The annual Burning of Will Shuster’s Zozobra is the celebration Santa Fe anticipates each year. This year, as the spectacle returns to its more traditional, family-centered roots, santafesinos excited about watching the big guy catch fire need to be aware of changes in the evening.
Much-publicized, of course, is the decision by the sponsoring Kiwanis Club to set ticket prices at $10. Whether you bought the tickets online or at a financial institution or plan to pay on Thursday night at the gate, the price is $10. It’s free for children under age 10, too. Zozobra will be affordable, even for larger families. Considering that the ceremonial burning of a marionette charged with dispelling the city’s gloom has long been a family favorite, the ticket-price reduction is most welcome.
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