Hey Everyone. We are very proud to be bringing back Viva La Vida Santa Ana for 2017. We are about a month out from this very special event and want to share some photos our friends from Suavecito Pomade took at the 2016 event. Continue reading Check Out Pictures from Viva La Vida 2016!
Viva La Vida 2017 – Sigue La Lucha! will be held Saturday October 21, 2017 in beautiful downtown Santa Ana. Stay tuned and follow us on Instagram and Facebook to get the latest Viva La Vida news!
By Modesto Briseno
Viva la Vida Santa Ana is almost ready to go for 2016. We have been working hard and doing the best we can to bring you some of the best vendors, food, arts, and entertainment Southern California has to offer. Continue reading Music & Entertainment at Viva La Vida!
Hi there! My name is Jessica and I coordinate the altars at the Santa Ana Dia de los Muertos Festival, Viva La Vida. Since 2009, my husband and I have participated as altar builders in other local day of the dead celebrations creating altars for our loved ones who have departed. Continue reading Dia de los Muertos – A celebration of amor eterno
Viva La Vida Santa Ana is gearing up for it’s second annual Dia de los Muertos festival, returning to the Santa Ana Train Station on October 22nd. Continue reading Fundraiser at The Frida Cinema!
Viva La Vida 2015 was phenomenal. And it couldn’t have happened without you! Check out this short clip of last years highlights! Make sure you share this video and our new 2016 event with your friends and family.
Stay posted to our website for more updates leading up to the festival on October 22nd 2016!
Viva La Vida sponsor and supporter, Suavecito Pomade, will be in attendance with special deals for attendees on their grooming products, merchandise and apparel. Visit the Suavecito crew at their booth for more information on exclusive offers, take pictures with the Suavecito mascot, and learn how to get a haircut on the “Hairstream”.
In addition to viewing beautifully created altars, attendees will be able to buy local artwork from vendors while being entertained by cultural performances and live music. As our cultural awareness continues to grow through art and traditions; Viva La Vida takes us to a time when friends, family, and communities came together to celebrate life with all of our senses.
Viva La Vida is a free, family friendly festival. Participants in past events have dedicated altars to their parents, siblings, and friends as well as present causes such as soldiers who have died in war, women who have made an impact in history, and people who have died of illnesses such as AIDS, cancer, or diabetes.