Whether you prefer to celebrate Cinco de Mayo at a festival with the family or dancing the night away with a drink on a booze cruise, Washington offers fun ways to help you celebrate the annual holiday.
Cinco de Mayo Festival
From May 6 to May 8, the Cinco de Mayo Festival in Sunnyside is the largest and longest Cino celebration in the Pacific Northwest. This year, the festival is celebrating its 34th anniversary and will be featuring over 100 vendors, dancing horses, parades, live entertainment, traditional music and incredible, authentic fare and sips including margaritas and ice-cold cervezas. Admission is free, and the fun is open to the public.
To learn more about the Cinco de Mayo Festival, visit cometothesun.com.
Cinco de Mayo Drag Brunch
In support of the Latin LGBTQ+ community, Golden Bar in Seattle is offering a Cinco de Mayo Drag Brunch on May 7. The fun will kick off at 11:30 a.m. with authentic Mexican brunch favorites, handcrafted cocktails and an exciting drag show from your favorite local queens. Tickets are $40 per person, and all proceeds will benefit the nonprofit, Entre Hermanos.
To learn more about Cinco de Mayo Drag Brunch, visit eventbrite.com.
Cinco de Mayo Celebration
Ounces Taproom & Beer Garden in south Seattle is throwing a Cinco de Mayo bash for both locals and guests alike. The fun will start at 4 p.m. and will feature authentic Mexican cuisine from local food trucks, handcrafted cocktails, $5 Mexican beers, great music and a whole lot more fun.
To learn more about the Cinco de Mayo Celebration, visit ounceswestseattle.com.
Cinco de Mayo Booze Cruise
Take your celebrations abroad this Cinco de Mayo at the Cinco de Mayo Booze Cruise in Seattle on May 7. The party will feature dance music from local DJs, a full bar, light bites, views of Seattle’s city skyline and a professional photographer to capture it all. Tickets are $45 per person, and reservations are required.
To learn more about the Cinco de Mayo Booze Cruise, visit exploretock.com.