Mardi Gras is celebrated in Mexico as part of a bigger holiday, known as Carnaval. Carnaval time in Mexico is an often frenzied craze of fun and frivolity. Carnaval is the last chance for Mexicans to enjoy carnal pleasures right before the 40 days of Lent. Festivities run from February 26 through March 4 this year. Carnaval is a fun time; very festive and perfect for celebrating in your own backyard. After all, thereís no place better than home to celebrate with friends and family!
Carnaval is celebrated widely in Mexico, the best festivities being in Mazatlan and Veracruz. Mazatlan is known to attract more than 300,000 visitors at this time of the year. In total, Carnaval is significant in about 225 communities in Mexico; many of these, especially in the smaller communities maintain elements from Mexicoís religious and indigenous heritage. The modern version of Carnaval in the city of Veracruz is not as old as MazatlŠnís but it is larger, lasting nine days with six major parades with floats along with large public concerts, parties and special events and promotion in just about all the cityís restaurants, bars and nightclubs.barsand nightclubs.
Sounds like it's time for Mariachi music and some fun, doesnít it? If you donít have the resources to travel to Mexico right now, why not celebrate at home? Now you can get all the bar supplies you need from La Fuente Imports including galvanized beer buckets, enamel serving trays, officially-licensed bottle openers, plus the largest selection of authentic Mexican beer coolers available anywhere on the web. They're just the trick for turning your next celebration into the most memorable one yet.
Paper Party Banners, known as "Papel Picado" in Mexico, are perfect for lively occasions too plus they've been a tradition in Mexico for decades. Finish off your festive table by setting our pretty Tissue Paper Catrinas in the center.
How will you be celebrating Carnaval this year?
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