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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Preparations are underway for this weekend's Dia de los Muertos celebrations.

The All Souls Procession has evolved into one of Tucson's favorite cultural extravaganzas with thousands of people taking part.

It's filled with great costumes, colorful floats, bands, and much more, and it's all happening this Sunday in downtown Tucson.

The procession has a different route from last year: It starts on 6th Avenue, north of the underpass and south of 6th Street. It also hits Alameda and Congress before ending at Mercado San Agustin.

The map is attached.

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