All Mexican Holidays

All Mexican Holidays

All Mexican Holidays and Mexican Way of Living

One of the main characteristic of Mexican people is that they love to live and enjoy life as much as they can.

There is one Mexican saying that goes like this: “Mexicans work to live, others live to work”.

Mexicans love to dance, to play music, to sing, to drink, and to celebrate life as much as possible.

That is probably one of the main reasons why Mexicans have so many holidays (more than majority of other nations).

What is even more interesting is that most of Mexicans that live outside Mexico keep celebrating their Mexican holidays, but they also celebrate the holidays of a country they live in.

Mexicans celebrate even when there is no official holiday.

For example, they celebrate events such as the one when Mexican national soccer team wins an important international soccer match. When this happens Mexicans are in the streets dancing, singing, drinking and having great time till morning hours.

Even the change of Federal government is the official holiday in Mexico!

List of All Mexican Holidays:

  • New Years Day (January 1)
  • Three Kings Day (January 6)
  • Constitution Day (February 5)
  • Valentine’s Day (February 14)
  • Army’s Day (February 19)
  • Flag Day (February 24)
  • Anniversary of the Oil Expropriation (March 18)
  • Benito Juarez’s Day (March 21)
  • Heroic Defense of Veracruz (April 21)
  • Children’s Day (April 30)
  • Labor Day (May 1)
  • Fifth of May (May 5)
  • Miguel Hidalgo’s Birthday (May 8)
  • Mothers Day (May 10)
  • Teacher’s Day (May 15)
  • Student’s Day (May 23)
  • Marine’s Day (June 1)
  • Father’s Day (Third Sunday of June)
  • Heroic Cadets (September 13)
  • Cry of Dolores (September 15)
  • Independence Day (September 16)
  • End of Independence War (September 27)
  • Morelos’ Birthday (September 30)
  • Columbus Day (October 12)
  • Day of the Dead (November 2)
  • Revolution Day (November 20)
  • Change of Federal Government (December 1)
  • Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe (December 12)
  • Las Posadas (December 16 – 24)
  • Christmas Eve (December 24)
  • Christmas (December 25)
  • Day of the Innocents (December 28)

    Finally, if you count in all the birthdays, anniversaries, weddings and other family celebrations, and if you know the Mexican family culture and traditions, you understand why it is great to be Mexican or live and enjoy life as Mexicans do.


    All Mexican Holidays
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