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Experience Dia de los Muertos, with rituals and prayer to dance and theatrics, all catered by authentic Mexican favourites Wahaca. 

The Vaults are collaboarting with Mexican foodies Wahaca to bring you theatrics, festival and a whole lotta spirits. Rember your loved-ones-lost by celebrating life. 



2nd & 3rd November 2017

7pm - 2am


4th November 2017

Family Day from 1pm - 5pm

7pm - 2am



Super Early Bird: £15

Early Bird: £20

General Admission: £25

Family Day Adults / Kids Aged 3+: £15 / £10

Kids under 3 enter Free

Prices exclude Booking fee


 Nab yourself some tasty treats at The Leake Street Food Market

2nd - 5th November: 6pm - 10pm

4th November: 1pm - 4pm Family Day


Book online, by phone or in person at V3, 100 Lower Marsh. SE1


Fancy dress is not compulsory but encouraged, and

momentos of your lost loved ones are welcome



Entrance to Wahaca's Day of the Dead

is via our Leake Street entrance


For access requirements, please call 0207 401 9603



Inspired by the traditional Día de los Muertos celebrated across Mexico, our festival will encompass different aspects of Day of The Dead - from rituals and prayer to dance and theatrics, plus yummy stuff from authentic Mexican foodies Wahaca - all brought together in our underground tunnels.


There will be live music, Mexican performers and art, and hands on experiences for revellers to enjoy. The festival’s labyrinth of tunnels will play host to a Mayan jungle and a re-creation of the Cemetery Panteon General in Oaxaca, with performances of poetry and songs where guests will be encouraged to pay their respects to the loved ones they’ve lost. Understand your soul by exploring your Mayan reincarnation, or if you're brave enough visit La Llorona for a fortune.


And once you're ready to celebrate those gone by with your best dancing shoes, music will be curated by Movimientos, with DJs playing late into the night. 

Thursday live: Voodoo Love Orchestra Camo Clave

DJs OSCILLADOR BASS (Mexico D.F), CAL JADER (Movimientos) & OSCAR ARROYO (Mexico - LDN)

Friday live: Voodoo Love OrchestraFamily Atlantica

DJs ISA GT (Colombia - Berlin), GYPSY BOX (Mexico - BCN) & LUU SIERRA (Pachamama)

Saturday live: Voodoo Love OrchestraSonido Gallo Negro

DJs GYPSY BOX (Mexico - BCN), CAL JADER (Movimientos) & PANTHER PANTHER (Mexico - Bristol)



Marnu Den Linden


Javier Calderon

Mandinga Arts
Sonido Gallo Negro
Voodoo Love Orchestra
Big Fish Little Fish
Shotgun Carousel
Marc Craig
Morning Gloryville
Canela Fina
Darling & Edge
Camo Clave
Familia Atlantica

Luzmira Zerpa


The creative director of Shotgun Carousel, Laura Drake Chambers and choreographer Rachel Ní Bhraonáin, bring an immersive experience to this year’s Festival of the Dead. The Resurrection Room, explores the emotional imprints left behind  in our lives by loved ones when they have gone. It asks it’s audience, how do you celebrate and mourn those you loved and lost, and how do their memories live on in small, daily resurrections.




You can also come along with your little ones to enjoy arts, crafts and Mexican movies at Wahaca's Family Day on Saturday 4th November 1pm - 5pm. There'll ve storytelling by Canela Fina, performance by Mandinga Arts, amazing DJ and dancefloor fun by Big Fish Little Fish & hands-on workshops.




For those who prefer a different kind of party, Wahaca have teamed up with international sensations Morning Gloryville who will be putting on a Day of the Dead-themed morning rave on Saturday 4th November kicking off at 7am. Find out more about it HERE




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