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 November 2

by Carolina

With an environment surrounded by marigold flowers, skulls and much joy, the traditional Parade of Day of the Dead in Mexico City on October 31. The party, which honors death, also had the presence of some famous people. Who gathered at the capital’s Zócalo and reached the Marte Military Camp?

Previously, the CDMX Secretary of Culture had announced the participation of five national artists, who entertained the event with live music, thus marking the return of mass activities after the pandemic. Of course, during the tour a heartfelt tribute was paid to the victims of the coronavirus COVID-19.

The tour of all the floats lasted half an hour. Throughout the celebration you could see from birds to monarch butterflies, a figure of Frida Kahlo and another of Pedro Infante as well, brightening the streets of the city to celebrate the Mexican holiday. What famous people were present at the Parade of Day of the Dead?

The actress and singer Regina Orozco was at the opening of the event, where she performed the popular song “La Llorona” to start the tour. Along with her, the CDMX government secretary, Martí Batres Guadarrama; Miguel Torruco Marques, head of the Secretary of Tourism and Vanesa Bohorquez, Secretary of Culture of the Government of Mexico.

During the first segment of the parade, dedicated to Tenochtitlán, Heart of Mexico, the actor Jesús Ochoa and Kalimba, former member of OV7, were present, who, riding on a float, performed the popular “Amorcito Corazón”, written by Pedro Infante. Previously, the folkloric ballet of the Mexican Army was presented.

Singer-songwriter Yahir also participated in the parade. Some of the songs that the 42-year-old singer performed were “México Distrito Federal”, by Chava Flores; “Chilanga Banda”, by Café Tacuba and “Mi Ciudad” by Guadalupe Pineda.

The singer and dancer María León headed the Magic and Tradition segment. Dressed in a marigold flower, the star performed songs like “La Llorona” and “Cielito Lindo”.

Laura León could not be oblivious to the celebration. The popular ‘little treasure’ headed the Celebrando la Vida segment, with which she closed the event. Dressed in Mexican pink, she traveled 8.7 kilometers in one of the seven floats.

As part of this year’s celebrations, a tribute was held to those who have died as a result of the pandemic.

In different states of Mexico, different tributes were made to Mexican artists that marked a milestone in culture; among them Tin-Tan, Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Kaliman, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz and José José.

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