Mexico Kicks Off Week of Celebrations for Day of the Dead

In honor of one of Mexico’s oldest traditions, the municipality of Aguascalientes invites residents and visitors to a free family event.

Flowers, traditional clothing, bread of the dead and skulls are beginning to appear in shop windows as Mexico prepares for the Day of the Dead celebrations in San Marcos Island, Aguascalientes.

From Oct. 27 to Nov. 5, the 23rd Festival of Skulls will draw thousands of participants for theatrical performances, live music, art exhibitions and roller coasters, among a host of activities.

In honor of one of Mexico’s oldest traditions, the municipality of Aguascalientes invites its residents and visitors to a free family event which includes over 70 activities, the State Tourism Secretary Irma Eugenia Medrano Parada said.

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