Día de Los Reyes (Three Kings Day): Celebrated on January 6, it’s a holiday for children who receive gifts from the Three Wise Men.


Constitution Day: Observed on the first Monday of February, this public holiday often involves parades and political speeches.
Zona Maco Art Fair: Latin America’s most important contemporary art fair.


Vive Latino: A famous music festival that features rock and alternative music.


Semana Santa and Pascua (Holy Week and Easter): A significant religious event with processions and special services.
Feria de las Culturas Amigas: An international cultural festival celebrating the diversity of cultures in Mexico City.


Cinco de Mayo: While not as extensively celebrated as in the U.S., it’s still observed with some events.
Festival del Centro Histórico: Celebrating the historic center of Mexico City with music, dance, and theater.


Gay Pride Parade (Marcha del Orgullo LGBT): One of the largest pride parades in Latin America, held in late June.


Guelaguetza Festival: Though primarily in Oaxaca, there are celebrations in Mexico City as well.


Independence Day (Día de la Independencia): Celebrated on September 16 with parades, fireworks, and the famous “Grito de Dolores.”


Cervantino Festival: Primarily in Guanajuato, but has events in CDMX too.
Festival Internacional de Cine de Morelia: A film festival that often includes events in CDMX.


Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead): Celebrated from October 31 to November 2. This is a unique and vibrant celebration to honor the deceased.
Festival Internacional del Globo: Hot air balloon festival, mainly in León, Guanajuato, but also celebrated in CDMX.


Día de la Virgen de Guadalupe (Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe): Celebrated on December 12, this is a major religious holiday in Mexico.
Christmas Celebrations (Navidad): Festivities and posadas start from mid-December leading up to Christmas Day.

Note that the dates and occurrence of some events might vary slightly from year to year.