post-title First Nautical Parade For The Day of The Dead in Mexico.


First Nautical Parade For The Day of The Dead in Mexico.

First Nautical Parade For The Day of The Dead in Mexico.

First Nautical Parade For The Day of The Dead in Mexico.

This October 28th, Guillermo Rivelino, general director of nautical festivals in Mexico, hold a conference announcing the first nautical parade for the day of the dead in Cabo San Lucas, the parade titled “Altars for the dead”, will be the conclusion of the festivities that will be taking place through the first and 2nd of November, accompanied by decorations for the festivity in La Marina and the bay area. So far 36 altars and 20 ships have confirmed their participation in this event, looking to capture the diversity of traditions and cultures that surround this festivity.

On the first day of the celebration, a cultural event will take place close to the monument to the Marlin, located at the back of the Pabellón Cultural de a República, counting with the contribution of indigenous groups. On the second day, the activities will be held at the esplanade of the Puerto Paraiso Mall. The altars for the Day of the Dead will be distributed in six different sectors across La Marina.

The parade will begin at 6 pm, expecting to regroup at 7 pm in front of the 3 Letras Hotel and start its parade through the bay finishing around 8 pm.

The idea behind this event is to strengthen our traditions and share them with the world, so everyone, tourists and locals alike, are invited to take part in the festivities. During these two days, health measurements will be put in place to continue Los Cabo’s fight again the pandemic.

 

 

Information via Tribuna de Los Cabos



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