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With travelers from around the world arriving everyday and a vibrant local culture, there’s always something new happening on the Cabo San Lucas events calendar. Each event has its own style and energy, giving everyone something to look forward to on the 2020 events calendar in Cabo. From food festivals to athletic competitions, checking out these local Cabo activities gives you a richer taste of Mexican culture and unique memories from vacation. Whether you plan your trip around particular upcoming events in Cabo San Lucas or happen to be in town that day, these festivals and tournaments will show you why so many people have fallen in love with Los Cabos.

Taste of Baja Festival: March 8

Sabores de Baja, or Taste of Baja, is one of the quickly approaching upcoming events in Cabo San Lucas that celebrates the organic flavors and dishes of the Baja Peninsula, encouraging both locals and visitors to eat local and seasonal produce. As you stroll among booths where local restaurants are grilling up signature dishes, you can listen to live music and watch traditional dance performances. What makes this one of the best things to do in Cabo San Lucas isn’t just the food—it’s the fact that the festival gives back to the small Miraflores community.

Todos Santos Art Festival: March 14-17


Visiting the charming town of Todos Santos is one of the best things to do in Cabo San Lucas if you’re wanting to explore the culture and traditions of a small Mexican town, and there’s no better time to visit than during the Todos Santos Art Festival. This festival has a little of everything: music, painting, sculptures, dance, theater, and film. Circle these dates on the 2020 events calendar in Cabo, and you’ll be treated to both the traditional and modern beauty of Mexican culture.

Cuisine of the Sun: April

Some of the festivals on the 2020 events calendar in Cabo are known for their celebrity chefs and gourmet food. Each year, the Cuisine of the Sun Food and Wine Festival brings the top chefs and foodies from around the world to Cabo for cooking demonstrations, multi-course meals, and tasty competition. If you love gastronomy and cooking, come sample regional wines and taste surprising combinations of flavors, and you may even leave with new tricks to try at home.

Los Cabos Open Water Challenge: May 2

There are few physical challenges like open water swimming, and during the Los Cabos Open Water Challenge, you can put yourself to the test. To encourage athletes of all ability levels to get out and enjoy one of the best things to do in Cabo San Lucas, there’s a 14k, 7k, and 2k race. Each of these races on the Cabo San Lucas events calendar is open to a limited number of swimmers, so sign up fast!

Abierto de Tenis: July 20-25


The Abierto de Tenis, or Tennis Open, in Los Cabos draws some of the top players to the city for hot competition. Competition between athletes like Fabio Fognini and Guido Pella makes this one of the most exciting upcoming events in Cabo San Lucas. Ticket packages range from six-day passes to single day entrances so that you can enjoy the whole event or just get a bit of the action.

Bisbee’s Fishing Tournaments: August and October

Bisbee’s is the biggest name when it comes to fishing in Cabos, and every fall, there’s three major Bisbee tournaments on the Cabo San Lucas events calendar. The first is the East Cape Tournament, a more laid-back and friendly competition from August 4-8. The newest addition to the Bisbee family is the Los Cabos Offshore Competition from October 15-18, which is quickly followed by the biggest tournament: Bisbee's Black & Blue. This tournament had the largest cash payout in sportfishing history in 2006: $4,165,960. Whether you get a team together, join in on the evening parties, or simply watch the fishermen weigh their catches in the marina, these are the classic Cabo activities you don’t want to miss out on.

Ironman: November 1

The Ironman 70.3 Los Cabos isn’t an event you can just decide to do the night before. Athletes are required to swim 1.2 miles, bike 56 miles, and run 13.1 miles. If these are the kind of Cabo activities that bring out your competitive edge, it’s time to start training. However, many locals and visitors head out for the inspiration and joy of cheering others on to the finish line.

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