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Pa’h La Calle Festival is back this November

By Tribune Travel

November 14, 2023

During the annual Pa’h La Calle International Performing Arts Festival, which takes place from November 18 to 26, the streets of Los Cabos will come alive with performers and artists.

Mid-November will see the arrival of over 100 performers from over Mexico, and the festival will begin with street performances at some of the town’s most well-known crossroads.

Street performances including puppetry, pantomime, circus acts, music, dance, and storytelling will all be presented by the artists. The festival honors photography and literature as well.

In order to increase the cultural options available to both residents and visitors in Los Cabos, they will also host artists from Cuba as a unique feature.

It furthers the goal of the cultural exchange by providing a means of bringing individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds together to share and learn more about one another and create meaningful connections.

The best thing about the festival is that much of the entertainment is free, however performers—especially those who came long distances to perform—accept donations.





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