What does the calendar look like for local events & festivals in Puerto Vallarta?
Semana Santa and Pascua (Easter holiday): April, on this holy week before Easter, in the port of Puerto Vallarta's occupancy rate has reached its peak. This period is a normal national holiday with "spring break" after school. Many local families, mainly Guadalajara and surrounding areas, take the opportunity to bask in the sun on the beach and enjoy the beautiful port of Puerto Vallarta.
May Cultural Festival: the local government organizes a "May Cultural Festival" every year, with activities throughout the month. Important local, national, and international artists (painters, musicians, actors, etc.) attend concerts, events in the city and surrounding areas.
Puerto Vallarta Anniversary: May 31.
Puerto Vallarta Festival: in November of each year, a special Las Arts Festival is held, which includes a month-long art gallery exhibition and outdoor and seaside theatre performances. Artists from all over Mexico display an impressive array of works of art. All activities are free to the public.
Puerto Vallarta International Food Festival: Mexico's top culinary event is the annual Puerto Vallarta food festival of the year. It is used to showcase the culinary talent of the local chefs involved in the restaurant and more than 20 chefs from internationally renowned restaurants and hotels around the world.