Seattle Center Festál: presents Dia de Muertos Festival Seattle, streaming at noon Sunday with traditional dances, pre-Columbian music and a lecture by archeologist Lorena Medina, who will offer reflection and perspective on the 500th anniversary of the fall of Tenochtitlan, known today as Mexico City. The live stream also features a demonstration of champurrado, a traditional hot chocolate from the state of Oaxaca. The public may access the content at The festival will also have an in-person event, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday – Nov. 7, at Fisher Pavilion, with a traditional sand painting and personal altar displays created by members of the presenting community, including a monumental altar in Michoacan style.