This year will be the sixth annual Cinco de Mayo festival held on May 3, 2014 under the Charleston Visitors Center Bus Shed, between Anne and John Streets in Charleston, SC. Yes...La Ha is always bueno! But, why not try sample authentic Mexican dishes you just don't get to try everyday? The 2014 Charleston Cinco de Mayo Festival in Charleston, South Carolina will have all that jazz, along with plenty of refreshing Margaritas, ice cold Mexican cervezas and steamy-hot Salsa music!
Shake those hips to live Latin music during the fest. Enjoy DJ Luigi
Bravo of Latin Groove, live Cuban music, a Mariachi style band and Salsa
performances by professionals.
When the party ends at the Charleston Visitors Center Bus Shed, take the celebration to one of the many Charleston area Mexican restaurants and bars! Charleston nightlife on upper King Street should be mucho caliente!
So, down those cervezas and undalay-undalay to the next hot Cinco De Mayo party! There's bound to be a few Charleston bars and restaurants having their own celebrations this evening!
For those unfamiliar with meaning behind Cinco de Mayo, it is a traditional Mexican festival commemorating the Mexican Army's victory, over the French in "The Battle Of Puebla" in 1862.
A portion of the Charleston Cinco De Mayo Festival's proceeds will go towards Nuevos Caminos programs. As always, this years Cinco De Mayo festival will raise money for local charities in need of a little helping hand! Tickets are $10 online and $15 at the door. Get yours while they last!!
2014 Charleston Cinco De