Southeast Asia's Largest Day Of The Dead Celebration Returns
Here's a sneak peek of some of the artists and musicians you can expect this year.
To commemorate iconic Mexican artist Frida Kahlo's 110th birth anniversary, there will be an altar installation and art exhibition inspired by her work. This piece, titled The Frame, is created by Singaporean designer and artist Alicia Wee, who's known for her bubble wrap paintings.
This portrait, "Frida, Black and White with Colors", is by Mexican artist Saydeé Yanez Cruz, who moved to Singapore in 2006 and started painting Mexican motifs and icons here to remind herself of her roots.
This piece, titled 37 Years of Showing and Hiding the Heart, is by Mexican artist Bettsy Garcia Montijo, whose work is inspired by nature, social issues, children's imagination and Mexican culture.
From Mexico, EsaMiPau (listed by Vice as one of the top 50 females in electronic music) and DJ Maxx Gallo will be spinning, and Singapore's DJ K will be helping to get the party going as well with some Latin American dance music. For more traditional tunes, don't miss the debut of Ireson Latin Band and the Mexican Folkloric Ballet at Dia de Muertos Singapore.