List of Festivals in Argentina

May1st Labour Day (dia de las trbajadores): National FiestaDía de la Vrgen de Luján means big celebrations in this pretty religious town in the region of Las Pampas.Between the 11th and 18th May, contemporary art lovers should head to Buenos Aires for Arte BA, an absolutelyenormous arts festival where high quality exhibitions spring up all over the city.JuneThe 20th is the anniversary of the death of Manuel Belgraño, designer of the Argentine flag. During the Semana de la Bandera (Week of the Flag) the citizens of Rosario pay their respects at the monumento nacional a la bandera.The 24th marks the death of ledgendary Tango star, Carlos Gardel and fans make a heartfelt pilgrimage to his grave in the Chacarita Cemetery in Buenos Aires.AugustFor 10 days, the beautiful ski city of Bariloche (in Argentina's Lake District) celebrates the Fiesta Nacional de la Nieve (National Snow Fiesta) a definite must for lovers of the slopes.One week also sees the Semana de Jujuy where this attractive city in the northwest region of Argentinabursts into life for a week of partying to celebrate the founding of the city.SeptemberLa Hoya ski resort in Esquel, Patagonia celebrates the Fiesta Nacional del Esquí (National Ski Festival), anothersnow filled, fun packed party.OctoberGet yourself to Villa General Belgrano (nearCórdoba) in the first two weeks of October forOktoberfest - an enormous beer festival that celebrates the German culture of the region.12th Dia de la Raza (Colombus Day): National FiestaA incredible tribute to the Welsh heritage of Trelew and the other Welsh villages of the Chubut Valley (Patagonia) have been celebrating the Eisteddfodau since 1875. If you're interested in Welsh music and literature this week long festival is the best time to learn all about it.Patagonia's Esquel celebrates the Fiesta Provincial del Teatro, an artsy celebration where you can catch a wide selection of interesting theatrical works.NovemberThe first Saturday of the month, Buenos Aires leaps into action with its Gay Pride festival- floats, processions, expositions and merriment.Make sure you are in San Antonio de Areco on the week of the 10th for the Día de la Tradición (Day of Tradition) which is actually a whole week of celebrations and fiesta in honour of Argentina's Gaucho tradition. Expect to see lots of cowboy-esque activities, traditional food and drink, music and dancing all in the heart ofGaucho land,Las Pampas.DecemberMid-month is the Festival de Chámame in Corrientes (El Litoral) which celebrates this interesting traditional music style with lots of dancing and concerts.25th Christmas Day: National Fiesta

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List of Festivals in Argentina
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May
1st Labour Day (dia de las trbajadores): National Fiesta Día de la Vrgen de Luján means big celebrations in this pretty religious town in the region of Las Pampas.
Between the 11th and 18th May, contemporary art lovers should head to Buenos Aires for Arte BA, an absolutely enormous arts festival where high quality exhibitions spring up all over the city.
June
The 20th is the anniversary of the death of Manuel Belgraño, designer of the Argentine flag. During the Semana de la Bandera (Week of the Flag) the citizens of Rosario pay their respects at the monumento nacional a la bandera.
The 24th marks the death of ledgendary Tango star, Carlos Gardel and fans make a heartfelt pilgrimage to his grave in the Chacarita Cemetery in Buenos Aires.
August
For 10 days, the beautiful ski city of Bariloche (in Argentina's Lake District) celebrates the  Fiesta Nacional de la Nieve (National Snow Fiesta) a definite must for lovers of the slopes.
One week also sees the Semana de Jujuy where this attractive city in the northwest region of Argentina bursts into life for a week of partying to celebrate the founding of the city.
September
La Hoya ski resort in Esquel, Patagonia celebrates the Fiesta Nacional del Esquí (National Ski Festival), another snow filled, fun packed party.
October
Get yourself to Villa General Belgrano (nearCórdoba) in the first two weeks of October for Oktoberfest - an enormous beer festival that celebrates the German culture of the region.
12th Dia de la Raza (Colombus Day): National Fiesta
A incredible tribute to the Welsh heritage of Trelew and the other Welsh villages of the Chubut Valley (Patagonia) have been celebrating the Eisteddfodau since 1875. If you're interested in Welsh music and literature this week long festival is the best time to learn all about it.
Patagonia's Esquel celebrates the Fiesta Provincial del Teatro, an artsy celebration where you can catch a wide selection of interesting theatrical works.
November
The first Saturday of the month, Buenos Aires leaps into action with its Gay Pride festival- floats, processions, expositions and merriment.
Make sure you are in San Antonio de Areco on the week of the 10th for the Día de la Tradición (Day of Tradition) which is actually a whole week of celebrations and fiesta in honour of Argentina's Gaucho tradition. Expect to see lots of cowboy-esque activities, traditional food and drink, music and dancing all in the heart of Gaucho land,Las Pampas.
December
Mid-month is the Festival de Chámame in Corrientes (El Litoral) which celebrates this interesting  traditional music style with lots of dancing and concerts.
25th Christmas Day: National Fiesta
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