To the rhythm of Banda, Mazatlán leaves its mark at CDMX Day of the Dead parade

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Participate with an allegorical car that represents a municipal pantheon; band music was the icing on the cake

MEXICO CITY.- With the joy and beauty of its queens, the Mazatlan International Carnival once again left its mark on the international Day of the Dead parade “Celebrating Life” that took place in Mexico City, which was attended by around 3 million people along 12 kilometers in the most representative streets of the Historic Center, Bellas Artes and Paseo de la Reforma.

They paraded in the allegorical car of Mazatlán that represents a municipal pantheon and the band music produced by Kreatos, Libia Gavica, Brianda Lizárraga, Paco Vazga and the image of “Metamorphosis Myths and Legends of Mexico” represented by Yamilé Zaaráin.

Photos: Cotesía Municipal Institute of Culture, Tourism and Art of Mazatlán

And as always, the cherry on the cake of the allegorical car of Mazatlán was the music of the Sinaloan band, since the people did not stop clapping, dancing and singing the songs that were performed on the tour, among them “El Sinaloense”, “El Corrido de Mazatlán ”and of course“ Los Papaquis ”.

29 push-able cars, 17 alebrijes, 35 dancers and acrobats, and 10 floats, including the one from Mazatlán, participated in the International Day of the Dead parade in Mexico City.

Source: punto.mx

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