Cinco de Mayo at Olvera Street

Cinco de Mayo at Olvera Street

Downtown
  • LGBTQ-friendly
  • Music
  • Festival
  • Community

Angelenos celebrate Mexico's victory over French forces in Puebla, Mexico in 1862 every year with popular and traditional music, exhibitor booths, dancing and food. Special entertainment, mariachis, folklorico dancers, piñatas and activities for the kids are all part of the fun.

El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument, Paseo De La Plaza, Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Chego
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Chego

  • Casual
  • Asian fusion
Guerilla Tacos

  • Food truck
  • Mexican
Spring Los Angeles

  • Fine Dining
  • French
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Blue Whale

  • Music Venue
  • LGBTQ-friendly

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  • Bar
  • For Men
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  • Nightclub
  • LGBTQ-friendly
Calle Olvera
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Calle Olvera

  • Shopping Street
  • Performing arts
  • Food & drink
  • Cultural & Historical
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  • Cultural & Historical
  • City Tour
  • Walking
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  • Museum
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