Oaxaca de Juarez.- it was through TIC Tocthat user @yamirock shared a video of how the Key Parade Day of the Dead in Melbourne, AustraliaOn 23 October, in which the traditional clothing of different regions of Oaxaca appeared.
“We dressed up as Katrina in downtown Melbourne to show the Day of the Dead culture,” he said.
Although this was the first time a Mexican festival was held in Melbourne, it was the Day of the Dead in Brisbane, Australia, in 2015.
on that occasion Latin American Community of the State of Queensland (CALA-QLD) organized a festival on Russell Street in the West End suburb.
On TikTok, @yamirock reported a week ago: “We were about 20 Mexicans who took to the streets as Katrina and dressed in typical Mexican attire.”
The participants on both the occasions wore the traditional clothes of Jalisco, Chiapas, Oaxaca and Yucatano,
“This is the first walk and parade to be held in Melbourne about the Day of the Dead, the idea was to arouse people’s curiosity and boy, did we do it so that we could explain how beautiful this Mexican tradition is and many, many Also take pictures”, indicated the woman, who has been living in that country for two months.
@yamirock We went out to Australia to showcase our beautiful tradition with typical costumes from Jalisco, Chiapas, Oaxaca, Yucatan. Nice to see foreigners interested in learning more about the date. The first of many parades. #dayofthedead #diademuertos #diadelosmuertos #mexico #australia #mexicanosenaustralia #latinosenaustralia #viviendoenelextranjero #melbourne #parati #fyp La Bruja – Tlen Huicani & Lino Chavez