Día de Muertos: Navajo: Naabeehó - Libertine Halloween Party
Día de Muertos - Navajo: Naabeehó - Libertine Halloween Party
Team NAVAJO Mexican Halloween
Saturday 2nd November
Libertine, Bar and Restaurant
37 Drake St,
Auckland, October 25th 2013 - The Mexicans first used the term Apachu de Nabajo in the 1620s to refer to the people of the Navajo.
The Navajo had been about for almost two thousand years prior to then but Navajo thought the Mexicans were funny so the name stuck.
Dia De Muertos is a Mexican tradition to celebrate the death of their ancestors, ritual ceremonies and honoring the deceased by eating sugar skulls, marigolds, and other favorite foods and beverages of the departed.
Personally N^V^JO ain't to keen on the marigolds but In order to honor the dearly departed Libertine are going provide face painting, skulls, prizes and most importantly ......dead cheap foods & drinks.
Navajo are also keen to honour our little Mexican chums by creating a rowdy atmosphere, accompanied by the best beats you never heard before and even better beats you most likely have.........
"Navajo don't weave dream catchers, they play beats" Owen Bryson, 2012 (Co-Founder N^V^JO, his bedroom Eden Terrace.)