Chincha's big bash is a celebration of Afro-Peruvian culture revolving around music, dance, poetry and food. Events take place in the Plaza de Armas in Chincha and also in El Carmen.
This famous grape-harvest festival includes all manner of processions, beauty contests, cockfights and horse shows, music and dancing, and of course, free-flowing pisco and wine.
While the Fiestas Patrias celebrating independence from Spain are also a big deal elsewhere, they are celebrated particularly fervently in Pisco due to the city being integral in the formation of the Peruvian nation…
Lunahuaná hosts an adventure-sports festival in late February or early March.
Lunahuaná's grape harvest is in the second week of March.
A week-long celebration of the tourism sector with a series of cultural activities, exhibitions of handicrafts, wine tastings and a beauty contest.
The festival in honor of the patron virgin is a mainly religious affair that takes place in the streets of the city center.
This religious pilgrimage culminates in fireworks and a traditional procession of the faithful that keeps going all night.