Upcoming Events in Sayuita

2018

 

January 31 - February 4: Festival Sayulita: Come celebrate the wonders of our magical town and enjoy film, music, food, spirits and, of course, surf. There is something for everybody at the Festival - all ages, all pocketbook sizes and all interests. More...

 

February 20: CVIS Annual Fundraiser (Theme: Moulin Rouge): Mark your calendars for Tuesday, February 20th for the Costa Verde International School’s 8th annual scholarship fundraiser. More...

 

February 19 - 24 - Sayulita Days: Typically the whole town shows up for the parade and charros, dancing horses, down at the main plaza. It's an annual celebration where locals, expats and tourists enjoy a typical Mexican celebration!

 

February 23 - 25 - San Pancho Music Festival: Prepare for three days of great music with local, national and international artists at the Cultural Capital of the Riviera Nayarit. The Plaza del Sol will once again host these top-level shows. More...

 

March (TBD) - Nayarit SUP State Tournament: Held just north of Sayulita in San Pancho, this is the state qualifier for the national and world SUP Championships (date to be confirmed). More...

 

March 2 - 4 - Westmex International Small Boat Regatta: The Vallarta Yacht Club in Nuevo Vallarta is happy to welcome this regatta once again; it’s considered one of the top five regattas in the Mexican Circuit by the associations in the Optimist, Laser, Windsurf and 420 classes.
Location: Nuevo Vallarta.  More...

 

March 19 - Guyafest 2018: About 300 German-designed cars will converge on the streets of Guayabitos during this family-oriented event, among them Bugs, combis and other retro styles. Location: Rincón de Guayabitos. More...

 

March 27: Groupo Pro Sayulita Annual Fiesta: The annual Grupo Pro Sayulita fundraiser at the Brisas Del Mar palapa is an amazing event, and the principal opportunity to raise money for Grupo Pro Sayulita. (http://www.prosayulita.org)

 

March 26 - April 1: Easter/Semana Santa: Determined by the first Sunday after the full moon equinox, Mexico and the entire Christian world celebrate Easter. The Easter holidays in Mexico are a combination of Semana Santa (Holy Week: Palm Sunday to Easter Saturday) and Pascua (Resurrection Sunday through the following Saturday).  Be Prepared - Semana Santa is also a time when Mexicans flock to the beaches – a Mexican spring break. The town will be packed.

 

April 1: Riviera Nayarit State Longboard Championships - TBD

 

May 19 - 21: Nayarite Wind Festival: More than 180 kite surfers compete over the weekend in multiple categories, including Big Air, Slalom and Freestyle Pro. Location: Elite Residences / Flamingos

 

July (TBD): Abierto Mexicano de Surf (AMS Pro-AM)
Open surf competieion where surfers compete for $100,000 pesos in prizes in the waves of San Pancho. More...

 

Oct 31 - Nov 2: El Dia de los Muertos – November 2nd marks the Day of the Dead (El Dia de Los Muertos), a time to pay respects to loved ones who have passed on from this life. One creative ritual for this holiday is to make beautifully decorated altars with sugar candy skulls, candles, orange marigolds, figurines alluding to death and even the favorite dishes of the deceased, to adorn the elaborate altars. Many altars and offerings to the dead are placed in the main plaza in the days leading up to November 2nd. Traditionally, friends and family gather at the cemetery, where celebrations continue at the burial site of the loved one. The tombs and graves are decorated and candles burn throughout the night. Mexicans believe that their loved ones are present to commune with on this day.

 

Nov 20: Dia de La Revolution – November 20th marks Revolution Day, a national holiday celebrating the anniversary of the Mexican Revolution, from 1910 to 1920, when Pancho Villa led a revolt to take back the land from the oppressive, Spanish hacienda owners. Colorful parades, parties and traditional folklore dances are exhibited in most communities across the country. Sayulita boasts a great parade with students from local schools, dancing horses and traditional homemade dishes sold in the plaza, such as pozole, tacos, tamales and much more.

 

Dec 9 – 12: El Dia De Guadalupe – Anyone visiting Sayulita during the week leading up to December 12th will more than likely be awoken by the sounds of cannons, fireworks and church bells going off at 5:00 a.m., as Sayulita and Mexico celebrate Mexico’s patron saint, Our Lady of Guadalupe, also known as La Virgen Morena. A long-lived tradition, Catholics in Mexico rise before dawn and attend mass. It is common to see Virgin Guadalupe altars in homes, simple homages to the “Queen of Mexico,” with framed images of “Our Lady of Guadalupe” surrounded by flowers and holy candles.

 

 

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For more information on local events, check out the SayulitaLife Events Calendar.

 

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