1.- Day of the Dead Parade
Mexico City will light up the streets with the Day of the Dead Parade. The city will make a parade inspired by the style of the one in "Spectre:007". It will take place the 29th of october at 2pm. You can't miss it!
The parade will start at the Ángel of independence and will follow through Reforma, Av. Juárez, Tacuba, Bolívar, 5 de Mayo and will end at the Zócalo.
The parade will be divided between three themes: the first one will be about prehispanic times, the second one will represent the colonial times and the last one will be about the great legacy of the mexican illustrator, José Guadalupe Posada and the theme will be catrinas (famous mexican skulls and skeletons).
Go back to prehispanic times and live the Day of the Dead just as the ancient inhabitants of Teotihuacan did. This masive event will have all sorts of attractions like the lighting of candles, freeing of butterflies, choreography of catrinas (mexican skeletons), sky lanterns, hot air baloon rides and many other things.
Where? Center of Teotihuacan
When? From the 29th of octobre to the 2nd of november from 10am to 10pm