The 44th Doo Dah Parade was held in Pasadena on the 19th. About a hundred parade teams took to the streets and performed a variety of fun and traditional performances. Uncontrolled creativity overwhelmed people. Thousands of people stood on the street at the scene to admire the performance and they were all very happy.
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The Trick-or-Treat Parade, which began in 1978, is a stark contrast to Pasadena’s famous Rose Parade.StrangeThe costumes and humorous and satirical performances add a unique cultural flavor to the city. Organizers announced, “The most important thing about the Trick-or-Treat Parade is that not a single rose will be harmed during the event!”
There’s a Trick or Treat Parade this yearpandemicThis is the first physical event since then with the highest number of participating teams. This year’s parade brings together more than 90 special performance teams, including modified cars, alternative rock bands, fun performers, role-playing, magical dance groups, mad inventors and other themed floats and displays. The parade started at 11 am and lasted for about four hours. There was a crowd of people on both sides of the road. Many people also brought their own tables, chairs and food. The entire family, young and old, celebrated the picnic and had a lot of fun.
Apart from watching the parade performance, the most enjoyable part for the spectators was undoubtedly the “cake throwing fight”. This unique event has always been the highlight of the Trick-or-Treat Parade. As the parade moved down the street, they would throwMexicoThe audience couldn’t wait to fight, picked up the pie and threw it back with force. You came and I fought, and the “fight” was fierce.
Unlike previous years, this year’s parade rarely featured costumes and displays related to political issues. The tools and demonstrations that were commonly used in the past to impeach the president, fight against racism, and advocate for human rights have almost been eliminated. Travis, an audience member who has participated in several trick-or-treat parades, said that people may become tired of political topics in which it is difficult to distinguish between true and false, and that creating their happiness through imagination is more meaningful. Is.