Day of the Dead Parade CDMX 2023: schedule, route and how to watch the live broadcast


On Saturday, November 4, the Great Day of the Dead Parade will be held in CDMX: we tell you the route, schedule and how to see it live.

The Great Day of the Dead Parade will be held in Mexico City next Saturday, November 4, 2023. Multiple contingents and even guest artists will participate in the event who will liven up the capital’s Zócalo with music.

Date, time and route of the Day of the Dead Parade

The Ministry of Culture of Mexico City confirmed that the Day of the Dead Parade will take place on Saturday, November 4, 2023; It will start at 2:00 p.m. (Central Mexico time),

Your route will begin at the Puerta de los Leones of the Bosque de Chapultepec, located on Paseo de la Reforma. Participants will also be able to visit and take photos at the Monumental Offering dedicated to Francisco Villa.

The Day of the Dead Parade will start in Chapultepec Forest, then it will advance along the entire Paseo de la Reforma avenue, then the dancers and floats will turn onto Juárez Avenue, until they reach the Lázaro Cárdenas Eje Central, to head to the Zócalo capital, place where the event will conclude.

How to watch the Day of the Dead Parade live broadcast?

If for some reason it will be impossible for you to attend the Great Day of the Dead Parade in Mexico City, here we tell you that you will be able to watch it 100% live through television or your favorite technological devices, whenever the Government of the City of Mexico will broadcast the event on its official social media accounts.

And if your thing is to watch it on television, there will also be an option, since the Capital 21 channel will also cover the great event that will culminate the Day of the Dead activities in the country’s capital.

When did the Day of the Dead Parade start in CDMX?

The first edition of the Great Day of the Dead Parade emerged in 2016, with the purpose of promoting Mexican traditions and bringing them closer to tourism, showing how Mexican families celebrate death and remember their loved ones every year.

Since then, there have been seven editions in which every November there is a tour with floats, citizens dressed as catrines or catrinas, it is enlivened with music and sometimes artists and celebrities join in to continue the celebration.

Source: AS