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things to do in miami this november include a day of the dead festival

After Halloween don't be so quick to put your mask down; keep it handy for the first sustainable festival coming to Miami. If you're looking for things to do in Miami this November, Raise the Dead Music Festival is the first sustainable festival fusing wellness, visual arts and culinary experiences taking place by the Wynwood Cemetery.

This will be a 12-hour in honor of mother earth. The festival is aiming to ban all plastic waste while guests explore over 30 different spaces and installations made out of completely recycled materials.

Raise the Dead will also include wellness activations with sound vibration meditations, CBD refreshments, yoga classes by Equinox trainers and a lineup of more than a dozen artists curated by Electric Pickle. 

This will be a fully immersive experience where you will find characters wearing skeleton masks and interacting with you through theatrical performances.

In honor of the cycle of life, the festival will commit to picking up the waste around nearby hotels in Miami Beach to create art installations.

The festival will feature a full program with activities to enjoy such as a Wellness Dome complete with yoga, Reiki and sound bowl healing, chakra light energy and messages from your spirit guide.

In addition, you can enjoy the House of Death featuring a 15,000 labyrinth-style haunted house. There will be costume competitions, tarot card readers, an outdoor movie theatre and more.

This Mexican-themed festival will raise the question of the meaning of life. Though there will be Mexican inspired rituals, this will be an interactive experience for those wanting to honor the dead and life cycle. It will be a soul-awakening journey like no other. For more information about the festival click here.

Raise the Dead Music Festival

When: Saturday, November 2nd

Price: Ticket prices start at $20

Address: 1700 NE 2nd Ave

Why you need to go: This music festival will be sustainable with the most amazing art installations and wellness activities.


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