The Mazatlan Carnival and even the Sunday parade will be held, as long as the city remains in green light. The city is already prepared for the realization of the great events and the next one will be the Expo Canaco Mazatlan.

Normally 10 to 20 thousand people come to Mazatlan every week, it is like a public event, and it is more difficult to control, but the control is good. In a closed place, it is possible to separate the spaces, take care of the use of masks, to avoid that. However, if there is an increase of contagions, at that moment decisions would be made about the Carnival, since the health of the public would not be put at risk.

Mazatlan Carnival 2020 closed with record attendance

In economic and attendance matters, a record was broken in the Mazatlan Carnival 2020, as the number of attendees, compared to last year with 1.3 million, increased by 18.75%, totaling 1.6 million people. At the coronation of the King of Joy, in the Sister Cities Park, with the presentation of Remmy Valenzuela, there was an attendance of 20 thousand people. At the coronation of the Queen of the Floral Games, at the Teodoro Mariscal Stadium, with the concert by Pepe Aguilar and his daughter Ángela, 24 thousand people attended.

There were 28 thousand people who attended the presentation of Yuri and Carlos Rivera at the coronation of the Queen of the Carnival. Finally, the coronation of the Children's Queen, with the performance of J. Balvin, was attended by more than 30 thousand people; while the concert of Los Recoditos was attended by 25 thousand people. On Sunday, the first Carnival Parade was attended by 680 thousand people, while the second one reduced the attendance by 50%, with 340 thousand people. On the other hand, in Olas Altas, there was an influx of 1,344,600 people.

In the Naval Combat, the first show of drones was given in Mexico and the third worldwide, after China and the United States, with 150 units flying in the Mazatleca bay. "The closing of the Carnival (of Mazatlan) was very good, with benefits for hoteliers, restaurants, and commerce," celebrated the Secretary of Tourism of Sinaloa, Oscar Perez Barros.