Cabo San Lucas Events

Los Cabos is so brimming with activities, festivals, events and recreational pursuits that it will be a challenge to just decide how you're going to choose among amusements from day to day. Below you can see calendars of holidays, fishing tournaments, unique monthly celebrations and special occasions.

Both Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo will also have small-scale events that don't make the calendars, but which you might stumble upon in your wanderings. Also check out our Activities page for a large listing of fun in the Cabo sun.

December Events

Feast of the Virgin of Guadalupe

December 12
This nationwide display of traditional culture is celebrated with street fairs, fireworks, processions, masses and more.

Christmas Posadas

December 16 - 24
Candlelit processions from house to house for the 9 days prior to Christmas.


December 25
Mexico celebrates Christmas day.

New Year's Eve

December 31
In Cabo San Lucas, you can expect glamorous VIP parties at resorts and nightclubs for New Year's Eve.
Ring in 2021 in Cabo

New Year's Eve Fireworks over Médano Beach

December 31
The skies come alive over breathtaking Médano Beach in Cabo San Lucas to welcome the New Year. An annual fireworks spectacular shines above Cabo - the perfect backdrop for your midnight kiss. View from the beach clubs, restaurants, resorts and sands of Médano Beach.

Farmer's Market at the Shoppes at Palmilla

Every Friday November - April
The Shoppes at Palmilla hosts a weekly organic farmer's market every Friday during the months of November through April. In addition to local produce, you'll find artisanal pastries, eggs, fish, dairy products, flowers and more!

San José del Cabo Art Walk

Every Thursday Evening
Every Thursday evening from November to May, visitors and residents enjoy strolling the art district of San Jose del Cabo along Obregon Street behind the church, sipping wine and viewing fine art. 5pm-9pm

Whale Watching Season

Oct - April
Spectacular views of whales just offshore abound from October through April. Of the world's eleven species of whales, eight come to Los Cabos to breed and nurse their young.