This Saturday is Cinco de Mayo, the fifth day of May. Although the holiday originated as a holiday to celebrate the 1862 victory of the Mexican army over France in the Franco-Mexican war, the holiday has spread throughout the United States as a day to celebrate Mexican culture.

To celebrate Cinco de Mayo cities all around the United States hold festivities with Mexican foods, drinks and music. Traditional foods such as tacos, enchiladas, fajitas and guacamole are washed down with margaritas. Traditional Mexican music, mariachi, can be heard at many bars and clubs.

Check out Cinco de Mayo activities in your town for a super fun weekend filled with culture, heritage and margaritas.

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