Next, a traditional ofrenda, a display altar dedicated to those who passed away due to the COVID-19 pandemic:
And, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday-Sunday, there will be a tianguis, an open-air market, on Center Plaza. Featured artisans include La Contenta, La Newyorkina, La Providencia, South Philly Barbacoa, Casa Dragones, and more. Tequila Casa Dragones will have a special area in the tianguis to showcase their commitment to Mexican craftsmanship. Here, the public can learn about the art of sipping tequilas, and also personalize their own Casa Dragones Joven bottles with calligraphy in honor of Day of the Dead.
Hosted by the Consulate General of Mexico through its Cultural Institute in collaboration with Rockefeller Center and in partnership with Tequila Casa Dragones, INTERprotección, The State of Oaxaca and Visit Mexico, the celebration will take place throughout Rockefeller Plaza Friday, October 22 through Tuesday, November 2.