Day of Dead parade hits downtown El Paso

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Day of Dead parade hits downtown El Paso

Attendees dress with traditional Mexican clothing and paint their face as catrinas to celebrate the Day of the Dead on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

Attendees dress with traditional Mexican clothing and paint their face as catrinas to celebrate the Day of the Dead on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

Gaby Velasquez

Attendees dress with traditional Mexican clothing and paint their face as catrinas to celebrate the Day of the Dead on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

Gaby Velasquez

Gaby Velasquez

Attendees dress with traditional Mexican clothing and paint their face as catrinas to celebrate the Day of the Dead on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

Gaby Velasquez, Photo Editor

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El Pasoans gathered on Saturday, Nov. 3 in Downtown El Paso to celebrate the Day of the Dead. Some of community dressed in traditional Mexican clothing and painted their faces, as catrinas for the first annual Noche de Calaveras Parade hosted by the El Paso Museum of Art. The celebration also featured various performances, as well as mask and headpiece decoration, a printmaking and a photography workshop inside the museum.

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  • Different dance groups from El Paso participate in the first annual Day of the Dead parade on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

  • Attendees dress with traditional Mexican clothings and paint their face as catrinas to celebrate the Day of the Dead on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

  • Attendees dress with traditional Mexican clothings and paint their face as catrinas to celebrate the Day of the Dead on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

  • Attendees dress with traditional Mexican clothings and paint their face as catrinas to celebrate the Day of the Dead on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

  • Attendees dress with traditional Mexican clothing and paint their face as catrinas to celebrate the Day of the Dead on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

  • El Pasoans gather on Saturday Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso to celebrate the Day of the Dead.

  • Attendees dress with traditional Mexican clothings and paint their face as catrinas to celebrate the Day of the Dead on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

  • Attendees dress in traditional Mexican clothing and paint their face as catrinas to celebrate the Day of the Dead on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

  • Attendees dress with traditional Mexican clothing and paint their face as catrinas to celebrate the Day of the Dead on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

  • Marionettes by the artist collective from Mexico City, Colectivo Ultima Hora are featured in the first annual Noche de Calaveras Parade hosted by the El Paso Museum of Art.

  • Attendees dress with traditional Mexican clothings and paint their face as catrinas to celebrate the Day of the Dead on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

  • Different dance groups from El Paso participate in the first annual Day of the Dead parade on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

  • Attendees dress with traditional Mexican clothings and paint their face as catrinas to celebrate the Day of the Dead on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

  • Marionettes by the artist collective from Mexico City, Colectivo Ultima Hora are featured in the first annual Noche de Calaveras Parade hosted by the El Paso Museum of Art.

  • Mariachis plays their instruments as they walk through the parade.

  • El Pasoans gather on Saturday Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso to celebrate the Day of the Dead.

  • Marionettes by the artist collective from Mexico City, Colectivo Ultima Hora are featured in the first annual Noche de Calaveras Parade hosted by the El Paso Museum of Art.

  • El Paso Museum of Art made an altar for José Guadalupe Posada whose prints are being exhibited at the museum.

  • El Pasoans gather on Saturday Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso to celebrate the Day of the Dead.

  • The Society of Woman Engineers paint kids faces at the first annual Noche de Calaveras Parade hosted by the El Paso Museum of Art.

  • Attendees dress with traditional Mexican clothings and paint their face as catrinas to celebrate the Day of the Dead on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

  • Attendees dress with traditional Mexican clothings and paint their face as catrinas to celebrate the Day of the Dead on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

  • Attendees dress with traditional Mexican clothings and paint their face as catrinas to celebrate the Day of the Dead on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

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