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Day of the Dead Celebrations Come to Sydney

A long celebrated tradition in Mexico comes to Sydney this October in a mysterious, debauchery filled event like no other!

Calling all underground, Mexican, and bizarre festival fanatics! Day of the Dead Warehouse Project 3.1, the newest, most killer festival to hit Australia this year, has drawn inspiration from Burning Man, Sleep No More (NYC), and Midsummer Night’s Dream (Russia) festivals to bring something completely new Down Under.

 

“Day of the Dead Warehouse Project 3.1 is an experiential event like no other. Prepare to be transported to an intoxicating world of contagious music, live art, extravagant costumes and a whole lot of debauchery.” – Day of the Dead Media Release, July 19th 2015

Be prepared to sip Tequila Herradura, slurp on Jimador cocktails, and froth over cervezas whilst eating tacos and dancing the night away.

 

Filled with ancient Mexican traditions, interactive exhibitions, pop-up food stalls, an underground DJ duo from Behind and much, much more, you will not want to miss this!

This insanely wicked event will be taking place in top secret venues in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane this October.

 

Due to Huge Demand, a new and final ticket sale for Day of the Dead Australia will be on Sat 26th Sep at 12:30pm (mark the date, these will sell out!)

Get your tickets here

 

Day of the Dead Australian Series:

Sydney – October 24th

Melbourne – October 31st

Brisbane – November 7th

Location: Secret warehouse locations announced one day before the event

Time: 2pm-1am

Dress Code: “Day of the Dead chic”

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