Thousands gather on the Mazatlán boardwalk on the Saturday night of Holy Week

Monday 1 April, 2024
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The Malecón of Mazatlán once again became a dance floor and wind music from Sinaloa on the night of Holy Saturday and early morning of this Easter Sunday in the middle of Holy Week.

Thousands of tourists and locals, many of them with families, enjoyed this musical performance like never before, which has already become a tradition during this holiday period.

”El Sinaloense”, “El Muchacho Alegre”, “El Corrido de Mazatlán”, “El Toro Mambo”, “Tecateando”, “Palillos Chinos”, “El Niño Perdido”, “El Son de los Aguacates”, “La Yaquesita” ”, “El Olotito”, “La Cuichi”, “Mi Gusto Es”, “Cinco de Chicle”, “El Bandolero” and “La Abeja Reina”, among many other songs were heard for a couple of kilometers in the coastal promenade of Mazatlán.

For the third day, it was necessary for the authorities to close road traffic on Avenida del Mar, from Rafael Buelna to Insurgentes, for the safety of the people.

The Sinaloan bands were no more than 15 meters apart from each other and in all of them the people danced and sang at the top of their lungs.

Tourists from Monterrey, Culiacán, Los Mochis, Tijuana, México City, Durango, Chihuahua, Rosario, Escuinapa, Concordia, Navolato, Guadalajara, Guanajuato, San Luis Potosí, Puebla, Veracruz, Tamaulipas, Hermosillo, Guaymas, Colima, Reynosa, California, Denver, North Carolina, Florida and from Venezuela, enjoyed a Sinaloan evening.

The Mazatlans and tourists behaved up to the task and everything went smoothly.

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Source: from Noroeste Mazatlán on 2024-03-31 09:14:21

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