Three years later, the zombies return to Mexico

Downtown Mexico City was paralyzed on Saturday by thousands of people who took part in the 15th edition of the popular zombie march. The great return of the event organized after a three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Attendees struggled to walk like the dead, drenched in fake blood and wearing torn clothes and masks. Mexico’s first Zombie Walk took place in 2007, four years after the first-ever Zombie Walk, designated in Toronto on October 26, 2003.

And since it was the 15th anniversary of the parade, the organizers chose as their theme the traditional celebration of the 15th anniversary of the Quinceañera, the traditional 15th anniversary, which symbolically marks the entry into adulthood. They also asked walkers to bring food to donate to the Global FoodBanking Network.


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