Festivals in Mexico City [2023]

Unlike what the name of this festival actually states, the Mexican festival Day of the Dead, or Día de Muertos is a celebration of life!

Día de Muertos

Dia de la Independencia

Dia de la Independencia is the day that the entire country celebrates the start of Mexico’s war of independence.

A spectacular vision of art, dance, and music, the annual celebrations of Guelaguetza are a wonderful cultural experience, especially for tourists.

Guelaguetza Festival

Día de la Virgen de Guadalupe

As the legend goes, Virgin Mary appeared in front of Juan Diego, one of the most loved patron saints of Mexico.

Carnival in Veracruz & Mazatlán

A famous fest of Brazil, carnival is often associated with that country. However, set out to the coastal towns of Mexico, and a vibrant parade will welcome you.

Semana Santa

One week of celebration before Easter, most commonly known as the Holy Week, Semana Santa is a fun filled festival.

Traditional songs sung by adults, as well as children, and a procession of children with lit candles are the main activities that are enjoyed during this season.

Las Posadas

It is celebrated on the 5th of May, which marks the date of victory of Mexico over France in the Battle of Puebla.

Cinco de Mayo

A unique mixture of religion, as well as contemporary music, the Son Jarocho Music Festival is one of the most exciting events happening in Mexico.

Son Jarocho Music Festival

Strewn across the city are more than 50 venues where performing art like dance, music, opera, as well as the theatre is showcased.

Festival de México

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