All Souls Night

All Souls Night

Saturday, November 9th from 5PM – 9PM

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Duluth’s annual fall multicultural evening festival of interactive arts observing grief and the change of season with displays, ceremony, spectacle, funeral march, and fire. We are about honoring our ancestors, feeling our losses, naming societal ills (rotten ideas) that need to die, imagining and manifesting a better world. An incredible lineup of performers as usual, hope to see you there!!! ♥ Please join our page for year-round observance and fun.

2019 DASN celebrates eleven years and twelve events! Always pay-as-able, suggested $10 to support the many costs not covered by ARAC grant funds. Please park in either nearby ramp and not on the streets. Oasis del Norte food truck will offer Mexican food for sale and a cash bar is available. Let us know if you would like to volunteer or offer any in kind donations – such as meals and housing for our out of town performers.

Related events:
Sunday Nov 3rd Great Hall Display/ Altar Set-up starting at noon
Displays are available for viewing Nov. 4 – 9
Friday Nov. 8th 7-9 p.m. Word Underground (Poetry)
Sunday Nov. 10th cleanup 10 a.m.-noon

Nov. 9th
5:00 Great Hall Displays accompanied by Richie Townsend, joined by Bella Yaga 5:30
Train Museum: short tarot readings available w/ Dr. Crow Jon, Roadraven Bohemian Tarot & Bone and others, face painting
6:00 Great Hall welcome/ceremony, Jillian Forte
(w/ Minneapolis folk) Bella Yaga ritual music and spectacle, introducing Daniel Polnau as Strombolli
7:00 Funeral March for Rotten Ideas around Downtown Library with Duluth’s own brass band, Thomas Boys Back Home
and Barebones stilters/puppeteers
Spiral Dance and reading/burning of society fails
7:30 Spin Collective Fire Dancers and drumming
Renan Cruz model Guatemalan kite burning
8:00 Great Hall afterparty raising Maximus, giant skeleton marionette created by artists Chris Lutter, Mary Plaster and friends with more tunes by Thomas Boys Back Home

 

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