There’s no doubt that the events billboard in Monterrey is getting bigger each year and even more complete. The royal capital never fails to surprise us each month with more high quality cultural activities and events to enjoy with family and friends.
October and November are the best months to enjoy the International Festival of Santa Lucia, or simply called the Santa Lucia Festival, which has grown each year since its inception back in 2008. Each year has been larger and more popular than the previous year.
During this international event, all of Monterrey celebrates its history and culture through artistic expressions presented in throughout the city for 17 days. Dance, music, theater productions and circus acts are performed in the streets, with the participation of more than 2,000 local and international artists.
This year, the Santa Lucia Festival will take place from October 25 to November 11.
Monterrey has extraordinary public spaces that set the stage for the artistic talent that is presented at the festival. Of course, you can’t miss the beautiful Paseo Santa Lucía with the MARCO museum (one of the most popular contemporary art venues in Mexico) and the Arts Center located in Fundidora Park.
Most of the locations for this year’s festival are located in the city center, within a few blocks of each other. 2018 festival hosts:
We invite you to attend the Santa Lucia Festival in Monterrey this year, we are sure that it’ll be an event that you’ll enjoy with family, friends, or even alone!
For your hotel in Monterrey, we welcome you with open arms to the Best Western Plus Royal Courts, where we’ll give you the best experience. We are located 20 minutes from all of the festivities in Monterrey – we’re an excellent starting point!
We offer spacious and comfortable rooms, a sparkling pool so you can cool off from the Monterrey heat, and a restaurant with breakfast and dinner service.
Book your stay online today at Best Western Plus Royal Courts and enjoy this festival that is undoubtedly one of the best events in Monterrey.
Photo: Santa Lucia Festival