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Fairs, Festivals and Fiestas: February Events in Baja

Fairs, Festivals and Fiestas: February Events in Baja California

Love is in the air, with dozens of Valentine’s Day events scheduled around the Baja California peninsula, including a masquerade dinner and dance at the legendary Rosarito Beach Hotel, and a five-course tasting menu at what may be the world’s most romantic restaurant: Sunset da Mona Lisa in the Los Cabos tourist corridor. February is also a big month for Baja art lovers, thanks to the annual Open Studios Tour in Todos Santos – which allows visitors to meet the pueblo magico’s most talented artists – and the newly minted Circuito Cultural in Cabo San Lucas.

There are hundreds of local events that can be found on The following represent some of our favorite selections.

Event dates and details are subject to sudden change and cancellation. Please confirm with the event organizers before booking your trip.

February Events in Baja

Cabo San LucasCircuito Cultural

When:  Every Saturday (Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28), noon to 11 p.m.

This recently established event is Cabo San Lucas’ answer to the Art Walks held weekly and monthly in San Jose del Cabo and Todos Santos, respectively. The marina based circuit premiered Jan. 17, 2015, and provides a regular showcase for exhibits from local artists, cultural workshops, food, wine and tequila tasting, and live music and dancing.

Cost: Free admission

February Events in Baja California

Todos SantosOpen Studios Tour

When: Feb. 7 – 8

By popular demand, the Todos Santos Open Studios Tour is now a two day event. Visitors to the coastal pueblo magico, located about 45 mile north of Cabo San Lucas, will be able to see more art, and spend more time with the artists’ colony’s talented collection of painters, sculptors, photographers, muralists, jewelers, print makers, collage artists, potters and wood turners in their own studios.

Cost: $200 pesos (approx. $15 U.S.)

February Events in Baja California

RosaritoValentine’s Day Masquerade Dance and Dinner at Rosarito Beach Hotel

When: Feb. 14

Landmark Baja lodging Rosarito Beach Hotel is hosting one of the peninsula’s most highly anticipated Valentine’s Day events. Tickets entitle guests to a welcome margarita, a buffet dinner, live music, and dancing, with carnival masks on hand to ensure the requisite amount of mystery and romance.

Cost:  $39 per person

  February Events in Baja California

Los CabosValentine’s Day Dinner at Sunset da Mona Lisa

When: Feb. 14

Sunset da Mona Lisa is notable for its fresh local seafood specialties, and famed for its remarkable site: a seaside perch that looks out across Cabo San Lucas Bay and the granitic monuments at Land’s End. The Valentine’s Day special at this world-class romantic dining destination includes a welcoming drink, five course tasting menu, live music, and of course spectacular sunset views.

Cost: $125 per person

February Events in Baja California

La PazCarnaval 2015

When:  Feb. 12 – 17

Forget Rio. The world’s best Carnaval celebration takes place in Baja California Sur’s capital city, La Paz. This year’s theme is Ancestral Plumage, with five days of pre-Lent festivities – parades, costumes, live music, dancing in the streets – culminating on Fat Tuesday (in French, Mardi Gras), February 17, 2015. Performers include Rio Roma, Rayito Colombiano, El Recodo, Moderatto and Yuri. For up-to-date information, visit the Carnaval La Paz Facebook page.

Cost:  Free admission is a comprehensive online source of first-hand travel information for the Baja California Peninsula, supported by a full-service tour operator staffed by Baja locals (our “Baja Travel Savants”). We offer Baja travelers expert advice about local restaurantshotels and vacation rentals, as well as guides, maps and articles about events, sports and activities. We provide bilingual customer support, information and sales seven days a week, 365 days a year.  For more information, please call toll-free (US/CAN) 855-BAJA-411 or email us at


About Chris Sands

Chris Sands is the author of Bohemia by the Bay, and writes about wine, golf, and travel for publications such as, Los Cabos Guide, Los Cabos Magazine, 10 Best, and USA Today. He is a full-time resident of Cabo San Lucas.

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