Cinco de Mayo is a celebration of Mexican heritage. It commemorates the date of the Mexican army’s victory over France at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. It is also known as Battle of Puebla Day.
Cinco de Mayo is a colorful, inclusive festival. It started as a way to celebrate Mexican heritage, and it is now widely celebrated in the U.S. Celebrations are prevalent in cities that have significant Mexican populations and ancestry, especially in the south and southwest.
American celebrations of Cinco de Mayo feature parades and parties including Mariachi bands, Mexican folk music, dancing, Mexican and Mexican-American cuisine, Mexican-inspired cocktails, and costumes.
In Mexico, celebrations of Cinco de Mayo take place primarily in the state of Puebla, where the 1862 battle occurred, though other parts of the country participate in the celebration too. Mexican commemorations focus more on the military, including military parades and re-enactments of the Battle of Puebla, as well as festive activities similar to some places in the U.S.
Celebrations will probably be smaller than usual this year, but I wish a happy celebration to all who participate.
¡Feliz Cinco de Mayo!
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