FIRE CARNIVAL

It has been tradition for many years in Tumaco the realization of their carnival parties during the pre-Easter season ending on Tuesday before Ash Wednesday, 5 days of rumba and full fun with national and international orchestras and guests, With parades of floats on land and sea, dusty streets to the crown during that season, …

GREEN MOON FESTIVAL

An intercultural encounter of the Caribbean music in the starry nights that sound over the “Green Moon”. A week of arts and cultural activities are part of the magic that lives in this event. A hug in the form of music and tradition, which will throb with love, joy and fellowship. The festival contains characteristics …

PETRONIO ÁLVAREZ FESTIVAL

The Pacific Music Festival “Petronio Alvarez” has established itself as a cultural process that seeks to develop, preserve and disseminate the traditional music of the region by creating relationships and social practices from the symbolic dimension of the backbone and representative cohesive regional social fabric that creates a sense of belonging, claiming the values ​​and …

Comet Festival

Every year, during a weekend in August, with the wind season comes happiness. In the beautiful colonial setting of Villa de Leyva the Festival of Wind and Comets is held, during which participants not only have fun but have the opportunity to observe the professional contestants who perform impressive demonstrations in the town square, Competing …

CARNAVAL DE BARRANQUILLA

The first carnival celebrated in the city is lost in history, more than a century ago, when Barranquilla was a small town. However, by word of mouth, various stories have circulated concerning the way Barranquillero people celebrated the carnival; Its form always naive, funny, festive and above all, healthy, have allowed a tradition to be …

Feria de Manizales

La Feria de Manizales, realizada anualmente en la ciudad colombiana de Manizales, reconocida por su Temporada Taurina y por el Reinado Internacional del Café. Esta feria tiene raíces españolas, imitando varias de sus costumbres, pero también con muchas constumbres colombianas, especialmente de la región andina. Empieza el primer fin de semana del año y termina …

DEVIL’S CARNIVAL

It is not a religious Devil, nor is it an anti-Christian feast. Carnival does not touch the religiosity of men. It is a state of mind inherited from the aboriginal cultural tradition and the mixture of cultures and races that lived the western part of what today is called Caldas. The Devil is an inspiring …