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Fiestas, festivales, días festivos

Fiestas y festivales – fiestas tradicionales para honrar eventos religiosos.

Listados de festividades, festivales y días festivos tradicionales para honrar eventos religiosos en Los Cabos, México.

DateSpanish NameEnglish NameDescription - Details - Remarks
January 6El Día de los Reyes MagosThree Kings Day or
Feast of Epiphany
The Epiphany, or Three Kings Day, celebrates the New Testament story of the three wise men who brought gifts to baby Jesus. On this day, children are given gifts, and people buy a traditional bread known as rosca de reyes.
January 15 to 17Todos Santos Music Festival 1st WeekendTodos Santos Music Festival First WeekendWeekend One (January 15nd, 16th & 17th. The fourth annual Todos Santos Music Festival, a seven-day music event benefiting local charities.
January 17Dia de San Antonio de AbadFeast Day of San Antonio de AbadThe blessing of the animals is the most famous element of this day, which is the only day animals are allowed into Catholic churches. Animals are adorned in ribbons and bows, and priests bless them.
January 21 to 24Todos Santos Music Festival 2nd WeekendTodos Santos Music Festival 2nd WeekendWeekend Two (January 21st, 22nd, 23rd & 24th. The fourth annual Todos Santos Music Festival, a seven-day music event benefiting local charities.
February 2Día de la Candelaria or Dia de CandlemasDay of the Candles or Candlemas DayCandlemas is a church festival that commemorates the Presentation of Jesus Christ in the temple and the purification of the Virgin Mary. It fuses Catholic influences and indigenous Mexican traditions.
February 12
to 17
Festival de Carnaval La PazLa Paz Carnaval FestivalThe festival of Carnaval (Carnival) is celebrated as a last indulgence of carnal pleasures that Catholics must give up for 40 days of fasting during Lent, from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday. The correct spelling is Carnaval.
February 14Día de San ValentínValentine's Day
Saint Valentine's Day
In Mexico, Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate romantic relationships — and friendships.
February 18 2015Miércoles de CenizaAsh WednesdayAsh Wednesday is the first day of Lent. Priests mark churchgoers’ foreheads with ashes in form of a cross to symbolize forgiveness. A moveable feast day as early as February 4 and as late as March 10.
February 21-28Festival del Arte de Todos SantosTodos Santos Art FestivalA week-long celebration of Mexican culture that typically features live music, dance and theatre performances, painting & drawing exhibitions, lectures on local environmental & social issues, piano and poetry recitals & lots more.
February 22ndDía Nacional del MargaritasNational Margarita DayNational Margarita Day is observed on February 22nd each year.
March 12 to 22Festival de Cine de Todos SantosTodos Santos Film FestivalThe 11th edition of the Todos Santos Film Festival is underway! Deadline for sending films for consideration was December 31, 2014.
March 14 to 19Festival de San José del CaboFestival of San José del Cabo (St. Joseph)This festival is in honor of San Jose del Cabo's patron saint, San José (St. Joseph). This 11-day (this needs to be confirmed) festival culminates on March 19 every year. Beginning with evening parties and music on the 8th of March, the festival increases with carnivals and parades on weekends.
March 14LIGA MAC 10th Festival de Jazz AnualLIGA MAC 10th Annual JazzFest6 pm to 11 pm - Hilton Los Cabos "On the Beach", San Jose del Cabo
Featuring / Presentando a Mavis Staples - Chicago
March 15Tour a la Casa Histórica de Todos Santos.Todos Santos Historic House Tour10:00am – 2:00pm - Citizens of our Pueblo Magico invite visitors to tour their historic homes. Proceeds from the tour support The Palapa Society’s building fund.
March 20 to 22Fred Duckett, Torneo de Golf, En Beneficio a "The Los Cabos Children’s Foundation"Fred Duckett Challenge Golf Tournament, in benefit of The Los Cabos Children’s FoundationThe 2014 Fred Duckett Challenge Golf Tournament in benefit of The Los Cabos Children’s Foundation, to took place on March 20-22 at the Querencia and Palmilla courses.
November 1Día de Todos los SantosAll Saints' DayHonors dead relatives and friends (who were less than 18 years of age and unmarried) with candles, food and flower offerings, altars, and pre-Columbian and Christian rituals. It is not a state holiday.
November 2Días de los MuertosDay of the deadHonors dead relatives and friends (who were more than 18 years of age or married) with candles, food and flower offerings, altars, and pre-Columbian and Christian rituals. It is not a state holiday.
December 12Día de la Virgen GuadalupeDay of the Virgin of GuadalupeCelebrates the day that Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared on Tepeyac hill to the native San Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin. It is not a state holiday.
December 24Noche BuenaChristmas EveCelebrates the eve of the nativity of Jesus, as both a secular and religious winter holiday. The traditional treats for this holiday are buñuelos, tamales and atole or champurrado. Sometimes they eat gelatina de colores (different flavors of Jell-O and a milk-based Jell-O mixed together to make a colorful treat) Las Posadas are celebrated nine days before Nochebuena, usually accompanied by a piñata party for children and dance music for adults.
December 28Dia de los Santos InocentesDay of the InnocentsOn this day, people pull practical jokes on each other. It is equivalent to the U.S. version of April Fools' Day (April 1). People must not believe anything that other people say nor let them borrow any amount of money. If any person has fallen victim of the joke, the person pulling the joke will say ¡Inocente palomita...!, literally meaning 'Innocent little dove..!!!' (equivalent to saying April Fools!).

Días festivos y celebraciones en Mexico

Información general y detalles sobre cada tipo de feriado o día de observancia. Calendario de celebraciones, eventos, festivales, festividades, feriados estatutarios, feriados cívicos y celebraciones en México.

Días festivos legales y cívicos 

Los días festivos estatutarios y cívicos se conocen como (conocidos en México como «feriados» o «días de asueto»). Algunos ejemplos son Año Nuevo, Día de la Constitución Mexicana, Cumpleaños de Benito Juárez, Día del Trabajo de México, Día de la Independencia de México, Cambio de Gobierno Federal en México y Navidad. ‎

Fiestas y festivales – fiestas tradicionales en honor a los eventos religiosos– Esta página

Listado de festividades, festivales y días festivos tradicionales para honrar eventos religiosos en Los Cabos, México. Los ejemplos incluyen La Epifanía, o el Día de los Reyes Magos, la Fiesta de San Antonio de Abad, el Día de las Velas o el Día de la Candelaria, el Día de San Valentín, el Día de San Valentín, el Miércoles de Ceniza, la Fiesta de San José del Cabo (San José), el Día de la muertos, Día de la Virgen de Guadalupe, y otros.

Fiestas culturales – días de importancia cultural y días conmemorativos

Ejemplos son el Día de la Madre (Día de los Madres), Día Mundial de la Cruz Roja, Día de la Fundación de la Capital de BCS, La Paz, La muerte de Porfirio Díaz, El Día en que Baja California Sur fue declarada Estado Libre y Soberano, La reunión de Moctezuma II y Hernán Cortés, y otros eventos importantes para México y el mundo.

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