter tall skull-studded Macaroon sculpture and even a skull-bombed chilli chocolate or two, Day of the Dead is really coming to life round at ours.

On Saturday 1st, we have free face painters on hand all evening in all of our restaurants, to give anyone who fancies the real Day of the Dead look. Don’t forget your tats…

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And to drink? Reincarnated as a cocktail, our bartenders will be shaking up a brand new Pomegranate Mezcalita that’s a perfectly balanced mix of smoky mezcal, fresh orange and bursting pomegranate seeds, designed especially for the season, it’ll breathe new life into any night out.

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