When: Saturday May 5
Cuando: Sábado 5 de Mayo
Cinco De Mayo se celebra este sábado, y ¿saben lo que significa eso? Margaritas y Mariachis!
Cinco de mayo NO es la independencia de México (eso es el 16 de Septiembre)… pero eso es lo de menos!
Es un día para celebrar la música, cultura y comida de México… y aquí en 24/7 Miami, estamos perfectamente de acuerdo con eso!
Cinco De Mayo is this Saturday, you know what that means…. Margarita’s & Mariachi’s!
It’s really NOT Mexican Independence Day (That’s September 16th)… But who cares?
It’s a celebration of Mexico’s music, culture, and food… and at 24/7 Miami we’re perfectly OK with that!
1st Annual Cinco De Mayo Brickell Fest
1001 S. Miami Ave., Brickell
Get ready for the biggest block party around as the First Annual Cinco De Mayo Brickell Fest takes place in the heart of Brickell across from El Vato Tequila & Taco Bar. The festivities kick off at noon and continue through midnight featuring various street side vendors or beer and tequila brands along with live musical performances, VIP tent, a mechanical bull, and local DJs rocking the decks to keep the party going strong all day long.
Festival de Cinco De Mayo at Rosa Mexicano
900 South Miami Ave., Miami
Celebrate the day with an outdoor fiesta, a special menu, drink specials, LIVE music, DJs, and a Mariachi Band. Throughout the day there will be plenty of prizes and giveaways from noon till midnight.
Fresh Mex Cinco De Mayo at Chevy’s
900 South Miami Ave., Miami
This year the fiesta starts early at Chevy’s Fresh Mex. Kick off Cinco de Mayo on Friday with a free concert with performances by Xtreme, Maffio, and Grupo Treo. Then Saturday, head back to Chevy’s for the 150th Anniversary of Cinco de Mayo featuring a performance by El Cata along with a Corona Cerveza Bar, Milagro Margarita and shot bars, a Monster shot bar, a Bacardi Mojito Rum Bar, and more
3252 NE First Avenue
is celebrating Cinco de Mayo with an all-day fiesta. From noon – 5 p.m., guests can enjoy the restaurant’s ala carte menu. A special Cinco de Mayo Ponche Zaragoza – a mix of tequila reposado orange, grapefruit, guajillo, Grand Marnier and yucataca ($6/lunch $12/dinner) will be offered. After 5 p.m., the fiesta continues with a $40 sharing menu. Authentic Mexican mariachis, dancers and a DJ will be on hand to entertain while you drink your ponche!
Mucho Tequila Party at Cafeina
297 Northwest 23rd Street
9pm-7am, no cover
The holy trinity of tequila, tacos, and music come together at this Wynwood oasis for their third anniversary Cinco party. Latin Grammy nominated DJ/producer Mr. Pauer, known for cumbia mashups will probably break out some chilango and norteño surprises for this one. There will also be hot chicks with tequila pistols shooting liquor into people’s mouths
Cinco de Drinko Hot Peppa Palooza at Tobacco Road
626 South Miami Avenue Miami
There’s a $250 hot pepper eating contest. Do it! And lots of beer, food, and drinks, Plus, here are a few of the bands that are playing: Amazing Grace, The Holy Terrors, Forget the Name, The Goods, Rat B@stard, Sturgis Nikides, Diane Ward, Low Society, Paul Roub, Charlie Pickett, Joni Rasp & Jim Baumann, Stephen Gibb, As One, Omine, Brian Franklin, Bobby Macintyre & Dennis Britt, and Thick & Rich.
Miami New Times presents The Annual Cinco de Bougie’s Block Party at Bougainvillea’s Old Florida Tavern
7221 Southwest 58th Avenue
There will be nine bars at this outdoor fiesta. Repeat, there will be nine bars for all your drinking needs. Also, look out for Corona Beach, beer specials, Mexican photo booths, a live donkey show, free Avion tequila shots from 7 till 9 p.m., free mustache party favors, Papa’s Tapas Gourmet Food Truck, DJ Mikee D in the living room, and live music by Miami hip-hoppers ArtOfficial along with Austin’s Bright Light Social Hour. Oh yeah, the party starts at 4, goes till 5 in the morning, and it’s FREE