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Things to do in Sydney

From October 29th 2018 to November 4th 2018, both Sydney and Melbourne will transform into the Aztec country with art exhibitions, live installations, music, entertainment, traditional foods and the uncompromising quality of Patrón Tequila.

Dubbed as the ultimate Day Of The Dead extravaganza set to hit Sydney and Melbourne, the week of festivities heralds the arrival of the Mexican Dia de los Muertos. With 9 events over 6 hotspots, there is literally something for everyone.

Think a magnitude of colour with skulls, magnificent blooms and monarch butterflies, the scent of the Marigold will transpire. Introducing a new reservoir of characters and creations, Tatler & Flamingo Lounge (Potts Point), The Junction (Bondi), BRKLYN (Manly), Bar Patron (Sydney CBD) , Glass Merchants (Melbourne) will transmute to breath-taking settings filled with carnival pageantry, altars and art installations, mariachi bands, Aztec traditional dancers and beautiful decorative art & costumes.

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