1 – Dine-In Movie Night at Casa Calavera
Join Casa Calavera for a night of delicious food, refreshing cocktails, and a double-feature movie on the beach! With “feet-in-the-sand” vibes and a beachfront view, enjoy the sunset over the ocean with your friends and family as you spend the night watching family-friendly films. September’s double feature will be Back to the Future 1 and 2. Tickets costs $700 MXN for adults or $300 MXN for children under 12 years old and includes snack bar and movie viewing. Stay tuned for a new double feature every month! For more information call (624) 104-9744 or visit www.CasaCalavera.com
4-25 – Summer Movie Nights at the Farm
Flora Farms will be hosting a series of summer kid friendly movie nights every Wednesday from 8:30pm to 10:30pm. On September 4, enjoy Stuart Little, a movie about a couple who adopt a sweet little mouse named Stuart who subsequently battles with his feline housemates. Then on September 11, catch Little Giants, a comedy film in which brothers from a small town in Ohio coach rival pee-wee football teams. September 18 will screen Oliver & Company, a Walt Disney classic about a homeless kitten who joins a gang of dogs to survive the streets of New York City. Finally, September 25 will bring another Disney favorite, The Lion King, about a young lion who becomes king after the death of his father. Complimentary popcorn, water and lemonade are provided free of charge, and pizzas, salads, cotton candy and raspados (shaved ice) will be available for purchase. There is no entry fee, but you need to make reservations in advance by emailing email@example.com.
13 – Piñata Fiesta Feel Good Friday
Join OMNIA Los Cabos for a day of high energy dance music, refreshing cocktails and a whole lot of Piñata Fiesta fun to kick of Independence Day weekend! Lounge on one of OMNIA’s plush daybeds, enjoy delicious food from the adjoining Casa Calavera restaurant, or take a dip in their crystal-clear pool…it will be a day you won’t forget! OMNIA Los Cabos invites you to make every Friday a good one and join them each week for great music by local DJ talent and specials for Cabo locals. Doors open at 11:30am. For the guestlist and VIP cabanas, visit OMNIALosCabos.com
14 – Mexican Charro Day
Established in 1934, Mexican Charro day, or Día del Charro, is celebrated in Mexico on September 14. Often overshadowed by Mexico Independence Day on September 16, this day recognizes those who practice the art of charrería. Throughout most major cities in Mexico, you will find these traditionally trained cowboys (known as Charros) parading through town dressed in elaborate suits, while the women charros (known as Escaramuzas) wear vibrantly colored dresses.
15 – El Grito de Dolores
Every year on September 15, Mexico celebrates El Grito de Dolores (AKA Cry of Dolores). El Grito was the battle cry of Roman Catholic priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla in the early morning hours of September 15, 1810, in what is now the City of Dolores Hidalgo in the State of Guanajuato. Hidalgo’s cry to his townspeople to rise up against the Spanish became the cry of Independence for the whole country. Each year on this date, the President of Mexico re-enacts this famous cry from the balcony of the National Palace in Mexico City while ringing the same bell that Hidalgo rang in 1810 (which has since moved to the National Palace), shouting “Viva México! Viva la Independencia! Vivan los héroes!” Here in Los Cabos, City Officials re-enact their own version of the cry at 11pm on September 15 followed by fiestas late into the night.
14-15 – Independence Day Parties with Mariana BO and DJ Flight at OMNIA Los Cabos
Party the weekend away and celebrate El Grito and Mexican Independence Day at OMNIA Los Cabos on Saturday, September 14 with resident DJ, DJ Flight. Then on Sunday, September 15 enjoy headlining act Mariana BO, a Latin America DJ, classically trained violinist, and music producer. BO is the first Mexican to appear the prestigious list of Top 100 DJ’s in the world by DJ MAG and is well known for her live mixes of electronic music, violin and percussion instruments. She has worked with several of the industry’s most highly regarded artists, including Tiësto, Martin Garrix, Hardwell, and Steve Aoki. During the week, OMNIA is the perfect destination for an upscale, relaxed getaway, but on the weekend the venue becomes a high-energy, DJ-centric affair featuring some of the world’s most in-demand turntable artists. Get ready to celebrate El Grito all weekend long at OMNIA Los Cabos! Doors open at 11:30am. For the guestlist and VIP cabanas, visit OMNIALosCabos.com
14-15 – Fight Night & El Grito at Casa Calavera
Just next door from OMNIA Los Cabos, Casa Calavera, an authentic Mexican beachside dining restaurant will be hosting a Mexican Independence Day celebration of their own. Casa Calavera will be viewing the big fight on Saturday, September 14, as part of their El Grito weekend celebration! Seating is complimentary, and drink specials and menu items will be available to purchase. Then, on Sunday the 15th, Casa Calavera will be featuring a live band, family style Baja cuisine, and a Paloma & Margarita open bar. Make your reservations online at CasaCalavera.com
16 – Mexican Independence Day
Contrary to popular belief, May 5 (Cinco de Mayo) is not Mexico's Independence Day. The actual date of Mexico’s Independence is September 16. Independence Day is one of the most celebrated national holidays in Mexico and is commemorated with colorful parades, traditional food, lively music, marching bands, fireworks and fiestas decorated in red, white and green. Here in Cabo, you will find almost every bar, restaurant, and resort in town doing something festive to honor this special day including an explosive firework show on Medano Beach!