Celebrating the 26th Anniversary of Noche Mexicana Sept 23rd in Mérida

Thursday, September 21, 2023

This Saturday, September 23, marks the twenty-sixth anniversary of an event that has illuminated the nights of Mérida, Yucatán. Noche Mexicana, a vibrant celebration of Mexico’s cultural richness, has captivated families and visitors since its first edition in 1997. Over the years, it has provided a stage for local, national, and international artists, as well as a sales platform for artisans and entrepreneurs.


From its inception, Noche Mexicana has been an ever-evolving celebration, blending folklore, music, and traditions. This year, on its 26th anniversary, it presents a special lineup that promises to delight all attendees.

Special Program:

  • Aeda Fernanda: Yucatán’s representative on “LA VOZ MÉXICO.”
  • Saúl Herrera: “El Charro Enamorado.”
  • Ballet Folclórico Titular del Ayuntamiento de Mérida: Special performance with Mariachi Real de mi Tierra.
  • Reyna Adriana: Renowned singer.
  • Banda Sinaloense MB: Joint performance with the Ballet Folklórico Juvenil del Ayuntamiento de Mérida, presenting Mexican genre songs and scenes.

This event is for the whole family, and its lineup is presented by the Director of Culture Irving Berlin. Additionally, the Director of Economic Development and Tourism Jose Luiz Martinez has invited artisans to participate, wearing traditional costumes from their states, at the event starting at 6:00 PM.

Noche Mexicana is not only a showcase of Mexico’s cultural diversity through folk performances but also a valuable platform for local artisans and entrepreneurs.

The starting point of Paseo de Montejo is not just a place to begin Saturday programs; it’s also the hub where tourism converges on our main avenue, Paseo de Montejo. Its significance cannot be overstated, drawing in around 1000 visitors every Saturday.

Noche Mexicana and Remate de Montejo form a unique blend that injects life and vibrancy into Mérida’s evenings. These events celebrate Mexican culture and traditions while providing crucial support to the local community. Don’t miss out on this lively celebration!

For more information on the city and its attractions, a good resource to check out is https://visitmerida.mx/inicio. As noted above you can download their app “Visit Mérida mx” for Android and iPhone, available at:

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