San Clemente’s 25th annual Cinco de Mayo Fiesta will bring Mexican food, Mariachis, Aztec Dancers, Ballet Folkloric, live bands, art and more to Max Berg Plaza Park on Saturday May 2nd 2015! 

Delicious carne asada tacos, burritos, and many other traditional food items will be cooked up by local San Clemente organizations.

City recreation staff and volunteers will provide a children’s arena with game booths, giant slide, crafts and much more. There is something to do for everyone.

What does 5 de mayo represent?

Cinco de Mayo is Spanish for the fifth of May. The holiday celebrates an unexpected victory. The holiday actually celebrates the Mexican victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. The Mexican army won the battle despite being smaller and ill-equipped.

The Fiesta at San Clemente:

Given that the city of San Clemente has a remarkable population of hispanics with mexican ancestors, this celebration is rather a special one. San Clemente restaurants will be honoring the holiday with special menus and celebrations, so mark  your calendar to walk around the city and enjoy festivities of all kinds and for the whole family.

Admission is free to the San Clemente Cinco de Mayo Fiesta.

Saturday, May 2 - 12:00 p.m. to 6 p.m. 

Max Berg Plaza Park
1100 Calle Puente
San Clemente, CA 92672

For more information on the Cinco de Mayo Fiesta in San Clemente, please contact the San Clemente Recreation Division at (949) 361-8264. Are you ready to move and start looking at homes in San Clemente? Gives us a call!

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