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Los Cabos March Events

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March in Los Cabos isn’t just for lounging on the beach (although there’s plenty of that to be done). Whether you’re looking for community events or something a little more active, Los Cabos has something to keep you busy. March has a vibrant calendar of events, foodies will rejoice at delicious festivals (don’t forget to check our latest foodie edition!), while culture seekers can dive into local traditions.

March 3rd – Sabor a Cabo Rural

Sabor a Cabo Rural is a music and food festival that seeks to show its attendees the heart of Southern Baja California’s cuisine. This festival will take place on March 3rd at La Huerta Maijanui inside the community of La Candelaria in Cabo San Lucas. You can get your tickets now!

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March 9 – Spring Festival Parade

Club Rotario of Los Barriles Cabo Este is inviting everyone in the community of Los Barriles to take part in their upcoming Spring Festival Parade! The date is March 9th at Fountain Los Barilles at 4:30 in the afternoon!

March 13th – Vita’s 10th Anniversary fashion show

Vita’s Art & Fashion and Club Rotario Los Barriles invite you to celebrate Vita’s 10th Anniversary fashion show and a silent auction featuring local artists.

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March 16th – Cabo St Paddy Bub Crawl

Get ready for Cabo St Paddy Bub Crawl! Put something green on and go stumble around Cabo the day before St. Patrick’s! The party will start in Downtown Cabo San Lucas and end in the marina.

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March 16th – Sashimi Fest Los Cabos

Sashimi Fest Los Cabos has become one of the most popular gastronomic events in Los Cabos, speaking to local and tourist palets alike. The 7th edition of this festival is taking place in Plaza Mijares, San Jose del Cabo

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March 19th – Fiestas Tradicionales San Jose del Cabos

The Fiestas Tradicionales San Jose del Cabo (San Jose del Cabo Traditional Parties) lasts seven days and is held over March 19th each year, which marks the Day of San José (also known as Saint Joseph). The multi-day festival features live music, parades, performances, food, drink, dancing, and parties.

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