Mexico has no shortage of events where you can enjoy euphoric moments. There are many categories of Latino-Mexican celebrations. There are traditional celebrations which mostly have a religious connotation. They are based on the religious calendar and celebrate Biblical beliefs, since Christianity is largely the dominant religion in Mexico. Notable among these Mexican celebrations is the Semana Santa (Holy Week, with a dedicated programme for each day). Just like in many Latin countries (Brazil, Spain, etc.), the Carnival also has an important position.
Some of the celebrations in Mexico are civic celebrations. They have a more patriotic outlook, because they are related to major events in Mexican history. They are commemorated on the national level; notable examples are the Independence Day or the Mexican Revolution Day. Lastly, there are colourful and lively fairs called “ferias”, which feature traditional costumes, dances, parades and running of the bulls. Mexico is definitely not lacking in celebrations that you will enjoy!