The massive citywide festival, which attracted 60,000 participants during its previous edition in May, will return on Saturday, Dec. 10.
When Marco Zamudio Renaissance-type work come on view here, art lovers will get a close look at the techniques of one of Mexico’s most renowned painters.
Police estimate just over 50,000 people turned out for the city’s Paseo de las Ánimas, many of them in costumes and face paint invoking Day of the Dead traditions.
Colorful balloons will drift over the nascent Autodromo Yucatán race course this January as part of an four-day cultural festival intended to be an annual event.
The Palomeque family compound is the grand dame of Fundacíon BAI’s Showcase of Homes this year. A talk with the 80-year-old owner, whose father built it.
With a purse of 5 million pesos, 1 million more than last year, the City Council on Monday began an open call for musicians, film makers and visual artists to take part in Mérida Fest 2017.
The Paseo de las Ánimas procession, kicking off the Day of the Dead, returns on Friday, Oct. 28, bringing tens of thousands of people to the street.
The fifth edition of the The International Festival of Mayan Culture, also called FIC Maya, begins Oct. 13 and runs until Oct. 23.
Since Nordika’s design showroom came to town, the romance of tropical Mexico has played well with the venerable, cool beauties from Denmark.
If the amount of trash left behind is the measure of a successful celebration, then Mérida’s official Independence Day ceremonies were a huge hit.