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Events Taking Place in February


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  1. Carnaval Abey - February
    Salinas

  2. Carnaval Camuyano - February
    Camuy

  3. Carnaval de Arroyo - February
    Arroyo celebrates this Carnival with many daytime and evening activities. The festivities include: dances, food, parades and processions, and presentations honoring outstanding community members.
    Arroyo
    (787) 839-9060

  4. Carnaval del Capitan Correa - February
    It's held in the Arecibo central plaza, where salsa groups and other groups mingle.
    Arecibo
    (787) 879-1625

  5. Carnaval del Guajataca - February
    Quebradillas

  6. Carnaval Mabo - February
    Guaynabo

  7. Carnaval Ponceño - February 21, 2020 - February 25, 2020
    The annual week-long celebration usually takes place in February, the week before Ash Wednesday, culminating with a fake funeral procession and the Burial of the Sardine.

    It is believed that this carnival is one of the oldest celebrations in the western hemisphere, dating back to 1858.

    Most of the events occur in the historic downtown of Ponce, at the Plaza Las Delicias and the Casa Alcaldia. Parades takes place every day, featuring musical events, artisans and the famous parades of Vejigantes. The Vejigantes are the stars of the Carnival, originating in centuries-old African, Caribbean, and Spanish customs and traditions. These local folk characters representing good and evil spirits and they wear colorful papier-mache mask and costumes.
    Ponce
    (787) 840-4141

  8. Coffee Harvest Festival - February
    Maricao celebrates "la toma de cafe" every year. The festival takes place in the plaza town and features folkloric music, crafts displays, typical cuisine and demonstrations of coffee preparations.
    Maricao
    (787) 838-2290

  9. Festival de Chiringas - February
    Quebradillas

  10. Festival de Chiringas - February
    Lajas

  11. Festival de Teatro Luis Torres Nadal - February
    The Teatro La Perla in Ponce holds an annual theater festival in honor of Luis Torres Nadal. The festival features productions by local theater companies and musicians. Tickets $10-$11.
    Ponce
    (787) 843-4080

  12. Festival Jibaro de Tomate - February
    Jayuya

  13. Festival Nacional del Cafe - February
    Yauco celebrates "la toma de cafe" every year. The festival takes place in the plaza town (Plaza Fernando de Pacheco) and features folkloric music, crafts displays, typical cuisine and demonstrations of coffee preparations. The delicious aroma of coffee fills the air and visitors are able to taste some of the area's finest blends.
    Yauco
    (787) 856-1345

  14. Fiesta del Gallo Isabelino - February
    Isabela

  15. Fiestas de la Candelaria - February
    San Lorenzo

  16. Fiestas Patronales de Nuestra Senora de la Candelaria - February
    Every year, Lajas celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.
    Lajas
    (787) 899-1450

  17. Fiestas Patronales de San Blas Illescas y La Virgen Candelaria - February
    Every year, Coamo celebrates a festival to honor the two Patron Saints. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.
    Coamo
    (787) 825-1150

  18. Fiestas Patronales Virgen de la Candelaria - February
    Every year, Manati celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.
    Manati
    (787) 854-2024

  19. Fiestas Patronales Virgen de la Candelaria - February
    Every year, Mayaguez celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.
    Mayaguez
    (787) 834-2470

  20. Maraton de los Enamorados - February
    Ceiba

  21. Maraton Pablo Ramirez - February
    Maunabo

  22. San Blas de Illescas Marathon - February
    Every year in February Coamo celebrates San Blas de Illescas Marathon, inaugurated in 1963 by Phi Delta Fraternity in honor to the founder of the town. International and local runners compete in a 13.1-mile half marathon. It's Puerto Rico's biggest race, and the crowds are always large.
    Coamo
    (787) 825-2775 or (787) 825-4077

  23. Semana Myrna Vazquez - February
    Cidra



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