Festivals List In Mexico Continued

.tags As we were discussed how Mexican guys use to celebrate festival over time periods. There are many minors and majors festival throughout year. People like to enjoy sharing their feelings and feel good to be part of festivals even festival has great value or not. They like to enjoy life and known for its better life style.

We have covered January month with all its festivals. It is my responsibility to remind you again so that new visitors could get some idea about past topic. In January, we have New Year eve, International bird watching and Jose Maria Mercado Day. In February, we have covered San Blas day with beautiful fireworks and Constitution day, immediately following San Blas Day. In fact from the last week of January thru the first week of February is a Bridge Holiday with events almost every day.

We could continue now further:


Mardi Gras It is events of carnival celebrations, beginning on or after Epiphany and ending on the day before ash Wednesday. Mardi Gras is a festival of celebration before the Lent season, which consists of the 40 days leading up to Easter Sunday. Costumes and masks, which date back over a century, are an integral part of the celebration. Many of the masks are used to show affiliation with a Krewe, such as the Krewe of Rex and Krewe of Zulu, which are special Mardi Gras clubs and hosts. Says eHow.

Valentine Day As usual, it is celebrate around the world among lovers. People celebrate with common ways around world, having dinner, dance in plaza, proposing to lovers.

Flag Day Da de la Bandera (“Flag Day”) is a national holiday in Mexico. Flag Day is celebrated every year on February 24 since its implementation in 1937.
Mexico does not have any big festivals in March month of year. During falls, it is quiet month.