Finally! This Thursday the Canaco 2021 Fair returns to Los Mochis


From November 18 to 30, the 25th edition of this family event will be held in the patios of the city’s sugar mill

Los Mochis, Sinaloa.- The Canaco 2021 Fair, a traditional event that for two years paused its organization due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is back in Los Mochis from November 18 to 30 in the patios of the Ingenio.

For its twenty-fifth edition, which is very special, the organizers decided to hold the ticket price to 70 pesos, and with it, attendees will be able to enjoy all the mechanical games, children’s shows, the Grupo RSN musical stage and many surprises.

Marco Vinicio Ibarra Ibarra, president of Canaco Los Mochis, pointed out that everything is ready for this Thursday, November 18, the date on which the maximum celebration of commerce will begin.

“It is walking on wheels, everything is going smoothly, we have 25 covered stands and another series of stands, so to speak, which are those occupied by restaurateurs and those who sell handicrafts. Fortunately, we have the authority that saw this event with very good eyes and, definitely, we have the full support of the City Council ”.

For the event, the organizers outlined a special protocol to ensure the health safety of the attendees. 

Those who attend must use the mask, go through a sanitizing tunnel, their body temperature (less than 37 degrees) will be measured for access, antibacterial gel and maintain a healthy distance. 

In addition, among the important activities that will take place in the framework of the Canaco 2021 Fair, there is the singing contest; The semifinals will be on November 19 and 20 and the grand final on Saturday 27.

And, on the RSN musical stage, you can enjoy the invited artists, some of them are: Los Llaneros de Guamúchil, Los Cedreños, Los Nuevos Llaneros, Los Ciclones del Arroyo, among others. 

It should be noted that the municipality of El Fuerte will have a special participation with a stand to promote the natural beauties and tourist attractions that the magical town has.


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