As is the tradition on November 2 will be the alley through the streets of downtown Mazatlan. The route of the alley in Mazatlan this year will begin at the Municipal Palace at 8:30 pm. This year the theme is called “The Resurrection of artists”
Thousands participate in the traditional event alluding to the day of the dead
Hundreds of Mazatlecos, Canadian Americans, nationals … And others enjoyed a more alley through various streets of the Historic Center; some narrow, others wider but still and so, did not give the width to support the bulk of human flesh that walked through its ancient pavements.
It is the night of the celebration of the dead.
During the tour, you can see altars in the houses along the streets of the route, admire the disguises of catrinas, the dances that are performed, listen to the band or follow the cars that distribute beer to the attendees.
Route of the Callejoneada in Mazatlan
The route of the callejoneada will be on Ángel Flores Street, turn on Carnaval Street, when you come to Plazuela Machado, you will continue on Constitucion Street, you will continue until Venus Street, you will turn on Sixto Osuna Street, continue on the street Venustiano Carranza, to turn left in Romanita de la Peña to Belisario Domínguez, from there to the corner of La Panamá to turn right where the alley ends.
We share the map of the route
Show at the Angela Peralta Theater for the day of the dead.
Prior to the beginning of the alley, the Macario Movie will be shown at the Teatro Peralta at 6:00 p.m. and at approximately 8:00 p.m. there will be a tour of the exhibition and altars inside the theater to the artists. that are commemorated.
Tickets to enter the theater are distributed on November 1 at the box office. Tickets have no cost
The Mazatlan Post
- Ecology must clarify if it gave authorization for the pruning of trees in Mazatlan’s historic center
- Sinaloa is within the five best states to invest in Mexico
- Amigos de los Animales the superheroes of vulnerable cats and dogs; volunteers needed
- A Pulmonia that has refreshed Mazatlecos for more than 60 years