THE LOCOS PARADE

This San Miguel de Allende event is celebrated in homage to San Pascual Bailón by the gardeners who were characterized with masks, hats and very colorful objects to thank for the good harvests. Its name as such comes from the fact that there are a number of "crazy" who go out to parade through the streets of San Miguel de Allende without caring what others will say, because in the end no one knows...

HOLY WEEK

Holy Week in San Miguel de Allende has different religious rites from Friday of Sorrows, Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Saturday of Glory and Resurrection Sunday.

CANDELARIA DAY

Candelaria Day (Candlemas Day) is celebrated exactly 40 days after Christmas, that is, February 2nd, and it is because, on that day, the Virgin was purified after the birth of the child God and brought candles to the Church so that they were blessed. This was the original celebration, however, at the time of the Viceroyalty it arrived in Mexico and Candlemas Day coincided with the sowing season that began...

THREE KINGS DAY

The origin of the ¨Rosca de Reyes¨ is a tradition that had its beginnings in the Middle Ages (14th century) in European countries such as France and Spain that shortly after, arrived in Mexico during the conquest.

POSADAS

"Posadas" are a Christmas tradition in Mexico, and San Miguel de Allende is not the exemption.

INTERNATIONAL JAZZ & BLUES FESTIVAL

The San Miguel de Allende International Jazz & Blues Festival is considered one of the most outstanding Festivals and the greatest event of its kind in Mexico and one of the most important in Latin America.

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