The 25th Annual South Valley Day of the Dead Marigold Parade
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA – Originating in Mexico, the Day of the Dead means something different for all those who celebrate it in modern times. For some, it’s a time to celebrate those who have passed, adorning themselves in makeup, representing skeletons and other postmortem displays. Classic cars and local Latinos and townspeople will be parading what it means to them.
In the Albuquerque South Valley, the Day of the Dead Parade has been celebrated for almost a quarter century.
This year, make the trip, it’s a good time for families and friends to join the celebration.
The parade starts at 2 pm, at the Bernalillo Sheriff”s Substation at Centro Familiar and Isleta.
Location: Barelas/South Valley
Centro Familiar and Isleta, Albuquerque, NM
For more information, call 505-433-5899