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Start Date:
Mon, 25 Nov, 2019Annually, starting Nov 25, 2019
Orange Walk Annual Tacos Fest Anyone from Belize would tell you that the best tacos in Belize are in Orange Walk. Each year, crowds gather to Orange Walk Town in Northern Belize to ... moreexperience this tasty festival. This food festival showcases a wide variety of tacos styles and tastes. Usually held at the Banquitas House of Culture in Orange Walk Town, the abundance in tacos are accompanied by local drinks, cultural presentations and live performances by local artists.
2019 Orange Walk Tacos Fest Details for the 2019 Orange Walk Tacos Fest are yet to be announced.
Why should you attend the 2019 Orange Walk Tacos Fest? Who doesn’t want to go to a festival for tacos? Each year, more and more people travel to Northern Belize to get their tummies filled with delicious tacos. Be there this year and savor all the different styles and flavors of tacos!
Start Date:
Sat, 14 Dec, 2019Annually, starting Dec 14, 2019
Placencia BTIA Mistletoe Ball The annual Mistletoe Ball is organized by the Placencia Chapter of the Belize Tourism Industry Association (BTIA). It is usually hosted at one of Placencia’s ... moreresorts at the end of each year in December. Entering the holiday season, this event is most anticipated by locals and visitors. Attendees put on their most glamorous and spiffy outfits to enjoy a night of great food, music, dancing, and raffles throughout the night. It is the most glamorous holiday party on the Placencia Plenninsula!
2019 Placencia BTIA Mistletoe Ball Details for the 2019 Placencia BTIA Mistletoe Ball are yet to be announced.
Why should you attend the 2019 Placencia BTIA Mistletoe Ball? End your 2019 with a bang! The Placencia Mistletoe Ball will sure be a fun and enjoyable event to bring in the holiday spirit with performances from Shuga City Band & Dj Boneyfide.
Start Date:
Wed, 1 Jan, 2020Annually
Krem Radio Annual New Year's Cycling Classic Krem Radio Annual New Year's Cycling Classic started in 1992 and has become a New Year's Day tradition in Belize. Happening every Janauary ... more1, this race marks the very first cycling race on the cycling calendar in Belize. 
2019 Krem Radio 29th Annual New Year's Cycling Classic
The 2019 Krem Radio Cycling Classic will take place along the Philip Goldson Highway.
Start Date:
Sun, 23 Feb, 2020Annually, starting Feb 23, 2020
El Carnaval de San Pedro was San Pedro’s most important folklore celebration, one of the biggest carnivals in the Belize. The carnival has traditions that date back to the 19th century. ... moreSome of the best-known carnival traditions, including parades and masquerade balls, were first recorded in medieval Italy, where the carnival of Venice was the most famous. From Italy, the custom spread to Spain, Portugal, and France and, through colonization, to the Caribbean, Latin America and parts of North America. The carnival of Cádiz, Spain, even now one of the best known, was particularly influential in shaping the traditions that would later predominate in San Pedro. When the Spanish conquered Mexico and established the cities of Merida, Vallodolid and Bacalar, they brought carnival traditions with them. As the Caste War (Guerra de las Castas) spread throughout the Yucatán, those traditions travelled south with the Maya, Mestizo and Caucasian refugees who settled on Ambergris Caye and elsewhere in Belize.

The Carnaval customs of San Pedro resemble and appear derived from those of Cádiz. Even now, the people of Cádiz are known for their humour. While celebrations elsewhere featured the glamorous or scandalous, those in Cádiz were traditionally infused with playfulness, off-beat but imaginative costumes, clever word plays, and even sharp social and political criticism disguised as comedy. Face painting substituted for masks, and the city became famous for its comedic street singing groups, comparsas.

Read about it here: https://www.sanpedroscoop.com/2019/01/2019-carnaval-carnival-san-pedro-belize-paint.html
Start Date:
Sun, 8 Mar, 2020Annually
La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge The conception of the competition started back in 1998 as local business owner and investor, Richard Harrison, was thinking of a way to promote ... morea new brand of bottled water in Belize – VIDA Purified Water. Through this, Mr. Harrison was able to compose a committee for the event along with additional sponsors. Although the initial purpose was commercial, it was later advocated towards raising awareness about Belize’s environment and the history of the Belize River.

Since then, the La Ruta Maya River Challenge has been a popular annual event in households and to an international scale. It is the longest canoe race in Central America. Travelers from all over the world come to Belize in the first week of March to witness or participate in this prestigious competition.

The La Ruta Maya festivities start in San Ignacio Town with live bands, mini competitions, foods and other entertainment. It is a must-see event while in Belize as amateur and professional paddlers paddle their way in high endurance for a chance to win coveted prizes!
2019 La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge Be a part of the tradition! The 22st Annual La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge is coming your way! Starting from the Hawksworth Bridge in San Ignacio on March 8th and ending at the Belcan Bridge in Belize City on March 11th. Be there and experience the invigorating atmosphere as paddlers from all over the world navigate through 175 miles of Belize's magnificent rivers. This high endurance journey is more than just a race, it is a tradition!
Why should you attend the 2019 La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge?

Happening only once a year, this competition is highly anticipated by both locals and visitors around the world. Exuding with excitement, the buzz around this weekend-long event is always a positive drive for paddlers to perform their best.
Start Date:
Mon, 16 Mar, 2020Annually
Live Well Cayo Festival San Ignacio and the greater Cayo District is quickly adapting to the growing demand of eco-friendly and health conscious travel trends. To that end, the Belize ... moreTourism Industry Association Cayo Chapter would like to extend an invitation to you or your organisation to be a part of the first ever, Live Well Cayo Festival.

The aim of the event is to promote individuals and businesses engaged in wellness, eco-friendly, healthy living, dietary, traditional and holistic practices.
Start Date:
Mon, 23 Mar, 2020Annually
Marco Gonzalez Spring Equinox Come out and experience the Mayan culture like never before! The Marco Gonzalez Archaeological Reserve was occupied from 100BC to approximately late 1400AC. ... moreWhat was thought to be a free standing island those thousands of years ago is now surrounded by mangrove marsh and has lost some of its mass due to sea rise of over 2.5 feet. Marco is one of over 20 Maya sites on Ambergris Caye, the home to the Coastal Maya Traders. Marco has been found to be the biggest of these sites. It sits in a forested environment with a trove of artifacts everywhere you look. Of course during the 500 years of abandonment, these items are in fragments, but a brief review at the office before your tour will help to identify items such as shells for jewelry, chert (stone) pieces still sharp for cutting, pottery shards (pieces) of jars and plates and much more. A self-guided tour is done by following the blue ribbons along the 7.5 acres of the reserve. Look, take pictures, hold them – LEAVE all behind. There are NO temples on Ambergris Caye or Marco; however, archaeologists have identified 50 mounds of former home sites – many are identified with our informational signs. Along the trails you may encounter some of the critters and birds which inhabit the site. The hermit crabs are particularly fun. And you may get a threatening stare from the many black stripped iguana. They’re scurry off soon enough.
2019 Marco Gonzalez Spring Equinox The Spring Equinox Event will be held on Sunday, March 24, 2019, at 10:00 a.m., where guests can enjoy a day of celebration of the start of all things new. This is also the only fundraising event held by the Belizean Non-Profit Organization, which manages the site. Cost of admission is $20BZ/$10US.

Activities will include the return of K’iche Maya Elder Martin Choc, 89 years old, to officiate the Blessing. He is joined by his grandson Jose who is Grandfather’s interpreter because Mr. Choc only speaks his native language and Spanish! Anyone who is celebrating a birthday, wedding, anniversary or special occasion is invited to the inner circle as the ceremony takes place. 

The ceremony is followed by the Masaewal Maya dancers from Yo Creek in their native costumes. You will be able to enjoy a table of artifacts on display from the San Pedro House of Culture as well as stop by Belize Chocolate Co.’s table for a demonstration of how Cacao goes from pod to bean to product. Maya music will be in the background while you enjoy food, beer and soft drinks or shop Maya items brought from the Toledo village of San Marcos. On hand will be representatives from Belize Institute of Archaeology to give tours of the site and answer your question of Maya occupation of the island.
Why should you attend the 2019 Marco Gonzalex Spring Equinox? This is a great opportunity to learn about the great Maya Civilization that once occupied the island of Ambergris Caye. There will be booths selling food and drinks and also booths from the San Pedro House of Culture and Belize Chocolate Co. to demonstrate the chocolate-making process. If you are planning on attending, please note the following: The site is 5 ½ miles from downtown San Pedro. The road may be bumpy due to late rains; allow 45 minutes to drive to the southern end of the island. After paying your entrance fee, the site is located ¼ mile – a 10/15 minute walk – inland via a boardwalk. After reaching the “high ground” of the site there is another 6 minute walk to the Main Plaza for the venue. The site is in the mangrove marsh; we control the mosquitoes as much as possible, but bring bug repellent and dress appropriately. Usually Spring is very comfortable on site. Admission, food and beverages require money; bring cash. No electricity for credit cards! Also note, very young children may get too curious with our critters! Under 5 years old not recommended.

Come enjoy a Maya immersion without leaving Ambergris Caye!
Start Date:
Mon, 20 Apr, 2020Annually
Annual Cross Country Cycling Race in Belize Initiated in 1928, the Cross Country Cycling Race has evolved into a symbolic and traditional aspect of Belize. In the early days of 1928, ... morecurious and enthusiastic Belizeans took it upon themselves to travel west of the country on their bikes through bumpy, unpaved, dirt roads. From this expedition to San Ignacio Town, the famous annual Cross Country Cycling Race was born after the first award was given to the fastest racer. Approximately ninety years later, it has been one of the biggest and anticipated cycling races of the year by spectators and cyclists.

Every year, experienced and amateur cyclists join the race in hopes of breaking the national record for the fastest time and win coveted prizes. Starting at 6:00 a.m., each participant’s stamina and skills will be put to the test as they speed from Belize City to San Ignacio Town and make their return to Belize City.
2019 Cross Country Cycling Race in Belize Let the festivities continue! As we approach Easter time, Belizeans and travelers all over the world are anticipating the annual Cross Country Cycling Classic being held on Holy Saturday, April 20, 2019. Like the La Ruta Maya Canoe Race, the Cross Country Cycling Race is locally and internationally recognized as one of Belize’s most vigorous and competitive races. Audiences from all over Central America, South America, North America and, even, Europe come to Belize to witness cyclists competitively pedal themselves to victory from Belize City to San Ignacio Town and back. Hosted for nine decades and counting, this is an intensive one hundred and forty miles race is to be completed by the cyclists in just a few hours.
Why you should watch the Annual Cross Country Cycling Race in Belize? As early as 5:00 a.m., those living closer to Belize City, where the race starts, gather at the side of the George Price Highway to cheer on the cyclists as they race their way to San Ignacio Town. Excitement and loud cheering will be heard all along the highway. Join the Easter festivities and witness another momentous race. There’s no other perfect time to start Belizing!!
Start Date:
Mon, 11 May, 2020Annually
Belize Cashew Festival and Agriculture Show Get your appetites ready! The annual Belize Cashew Festival and Agriculture Show is just around the corner. Hosted in Crooked Tree Village, ... moreBelize District, artisans, chefs, and local cashew farmers come together for this two-day event to display a wide range of cashew products. Filled with entertainment, contests, fresh produce, wines and cashew-inspired dishes, many travels to the little village of Crooked Tree to experience this highly anticipated event of the year. Throughout the day will be filled with excitement, tasty treats and activities.
Where is the Belize Cashew Fest?
The Cashew Festival will be at Crooked Tree Village in the Belize District. If you would like to know how to get to Northern Belize, then check out our transporation in Belize blog.
What to do at the Belize Cashew Fest?
The Cashew Festival and Agriculture Show in Crooked Tree Village is a wonderful opportunity for locals and visitors to experience cashew in a unique and exciting way. Celebrating this nutritious nut, local artisans, chefs and farmers bring their best cashew products and produce to the show grounds for the public. You can’t miss this once-a-year event.
What to bring to the Belize Cashew Fest? Things you should take to Cashew Fest are;

cash

sunblock

comfortable clothing and shoes
Start Date:
Wed, 20 May, 2020Annually
Cristo Rey River Fest The Cristo Rey Village Council is hosting their first River Festival and Expo to raise founds for the village council. The council organized several booths selling ... morelocal foods, drinks and souvenirs. It will be a fun-filled day for families and friends to have enjoy a day at the river.
2019 Cristo Rey River Fest Details for the 2019 Cristo Rey River Fest are yet to be announced.
Why should you attend the 2019 Cristo Rey River Fest? Come out and enjoy all the booth displays, Smart Promotions, cultural presentations and local arts and crafts displays. Bring your entire family out and have a good time at the festival and expo.
Start Date:
Sun, 24 May, 2020Annually
The Belize Chocolate Festival Started in 2007 by a group of local cacao farmers and chocolate manufacturers, the Belize Chocolate Festival, or the Toledo Cacao Festival, in Southern ... moreBelize celebrates the Maya culture through traditional Maya Chocolate along with other chocolate-related products from local farmers and manufacturers. Belize’s Toledo District is world-renowned for having some of the finest quality cocoa in the international market.

The Belize Chocolate Festival was conceptualized for local cacao farmers and chocolate manufacturing businesses to showcase their premium cacao, cacao-products, chocolates and chocolate drinks. Since then, this Chocolate Festival has become popular to locals and travelers. Many would travel far and wide to be able to experience all things chocolate on this three-day event.

Along with consuming indulgent chocolate and chocolate products, this festival is also a great opportunity for visitors to learn about the Maya Culture through cultural presentations, dancing lessons, and traditional Maya chocolate-making demonstrations.
The 2019 Belize Chocolate Festival The 2019 Belize Chocolate Festival is scheduled for May 24 to May 26, 2019. First night is the Wine and Chocolate tasting at Garbutts Marine & Fishing Lodge. May 25, 2019 is the Taste of Toledo Stree Fair at Front Street. The last day on May 26 is the grand finale at Nim Li Punit Archaeological Site.
Why should you attend the 2019 Cacao Festival in Belize? The entire weekend will be filled with activities and entertainment. Each year the Chocolate Festival is filled with fun activities, cultural presentations and, of course, CHOCOLATE! Many travel to Punta Gorda to enjoy Chocolate Fest's educational and indulgent three-day event that features locally-produced cacao, chocolate products and chocolate-inspired dishes for a bargain.
Start Date:
Mon, 25 May, 2020Annually
First Annual Banana Festival The faculty and staff of San Juan Bosco Roman Catholic School decided to host Belize's first Annual Banana Festival in order to raise funds for a new building ... morefor the school. This also serves as a great opportunity to showcase the premier banana industry of Belize and other organizations and businesses such as Banana Growers Association, the Big Creek Group and Belagro.
2019 Annual Banana Festival
Details for the 2019 Belize Banana Festival are yet to be announced.
Why you should attend the First Annual Banana Festival This event is the first festival of its kind celebrating the successful banana industry in Southern Belize. It is also for a good cause - to build a new structure for the San Juan Bosco R.C. School. There will be live entertainment and games that is guaranteed to bring everyone atttending a great time with family and friends.
Start Date:
Mon, 8 Jun, 2020Annually
Hopkins Mangu (Mango) Fest In Garifuna, "mango" is known as "mangu." In the village of Hopkins, the soil of the area is rich in nutrients and allows for local farmers to grow a variety ... moreof different mangos. Started in 2013, the Hopkins BTIA Chapter hosts the Hopkins Mangu Fest with the goal of promoting Hopkins Village as an attractive tourist destination that displays a unique and enjoyable cultural and culinary experience. In addition to this, the festival also contributes to an economic boost for local businesses in the area as slow season, or "maga" season, is in effect.

The Hopkins Mangu Fest is an exciting, family-friendly, two day event that celebrates everything mango, ranging from mango-inspired dishes, jams and jellies, candies, and drinks. Usually, there are plenty of competitions and games by the different booths. Although this festival is surrounded on the delicious mango fruits, the Garifuna culture is also greatly promoted through clothing, music, dance and food.
2019 Hopkins Mango Festival The 2019 Hopkins Mango Fest will be a fun festival for the entire family. There will be lots of musical performances, games and prizes! The theme is, of course, mangoes, in which all stalls will feature mango in their food, drinks and arts. Come out and celebrate!
Why you should attend the 2019 Hopkins Mango Festival Not only would you get to taste the sweet nectar of ripe, mature mangoes, you will be able to experience the Garifuna Culture and enjoy quality family time with all the exciting games and activities. Attending this festival will be feasible if you are staying in nearby villages and town. Hopkins is just a short thirty-minute drive from Dangriga and an hour away from Placencia.
Start Date:
Wed, 10 Jun, 2020Annually
A Day in San Antonio - Culture, Nature and Sports The Village of San Antonio is hosting its first ever village celebreation, A Day in San Antonio - Culture, Nature and Sports. Organized ... moreby the Belize Tourism Industry Association (BTIA). With the steady growth of tourism in San Antonio along with the decline in biodiversity and culture, the San Antonio Sustainability Committee aims to protect and raise awareness about the culture and nature in San Antonio through sports and positive entertainment.
2019 A Day in San Antonio - Culture, Nature and Sports Details for the 2019 A Day In San Antonio are yet to be announced.
Why should you attend the 2019 A Day in San Antonio - Culture, Nature and Sports? This even is great for learning about the Maya culture in the Village of San Antonio. Also, you will be contributing to the conservation of culture and nature through exciting games, sports and activities. There will be traditional food on sale. What better way to spend a nice Sunday than to take a trip to San Antonio for A Day in San Antonio - Culture, Nature and Sports? You will not regret it!
Start Date:
Sat, 13 Jun, 2020Annually
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San Pedro Lobster Fest Lobster Fest officially kicks off in San Pedro around mid-June to the end of the month, San Pedro hosts a week-long event that ranges from live concerts, block ... moreparties, food tastings, and other activities. The Lobster Fest in San Pedro is the largest celebration for Lobster Fest.

Usually, you are given a Lobster Crawl Passport that outlines the full schedule of events that will happen. Using this, you will be collecting stamps from each event and participate in a raffle to win prizes. The passport should be submitted at the block party happening at Barrier Reef Drive.
2019 San Pedro Lobster Fest The 2019 San Pedro Lobster Fest is the first segment of the nationwide Lobster Festival that is held annually in Belize to open the lobster season. This year’s grand prize for this raffle is yet to be announced.
Why should you attend the 2019 Lobster Fest in San Pedro? The 2019 San Pedro Lobster Fest hosts a full week of daytime and nightime events that lead up to a massive block party by the beach! Twenty great activities, lobster-themed foods, live entertainment and hype parties will be happening! Join us and celebrate all the festivities that San Pedro has to offer at the 2018 Lobster Fest in San Pedro!
How to get to the 2019 San Pedro Lobster Fest? You can get to Caye Caulker by water taxi with San Pedro Belize Express or Ocean Ferry, or you can get there by flight with Tropic Air or Maya Island Air. If you are already on the island, then you can move around in a golf cart rental.
Start Date:
Sun, 21 Jun, 2020Annually
Placencia Lobster Fest The Lobster Fest in Placencia began in 1998 as a way to celebrate the culture and traditional heritage of the Placencia Peninsula. It is also a fundraising event ... morefor the Placencia Village Council and the Placencia Chapter of the Belize Tourism Industry Association, where all proceeds from the festival go towards improving the local economy and providing scholarships for local youth. The event plays a major role in sustaining local businesses during the low tourism season. This is the second segment of the Belize Lobster Festival and usually hosts plenty of fun and lively entertainment, games and music.
2019 Placencia Lobster Fest The Placencia Lobster Fest is scheduled from June 21 to June 23 and is jam-packed with games, entertainment, live music, competitions, and lobster-themed dishes. Be sure not to miss favorites like Cast Net where players toss a fishing net to try and pull in a coin lying on the ground and Reel in the Dinghy where players must use a fishing rod to capture and then reel in dinghies floating offshore. There are also the popular Mr. and Mrs. Physique beauty contest, tug of war games, hot wings eating contests, kayak races, and tipsy tuna tosses.
Why should you attend the 2019 Placencia Lobster Fest? The Placencia Lobster Fest is the most popular event of the season in Placencia. It is highly anticipated by locals and visitors. Filled with fun events, you are guaranteed a great time at the festival. Other than tasting delicious lobster dishes, you get to experience and celebrate the Belizean Culture.
How to get to the 2019 Placencia Lobster Fest? You can get to Placencia by private vehicle, a car rental, or a shuttle service. You can also get there by flight with Tropic Air or Maya Island Air.
Start Date:
Fri, 26 Jun, 2020Annually
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The Belize Archaeology Symposium (BAS) The Belize Archaeology Symposium is a yearly event that brings together veteran and new researchers and archaeologists, along with tour guides, ... morestudents and the public, together to share their recent archaeological findings and observations in Belize. The BAS is a three-day event hosted in the San Ignacio Resort Hotel. Presentations based on the work done across Belize relating to the ancient, colonial/history, preceramic Maya will be given for the three days.
The 2019 Belize Archaeology Symposium Details for the 2019 Belize Archaeology Symposium are yet to be announced.
Why should you attend the 2019 Belize Archaeology Symposium? This is a great opportunity to learn about new findings and researches that are being done in Belize about the ancient, colonial/history, preceramic Maya. Immerse yourself in Belize’s cultural history for three days!
Start Date:
Sun, 28 Jun, 2020Annually
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Caye Caulker Lobster Fest The Caye Caulker Lobster Fest is the original Lobster Fest of Belize, boasting 18 and counting, that started in July of 1994 by the Islanders Veterans Football ... moreClub. The event is held annually to commemorate all the fishermen who have made Caye Caulker to what it is today. During the three days, you can expect full days of activities like greasy poles, drinking games and competitions, musical performances, educational and promotional boots and raves that will be an experience of a lifetime!
2019 Caye Caulker Lobster Fest The events happening at the Caye Caulker Lobster Fest will be epic! On Friday, June 28, there will the Miss Lobster Fest Pageant 2019 where contestants will compete for the coveted title of the 2019 Miss Lobster Fest. After the crowning of the winner, there will be an After Party Dance that will feature some of the best DJs and entertainment such as DJ Khris, Youth Connection Band and Evolution Sounds. On Saturday, June 29, there will be a beach party bright and early at 10:00 a.m., a bartending competition at 3:00 p.m., and a Dancing Under the Influence Bash later in the night. For the last day of the entire 2019 Lobster Festival, the beach parties and excitement continues with much music, entertainment and family games!
Why should you attend the 2019 Caye Caulker Lobster Fest? The 2019 Caye Caulker Lobster Festival will start from June 28 until June 30, lasting three days. During these three days, there will be loads of activities, parties and entertainment at Palapa Gardens. There will be plenty of food, drinks, and entertainment for everyone. If you are looking for an affordable and enjoyable experience at one of Belize’s Lobster Fests, then Caye Caulker is the place for you! Let's go Belizing at the 2019 Caye Caulker Lobster Fest!
How to get to the 2019 Caye Caulker Lobster Fest? You can get to Caye Caulker by water taxi with San Pedro Belize Express or Ocean Ferry, or you can get there by flight with Tropic Air or Maya Island Air. If you are already on the island, then you can move around in a golf cart rental.
Start Date:
Tue, 7 Jul, 2020Annually
The Annual Succotz Archaeology and Culture Fair The Annual Succotz Archaeology and Culture Fair is an educational fair in Belize that is hosted every year in the village of San Jose ... moreSuccotz by Fajina Archaeology Outreach. Fajina Archaeology is a small outreach organization founded by archaeologists in Belize who are committed to supporting the communities in which they conduct research. One of the ways they accomplish this is by hosting educational fairs in San Jose Succotz, such as the Annual Succotz Archaeology and Culture Fair.
2019 Annual Succotz Archaeology and Culture Fair This year the Fajina Archaeology Outreach is hosting the 5th Annual Succotz Archaeology and Culture fair at the San Jose Succotz R. C. School on the 7th of July. They will showcase archaeological research in the area and the culture of Belize.
Why you should attend the 2019 Annual Succotz Archaeology and Culture Fair? The 5th Annual Succotz Archaeology and Culture Fair will include many fun Maya cultural activities, informational booths, cultural Maya music and food. It will be a great opportunity to have fun and learn about Belize's Maya heritage and culture.
Start Date:
Sun, 12 Jul, 2020Annually
Benque Fiesta In the westernmost town of the Cayo District, Benque Viejo del Carmen hosts an annual celebration in honor of the town’s patron saint, Nuestra Senor de Monte Carmelo ... more(Our Lady of Mount Carmel). The celebration comprises of a series of religious celebrations called “Las Aboradas,” carnival rides, parades and processions, live music and performances, fireworks show, and the Flor del la Feria Pageant. This is usually held in early July of each year. Audiences from near and far gather at the town’s cancha for the pageant, football matches, and massive parade.
2019 Benque Fiesta Details for the 2019 Benque Fiesta are yet to be announced.
Why should you attend the 2019 Benque Fiesta? This weekend at the Benque Fiesta will be filled with excitement and activities to do! Spectators from near and far come and enjoy all the events happening. Be there or be square!