Tag: Nemcatacoa Teatro


Many Mouths One Stomach presents
November 8-9, 2014 – Tucson, AZ
Contact: Paul Weir   520-272-9041  info@allsoulsprocession.org
Join the pilgrimage to Tucson, AZ this November for the culmination of a quarter century of this most unique, annual public ceremony. Over 100,000 participants will converge on downtown Tucson for one of the peak spiritual events in the country, perhaps on the planet. This free, all-ages festival is an all-inclusive, living dedication to the memory of all those who have passed, both in the previous year and in years past. This year’s finale will involve the work of several hundred performers and volunteers at the end of a massive, human-powered procession. Celebrations and events of all kinds take over the Tucson cityscape to create this one of a kind event; the weekend is filled with activities both public and private to compliment this authentic, public ceremony.
Highlights include:
The Procession of Little Angels: Join over 6000 children and their families in a dedication, workshop and parade event on Saturday November 8, 2 pm till dusk in Armory Park –
Night of the Living Fest: All Souls Procession official pre-party on November 8, with Mike WattNight Collectors, Prom Body, Black Ginger, Treasure Mammal, Whoops! and more
The Procession and Main Event: Sunday November 9, we gather at 4 pm and depart on the 2 mile route at 6 pm; full costumes, face and body paint, floats large and small, and musicians and performers of all kinds form a remarkable human flow through downtown Tucson. The procession culminates in a massive finale celebration with performances by Flam Chen, Odaiko Sonora and many more at the Mercado San Agustin!
Dance of the Dead: The official after party at Rialto Theatre, Sunday November 9, after the procession and finale. This years show features the fabulous Itchy-O Marching Band (Denver), Dry River Yacht Club (Phoenix) and Desert Soul Marching Band (Tucson). Doors open at 8 pm
VIDEO of the 2013 Finale Celebration featuring A Tribe Called Red, The Carpetbag Brigade, Nemcatacoa Teatro, Flam Chen and many more