Thousands of people walked in or watched a nearly 2-mile procession on Tucson's west side on Sunday, remembering and celebrating the lives of lost loved ones.
The 32nd annual All Souls Procession on Sunday, Nov. 7 was expected to attract nearly 150,000 people. Last year, the event went virtual due to the pandemic. The All Souls Procession is hosted by Many Mouths One Stomach.
The event began in 1990 with Tucson artist Susan Johnson hoping to find a way to honor her late father.
Below are 28 beautiful photos of the All Souls Procession, photographed by two talented Arizona Daily Star photographers.