This multiple-location event brings a circus of outdoor freaks for rock-climbing, bouldering and woodcutting competitions, as well as running and mountain-bike races.
The biggest Welsh celebration of the year, this multilingual festival sees bards compete in song and poetry.
Fiesta de la Cereza has rodeos, live music and the crowning of the national Cherry Queen during the second weekend of January. Artisan goods are sold and peñas folklóricas (Argentine folk-music concerts) at private …
Along with fútbol and protest, asado is a national pastime. This countrywide event draws huge crowds to grill meat and share it, with a festival of music and craft sales.
On the wet heels of winter, while streets are still mired in mud, El Chaltén celebrates the town anniversary with dancing in the school gym, barbecues and live music.
A weekend of deep-sea-fishing competitions featuring a free Sunday seafood lunch and the crowning of Miss Salmoncito.
The landing of the first Welsh here is celebrated by taking tea in one of the many chapels.
A Welsh literary and musical festival. The tradition started in 1875.
A week-long event that celebrates the city’s 1906 founding.
January’s Festival Nacional de la Esquila features merino-wool-quality competitions and guanaco shearing in preparation for the main event: the much-anticipated crowning of the national sheep-shearing queen.