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January-February  

Annual Fur Ball and an evening of Wine and Chocolate: fundraiser events for free spay and neuter clinics for local pets..great food, fun, dancing and music!

Arte Festival  Feb 3-9:  A fantastic week of folk dancing, theater, music, poetry and Baja history.

Reggae Festival: Come and check out the hottest reggae in Baja! Music, fun, dancing and performances in the true spirit of reggae.

Start of gray whale season:  A special group of gray whales travel the longest migration of any animal, over 12, 000 miles to enjoy the Pacific coast of Baja.





March-April

Annual Film Festival:  Normally, the first week of March, hosted in the Theatro Manuel Márquez de León, come to enjoy the best of modern and vintage Latino films.

Historic Homes Tour, Home and Garden Tour:  Tours of some of the selected and vintage homes to benefit local charities and educational support for the local community.

Semana Santa:  One of the most important holidays in Mexico, beginning with Palm Sunday and ending with Easter Sunday, many businesses take the following week off as well.



May-June

Dia de las Madres: Flowers abound for the Day of the Mothers! Traditionally on the Friday before the Sunday it is customarily celebrated in the US.

Circus de Baja: Listen to the loudspeaker atop the car announcing “Come on come all, the “Big Top”, Baja style circus is in town!”

Cinco de Mayo: Commonly mistaken for traditional Independence Day, this is a federal holiday to commemorate the initial victory by Mexican forces over the French invasion in 1862.  Dancing, celebrating and cuisine often are shared in the town plaza on this day in May!



July-August


July 15-Oct 15:  Kick off of HURRICANE SEASON!!! Yeah, come witness the fantastic transformation of Baja in monsoon madness mode of lush green accented with fluorescent brights of bugs and butterflies! You’ll have the whole town to yourself!  (Personally, my favorite time of year …feel free to edit Erik, I think the heat is getting to me!)



September-October

“El Grito”:  This is the night in 1810 when Padre Hidalgo cried out in the night for to fight for liberty and thus commenced the Mexican War that lasted 10 years!

16 de Septiembre: The real Mexican Independence Day. Celebrating Mexico’s independence from Spanish rule with parades, dancing, parties and fireworks! Most everyone get’s started on Friday and finishes on Monday.  

Turtle nesting season begins: Please don’t drive on the beaches! This is one of the last pesticide free nesting ranges in the world for Caray, Leatherback, and Olive Ridley sea turtles.

23 de Octubre: Commemorates the first anniversary of Todos Santos being named the first Pueblo Magico in Baja, Mexico!

Patron Saint Festival: Todos Santos, meaning “all saints” honors the patron saint of the pueblo, Nuestra Señora del Pilar with live music, dancing, food and fun!

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