Special Events in Cuba

Here is a list of events in Cuba throughout the year.

  • • Check the links for tours that include participation in SPECIAL EVENTS.
  • • Look for the little Red dog'stips and/or recommendations from our staff.


Festival de la Trova LonginaA musician plays at the trova festival in Santa Clara, Cuba

January Annual

This is a music festival held in Santa Clara. It is named after a well known trova song composed in 1918 by popular Cuban musician Manuel Corona. Corona was born in the Villa Clara Province, of which Santa Clara is the capital. One of the events of the festival is a walk from Santa Clara to the town of Caibarién to honor the composer's birthplace. Trova is a style of music that was very popular in Cuba and there are many very famous Cuban songs written in this style that are known around the world, and still very much loved and remembered today.

Despite having a successful career as a musician, Corona's had a hard life and fell on rough times. He was attacked with a knife by a man who was the pimp of his prostitute girlfriend. This gave him an injury to his hand and he was never able to play the guitar very well after this. From that moment onward his only income was royalties from his compositions, and the last years of his life were lived in poverty.


Havana International
Book FairCrowds of people at the Havana International Book Fair

February Annual

This is a very popular event which attracts people from within Cuba and also from countries all around the world, especially Spanish speaking countries. Although its called the Havana Book Fair, the event takes itself to many different cities around Cuba. In Havana the fair is hosted in the Cabana fortress, which has a dramatic location on a hill on the opposite side of the bay to Old Havana. The event is attended by book lovers, publishers, writers and celebrities. Apart from book sales, the event includes lectures from some of the authors, some theatre and dance performances, as well as film sessions.


Festival del HabanoA variety of different Cuban cigars

February/March Annual

The is Cuba's most important festival for cigars. It attracts cigar lovers from all over the planet. The tendency over the last few years for the festival has been to grow year on year, and that trend is only predicted to continue. Cuba's famous brands, including Cohiba, Montecristo, Partagas, Romeo y Julieta, H Upman, and even smaller privately run Robaina, are all involved. Visits to cigar factories and tobacco plantations are on offer, and seminars, cigar rolling demonstrations, and tastings are included. Offical festival website.

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Esteban Salas Early
Music FestivalA poster promoting the Esteban Salas Early Music Festival

Feb Annual

The life and works of 18th Century Cuban composer Esteban Salas are celebrated in this annual festival that has been celebrated since 2003, which was the year that represented 200 years since the composer had died. Salas worked in many classical music styles including Medieval, Baroque, and Renaissance . Venues include some of Havana's most impressive churches, chapels, theatres, and cultural centres.

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Memorial Guillermo Barreto
Festival The famous Cuban percussionist Guillermo Barreto

March Annual

A percussion festival in the name of one of Cuba's greatest percussionists. Being a country of rhythms where every musician seems to be an acomplished percussionist, it is no mean feat to be known as one of Cuba's best. Guillermo Barreto was that and more. He was a featured artist at the Tropicana Club in Havana at its height of popularity during the roaring 50's.

Percussion in Cuba is a revered art and taken very seriously. It is even a sacred act in many Afro-Cuban religious ceremonies, where the beating of drums communicates with the gods. The festival features performances, competitions, concerts, lectures and speeches.

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Santiago Álvarez Memorial International
Documentary Festival A poster promoting the Santiago Alvarez Memorial International Documentary Festival

March Annual

This event comprises a documentary competition, and demonstrates Cuba's support for a film-making genre that depicts contemporary realities and gives a voice to independent journalists, artists and individuals to communicate what they see as interesting and important issues in the world today. Its an alternative to main-stream media that is often sponsored by wealthy individuals or organizations with motives that can be corrupted by business interests. The host city is Cuba's second largest - Santiago de Cuba. Santiago Alvarez was a Cuban filmaker who died in 1998 and who's work included montage techniques that many believe were the original inspiration for the modern video clip style. He was a founding memeber of ICAIC - The Cuban Film Institute. See the official festival website for more details.


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International Pepe Sanchez
Trova Festival A Cuban traditional music band playing in a small bar in Santiago de Cuba

March Annual

Santiago de Cuba is the host city for this festival which celebrates the Trova music genre. Trova has a few diiferent styles and sub-genres, and many of these are represented at the festival by musicians who are passionate about this romantic form of musical expression. There are exponents of more traditional Cuban Trova - which involves the troubador style of voice, but incorporating song as well as poetry, and normally accompanied by a guitarist playing a classical nylon string guitar. Filin is a popular sytle that is represented in the festival. It is Cuban Trova combined with the bolero rhythm. Nueva trova is the style that is influenced by British, US and Brazilian popular music where the lyrical themes can vary from romantic to social comentary and critique.

The festival began more than 50 years ago - way back in 1962 - and was named in honour of a local composer from Santiago de Cuba Jose ('Pepe') Sanchez who died in 1918. He was considered the father of the Cuban style of Trova. The festival culminates on March 19 which is known as Troubador Day, and is the date of Pepe Sanchez's birth in 1856.


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Caribbean Dance Biennial
A fusion of colours that is a troupe of dancers performing at the Caribbean Dance Biennial in Cuba

March , every 2 years

Dancers, choreographers, teachers and students from the Caribbean and other parts of the world meet during this event as a way of promoting dance in a historically, ethnically and linguistically diverse region. The event will be an excellent opportunity to enjoy performances important soloists and companies from other countries of the region.


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Trinidad Cross ProcessionA panoramic photo of the rooftops of Trinidad de Cuba

Good Friday Annual

The Way of the Cross Procession is a religious tradition that passes through the spectacular colonial streets of Trinidad, on Cuba's south coast every year on Good Friday. As part of the Easter celebrations, the procession was apparently designed originally to trick looting pirates, and it follows a route marked by crosses.


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Muestra Internacional
de Nuevos RealizadoresA rooftop scene from an alternative film participating in the Cuban International film festival

April Annual

This event promotes alternative and independent film and video producers . It includes film screenings of young and upcoming producers, as well as contemporary cinema (both Cuban and International), meetings, seminars, discussions, and workshops lead by important film directors. There is also a film script competition and a film posters competition.

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Gibara Low Budget
Film FestivalA poster promoting Cuba's Gibara low budget film festival

April Annual

The small, windswept, and usually quiet coastal town of Gibara in Eastern Cuba, plays host to this film festival that showcases some of the worlds best low-budget, independent, and alternative films.

It doesn't have the glamour of other well known independent film festivals, such as Sundance, but that also means it is largely free from the commerical side of the industry that can make for a less artisitic and less attractive experience.The festival involves music concerts, and theatre, as well as fashion shows and exhibitions of other arts such as photography, painting and sculpture.


Highly recommended and a favourite festival- tour guide Tony.

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Old Havana: City in MovementDancers perform at the City of Movement festival in Old Havana, Cuba

April Annual

National and international dancers and dance companies perform in the squares, parks and musuems of Old Havana colonial . The UNESCO World Heritage listed colonial sector of Havana makes a spectacular setting for the artists who perform both tranditional and contemporary dance. Workshops, exhibitions and conferences run alongside the dance performances.

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May Day CelebrationsMassive crowds at the May Day event in Havana, Cuba

1st May - Annual

May Day is massively celebrated in Cuba with workers in every town marching with their colleagues to the Revolution Square. Cultural and musical events are held as well as speeches from leading figures. The largest gathering in Cuba is in Havana, where every year more than a million workers, gather at the Plaza de la Revolucion at the foot of the giant statue of Cuba's godfather of the Revolution - Jose Marti.

In 2016 we have tours that include participation in this event where, in Havana, you will join in the march to the Plaza de Revoluction:

  • 8 day Original Cuba Tour - April 24 to May 01, 2016. The parade is on the last day (the departure day) of the tour. To take part in the event, participants' departure flight will need to be after midday on May 1st.
  • 8 day Original Cuba Tour - April 30 to May 07, 2016

MAY DAY MARCH - see more information and photos of past groups participation!

Highly recommended by all our staff.

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Romerias de MayoDancers performing at the Romerias de Mayo cultural festival in Holguin, Cuba

2 - 8 May - Annual

Despite it's name, this event is more pagan in character than it's Catholic veneer. It does involve a pilgramage to the top of the hill next to the Eastern Cuba city of Holguin, however the participants are predominantly artists, dancers, actors, and intellectuals rather than religious devotees, and they celebrate art and Cuba's mixed cultural heritage (including Indian and African) instead of a particular deity's death, birth or apparition.

The first recorded occurrence of the week long festival was in 1790, and many traditions from that first celbration of cultural diversity are maintained.

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CubadiscoA Cuban band poses for a photo at the Cubadisco event in Havana, Cuba

May Annual

The annual Cubadisco is an excuse to show off Cuba's musical flair. Local musicians perform in different theatres and venues throughout Havana, prizes are awarded to notable figures in the industry, and the hottest new records are unveiled. Every year there is a different theme, often a specific musical genre, and a country of honour.

The 2016 Festival will honour the music of Angola.

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Festival Internacional
de PoesíaA poster promoting Cuba's International Poetry Festival

May - Annual


A meeting ground for poets from every continent, the International Poetry Festival includes a number of activities, such as seminars, readings and exhibitions. The World Meeting of Poets in Defence of Humanity is also celebrated during the festival.


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International Electroacoustic
Music Festival A man rides his bicycle past massive masks - munecones - that are used in carnivals in Cuba

mid March Annual

Previously known as the Varadero Spring Festival, the Electroacoustic Music Festival is now held at different venues in Old Havana. It is and international event that attracts prominent composers and personalities of this genre from around the world. The event is put together by Juan Blanco, who is one of the leading figures of this music genre in Cuba.

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Havana BiennialA poster promoting the Havana Biennial

May - June 2017

The Havana Biennial is one of Cuba's, and in fact Latin America's, most important and inspirational art festivals. It draws participation from hundreds of contemporary artists from around the globe, and is a magnet for many more art lovers and observers. Artworks are on display in innumerous galleries, museums, and public spaces throughout Havana. If you are in Havana at the time, even if you are unaware of the event being held, you will soon find out as you are most likely to end up seeing some of the exhibitions just by accident. The art presented is not limited just to paintings and sculptures but includes performance art as well.

The event was first held in 1984 as a competition for artists. It has since grown in both magnitude and statue, and has evolved into something more meaningful - perhaps the purpose the festival now serves is a coming together of creative minds and one of reflection - something which is no doubt enhanced with the setting of the streets and buildings of Havana, and the story behind them.

Highly recommended - Operations manager Clarita .

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International Ernest Hemingway
Needlefish TournamentErest Hemmingway and Fidel Casto presenting prizes at the Ernest Hemmingway Needlefish tournament

13 June Annual

This is a fishing tournament held off the coast from Havana, for the big needlefish species such as wahoo, marlin, and tuna whose natural habitat is in these nutrient rich waters. Catching these fish was one of Ernest Hemmingway's most passionate pastimes. It can be said that loved to fish as much as he loved to drink, and it was he himself that established the event in 1950 and hosted it for a decade until his unhappy exit from Cuba. The festival has it's headquarters at the Hemmingway Marina, and attracts hordes of fisherpeople from many different countries.

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Festival Internacional
Boleros de OroA famous Cuban singer performing at the Havana International Boleros de Oro music festival

June - Annual

Venue: Mella and America theatres and UNEAC - HAVANA.
The International Golden Boleros Festival celebrates the popular bolero genre of music. This genre has had a marked influence in other countries of the area, including places as far away as Spain and Japan, and it's first festival, held in Havana in 1987, is considered the oldest of its kind in Latin America. What started as a celebration in Havana, the festival spread across the country due to Bolero being such a popular and most loved music genre throughout Cuba.

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Trinidad Carnival
(Fiestas San Juaneras)A carnival float at the Fiestas de San Juaneras in Trinidad, Cuba

June 24 - 27 Annual

Known locally as the Fiestas San Juaneras this party runs for 4 days every year between June 24 and 27 in the streets of the beautiful colonial city of Trinidad. It involves street parades, elaborate costumes, floats, games, and competitions. There are also displays of hoursemanship from the local guajiros, and a local carnival queen is chosen and ceremoniously crowned.

Read more about the Fiestas San Juaneras.


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Camaguey Carnival
(San Juan Camagüeyano)A poster promoting the Camaguey carnival in Cuba

June 24 - 29, Annual

Much like the Trinidad carnival on the same dates, the Camaguey event starts on June 24 - San Juan day. It is a very traditional and long standing festival and proabably one of Cuba's oldest of this kind, with historians knowing of it's existence since the 1700's.

Despite, or perhaps partly because of it's conventional nature, the carnival is celebrated every year in Camaguey with great energy and fervour with highly adorned floats, costumes, and musical groups playing the traditional conga rhythm. Much like the Festival of Fire in Santiago de Cuba, the San Juan Camagueyano culminates in the burning of a statue of St Peter.

Highly recommended - Tour Leader Roger.


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International Corhabana
Choir FestivalA choir performing at Cuba's international choir festival

June / July Annual

Through song, this festival seeks to foster international friendship and solidarity. Both Cuban and international choirs participate and there are also choral workshops to attend. perform concerts throughout Havana City. Choirs perform in major venues such as the Basilica de la Habana and the Teatro Amadeo Roldan as well as in local neighborhood venues and in schools.

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Festival del Caribe
(Festival of Fire)a conga band plays on the streets of Santiago de Cuba during the Festival del Fuego

3-9 July, Annual

Santiago de Cuba hosts this week-long festival that celebrates music and dance from all over the Caribbean area. Called by some the Festival del Caribe and by others the Festival del Fuego it aims at being a forum for exchanges between the diverse cultural manifestations of the region and is dedicated to strengthening ties between peoples and nations by highlighting common cultural elements. It features free outdoor concerts, indoor shows, processions of decorated vehicles, and parades of spectacularly attired dancers, foodstalls, beer stands, and goat powered cart rides for children. Join or view the facebook page for 'Festival del Fuego': Festival del Fuego

Read more about this festival

Highly recommended - Operations manager Clarita .


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Santiago de Cuba Carnivalyoung conga dancers gather to participate in the Santiago de Cuba carnival

21 - 27 July Annual

The Santiago de Cuba carnival is widely reguarded as Cuba's best, biggest, and most traditional. Apart from the size and scale of the celebrations across the city, the main parade is impressive it's colour and expression of joy, and the dancers and musicians display a high level of ability. This all happens during the hottest time of year in the hottest city in Cuba. The combination of the heat and the passion of the celebrations makes for a very intense experience.

The carnival pauses midway to honor the national date of July 26 (see the following event below), making for a peculiar sentiment of reflection and solemnity before the event returns to it's exuberant raucousness.

Read more about the Santiago de Cuba Carnival

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26 July CelebrationsCubans celebrate July 26 - one of their national days

26 July - Annual

26 July is the most important date on Cuba's revolutionary calendar. Patriotic and revolutionary fervour grips the nation, and streets are covered with communist banners, posters and official graffiti. The date is the anniversary of Fidel Castro's ill-fated 1953 assault on Santiago de Cuba's Moncada Barracks, and also the birth of Cuban writer and patriot Jose Martí. Fidel's attack in 1953 failed and the dictator, Batista, was not actually overthrown until 1959. However the date is when the movement started that eventually became the Cuban Revolution. At the Moncada barracks in Santiago, the names of the martyrs of the revolution are read out and guns are fired. Speeches from Cuba's leaders are broadcast on all national television stations.

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Festival Internacional de Rapa performer at the Havana International Rap festival

1st Aug - Annual

This festival is also known as Habana Hip Hop. It is hosted every year in Alamar - a barrio on the Eastern side of Havana, across the Bay from Old Havana. The festival started in the 1990's when hip hop and rap suddenly became very popular amoung Cuban youth. One of the reasons perhaps was that at this time, economic conditions in Cuba were quite desperate and access to musical instruments was even more difficult than normal.

The themes of this genre in Cuba can be critical in nature and the lyrics often centre around social topics, racism, and injustice. So for some people, it is a pleasant surprise that this genre is given an offical place on the Cuban cultural calendar and recognized as a legitimate artform, especially considering the sometimes controversial nature of the lyrics. It has been suggested that the CIA has secretly helped fund the festival and some of Cuba's rap artists in an attempt to foment protest against the Cuban government.

The festival welcomes international performers as well as showcasing the talents of local Cuban artists, and as the festival grows it is starting to incorporate other related forms of expression such as rap dancing, grafitti, and even short films.

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Havana Carnivaldancers at the Havana Carnival

August Annual

While a poor cousin to the more traditional version in Santiago de Cuba, Havana's Carnival still provides a spectacular display of music, dancing, conga lines, colourful costumes, fireworks, beer, and rum. Parades run the length of the Malécon and rich traditional music competes with more contemporary sounds. Look out too for the Muñecones - huge masks worn by dancers, in the parades. They are accompanied by the faroleros - dancers who carry a multi-coloured accessory resembling a streetlight, which they rotate constantly. Cuba's renowned carnivals were discontinued for a while during the "special period" in the 1990's (when the collapse of the USSR ended the enormous subsidising of the Cuban economy, and which combined with the US trade embargo, created a severe economic crisis in Cuba). Now that the situation has improved (partly due to the government's new emphasis on tourism), Carnival in Havana is back on the menu.

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Matamoros Son Festivalan image of the Matamoros Son Trio

Biennial

The Festival of Son is set in the city of Santiago de Cuba - the birthplace of much of Cuba's music. The festival is a tribute to one of the most famous names and most important composers in Cuban Music - Miguel Matamoros - who was born Santiago De Cuba in 1894. This festival is a meeting of many famous traditional music musicians in Cuba who are joined by international artists from all over the world.

The festival involves a multitude of seemingly endless concerts, lectures on music Cuban music, dances, workshops, book and CD launches, and dance competitions in traditional Cuban styles such as cha-cha-cha, son, salsa, casino, mambo, and danzon. Performances take place in many of the well known venues around the city including: Casa de la Musica, Casa de la Trova, Teatro Heredia, Salon del Son, and Casa de los Dos Abuelos.

Click here - to read more about the Festival.

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CDR AnniversaryCubans celebrate the anniversary of the CDR with neighbourhood street parties

Sep 28 - Annual

The CDR (Comite de la Defensa de la Revolution) is the neighbourhood level socialist organisation of the Cuban populace. Every Cuban resident is part of a CDR which may constitue just a dozen houses on one block of city street. The CDRs have regular meetings to communicate news and changes from the Cuban government, and to coordinate their neighbourhood to protect it against crime and to discourage anitsocial behaviour. Each CDR has specific local residents appointed in positions of authority and responsbility, such as a president. CDR meetings can be serious and sombre, but also involve activities and fun to help neighbours get to now each other and to gell the neigbhourhood.

The CDR anniversay is one of the most festive CDR meetings of the year and can be a great opportunity for visitors to Cuba to meet and interact with everyday Cubans, especially if you are staying in a local guesthouse. It plays out more like a veritable street party. A caldosa stew is cooked in a big pot on the street over a wood-fire and games are played by the children.


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Havana Ballet Festivala performance during the Havana Ballet Festival

Annual

Ballet is a very important artform in Cuba, and Cuban Ballet is of a high international standard. The Havana Ballet Festival is Cuba's premier ballet event and is of international renown. It was founded in 1960 by Cuba's iconic Prima Ballerina, Alicia Alonso, and is held every two years. Famous dance companies from around the world come to perform and of course the outstanding Cuban ballet companies are also on show. The main venues are the Gran Teatro, which has recently been renamed as the Alicia Alonso Gran Teatro de La Habana, and the Teatro America. As the festival grows in statue and prestige, it now incorporates art exhibitions, film screenings, and conferences, and has spread to other cities in Cuba. More details can be found on the official festival website.

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Havana Theatre Festivala poster promoting the Havana Theatre Festival

Nov Annual

This little known festival is a great event to attend in Cuba if you are a theatre buff, although a vast majority of the performances are in Spanish. There are theatre presentations for both adults and children, and the event welcomes international theatre groups. Venues are in many of Havana's theatres across the city and also in open cultural spaces. There are some dance performances incorporated, as well as theatre workshops, conferences, and exhibitions. You can see more details on the festival website.

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Festival Internacional
de Coros
A choir peforms at the Havana International Choir Festival

November Biennial

The International Choir Festival has been held in Santiago De Cuba since 1961. Choir groups from around the world gather here to perform in a huge variety of venues across the city, including public squares, schools, and even hospitals and factories. The principal venue however, and the original venue for this festival, is the Santiago Cathedral. It was here that the first choir compositions where known to be written in Cuba by Esteban Salas, who was the chapel master of the Cathedral during the second part of the 18th century.

Music at the festival, however, is not limited to the ecclesial, and all choir styles are welcomed and celebrated.

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Marabana Marathona participant competes in the Havana Marathon

3rd Sunday each November


This sporting event held on the 3rd Sunday of November every year, attracts an attendance of between 1 and 2 thousand walkers and runners, including locals and international athletes from nearly 30 different countries. The half marathon route goes through some of the more scenic areas of Old Havana, Central Havana, and Vedado. Participation is offered for distances of full-marathon (2 laps), half-marathon, as well as 5, 10 and 15km. One day before the Marathon, the internationally recognized running project Maracuba takes place. It mobilizes over 1 million participants and is said to be the largest running event. Simultaneously participants of all ages from hundreds of communities, remote areas, and mountain regions take off for the 3000 and 4000 meter tracks, becoming part of a memorable running experience.

OFFICIAL MARABANA INSCRIPTION for foreign participants online.

See the official WEBSITE

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Havana Jo JazzChucho Valdez performs at the Havana Jo Jazz festival

Nov Annual

This Jazz festival features outstanding young talent in this genre of music, and is held in the Amadeo Roldán Theatre Iconic Cuban pianist Chucho Valdez is the main force behind the establishment of the festival on the international jazz circuit, for musicians and composers over 16 years but under 30 years of age. In a noble gesture to pass on his legacy to future generations, winners in their different categories are offered the chance to record with Chucho himself.

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Havana Film Festivala poster promoting the Havana Film Festival

Dec Annual

Popular among film lovers and cinematographers alike, this festival is also known as the International Festival of New Latin American Cinema or the Festival de Nuevo Cine Latino Americano. Films from filmakers across the Caribbean and Latin American region are shown in cinemas throughout Havana. Several different categories are welcomed including short films, animation, documentaries, as well as feature length films. There is a special category for Cuban filmakers. The festival has been running since 1979. In that inaugural year the festival was blessed with the presence of the celebrated Colombian author Gabriel García Márquez who participated as one of the judges.

FESTIVAL WEBSITE.

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Havana Jazz FestivalA jazz band performing at the Havana Jazz Festival

Dec Annual

This festival is an internationally renowned event that consistently attracts an excellent line-up of jazz musicians - both local and international. Cuba has its own famous genre of jazz, and the importance placed on music by the Cuban Government and the Cuban society means that there is an almost endless supply of new and exciting local talent on offer. Performances take place in the Casa de la Cultura Plaza, Teatro Nacional de Cuba and other venues across the city.

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Parrandas de RemediosColorful floats at the Parranda de Remedios Festival

19 - 24 Dec, Annual

The small town of Remedios is famous for its Christmas festival, called “Las Parrandas de Remedios”. The celebrations are considered the oldest in Cuba, and by those who are familiar with them, the most wild and crazy. Events include street parades with rumba percussion ensembles, music and verses, a float display and the very dramatic fireworks competition.

This event coincides with the following tours:

Tours will be in Remedios for the biggest night of the weeklong celebration - Dec 24.

PARRANDAS DE REMEDIOS - see details.


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Charangas de BejucalA Cuban musician sings during a music festival in Cuba

24,25,26 Dec, Jan 1
Annual

The small town of Bejucal, on the outskirts of Havana (about 50min from the centre), is host to this festival that is known as Havana's oldest. The festival has seen better days, however, as recently it has known to have degraded to little more than a disorganized street party with predominantly recorded music. It is still pretty lively, however the glory days seem to be long gone, when internationally recognized bands such as Los Tambores de Bejucal graced the event with their stirring rhythms. Much like the Parrandas in Remedios, the Bejucal festival centres around a traditional rivalry between two conga groups. See more... about this festival.

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New Years Eve in HavanaThe Cathedral square in Old Havana, Cuba

31 Dec - Annual

The biggest New Year's Eve party in Havana is a special dinner/show put on at the impressive Cathedral Plaza in Old Havana. The only restaurant in the Square called El Patio brings all their tables outdoors and caters for 300 diners. Wine, champagne, beers and all sorts of spirits, including the famous Habana Club rum, are served plentifully and the food is a assortment of Cuban recipes. A purpose built stage hosts a spectacular Tropicana style outdoor music and dance show

You can see this event on the following tours:

This celebration is very popular and is recommended by all our staff if you are in Havana.
STAFF TIP: purchase your tickets early as they sell out!!!!

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