Living Dead March on Avenida Reforma
By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF
Nearly 10,000 Mexican families attended the Day of the Dead parade in Mexico City on Sunday, Oct. 31.
The celebration of life and death parade, which included an upbeat procession of costumed marchers and alebrijes floats down Mexico City’s Avenida Reforma, constituted the first large event in the capital since the onset of the covid-19 pandemic 20 months ago.
With more than 1,000 participants dressed as ghouls, goblins and skeletons, the 8.7-kilometer route began in the central plaza Zócalo at noon and ended in the Campo Marte near the Auditorium at about 5 p.m.