If you are visiting Cabo San Lucas during the 14th and 15th of February, be sure not to miss the annual San Jose Jazz weekend! A number of renowned local, national and international artists will be performing at Plaza del Pescador in San Jose del Cabo, from 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm, to share their talent in this original and melodic music genre. Enjoy a family-friendly, spirited atmosphere, dine at one of the plaza’s signature restaurants, tap your feet to dynamic Jazz bands and shop your way through the artsy market or the plaza’s retail stores!
The San Jose Jazz Weekend is a true delight to the community and continues to grow in popularity each year, with more than 5000 locals and tourists attending the event in recent years. The atmosphere bursts with vibrancy as music, culture, and art are brought together in one place! The event is set in the modern and voguish Plaza del Pescador but you still get a sense of traditional Mexican culture with a quaint market, art displays, sculptures, and folkloric dance performances.
Take your time to potter around the market and shop artisan goods, jewelry, pottery, and more. Dare to take a shot of locally brewed mezcal or tequila from one of the bars and dine at one of the plaza’s restaurants, with cuisines ranging from Italian to Mexican to Japanese. Check out the plaza’s retail stores where you can find silver goods, surf-wear, shoes, and clothes. Be wowed by the beautiful display of locally painted artwork and enjoy the various dance performances and acts of the night. Lastly, get your dancing shoes on and delight in the incredible live Jazz music performed by several celebrated musicians!
This will be the eighth year that Plaza del Pescador has hosted the popular Jazz event. The plaza is located in the Hotel Zone of San Jose, a short walk from both the Sea of Cortez and the romantic downtown. San Jose Del Cabo is a 30-minute drive along the beautiful coastline from Cabo San Lucas. The bijou town, with its colorfully decorated streets and cobblestone paths, shines with colonial history and has numerous charming restaurants serving authentic Mexican cuisines, such as Pozole and Chile Relleno. The town is home to art galleries, museums and a market where you can find artisan gems, souvenirs, and clothes. Be sure to explore the idyllic town and all of its treasures and grab a delicious street taco (or three) before making your way down to Plaza del Pescador!