Clown Day in Mexico
Clown Day in Mexico is held on December 10. This event in the first decade of the month December is annual. Help us
Clown Day is an event to highlight funny clowns that make us laugh and smile, and it is celebrated each year in various countries. In Mexico, Clowns taken to the streets during a parade to mark International Day of the Clown in the city of Guadalajara, and Jalisco on December 10th.
There are great figures in this art in Mexico, among whom Sepillin and Brozo stand out, who, despite their different styles, managed to succeed in each of their fields.
December 10 marks International Clown Day, colorful and enthusiastic characters whose origins date back to Asia, approximately 4,000 years ago. The so-called clown trade, perhaps had, as its first example, the jester Yusze, who, in addition to amusing the emperor, had the privilege of mocking him, although with tact and caution, since his life depended on it. Asian clowns had a license to amuse their Chinese rulers.
Within the ephemeris that arise every year in Mexico, in 2012 December 10 was instituted as "Day of the Clown", from that moment to date dozens of people who carry out this trade take to the streets to enjoy their celebration. The art of making people laugh, because this job has its joke and is not as easy as it seems, the spontaneity of each person, emphasizing that clown work is a serious matter, because they must have knowledge in various activities such as balloon twisting, makeup, being at the forefront around costumes, acting and even music.
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