Mazatlan bazaars… Check out what’s coming this summer and prepare your wallet


No matter what weekend you plan, a bazaar will be waiting for you to visit it and not leave empty-handed.

MAZATLAN. – If your thing is to consume with the locals, why not visit a bazaar? Every weekend, in June or July, there will not be one or two, but several entrepreneurial bazaars where you can enter and buy what you were looking for so much, but couldn’t find. Are you ready? 

Central Bazaar 

El Macetero next June 11, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., you will find clothes, accessories, and also plants, and many plants, so give yourself the opportunity and the space to attend because you will surely come out with something. Its location is on Justo Sierra street number 32 in the Estadio neighborhood.  

Gastronomic Market 

The first pure food bazaar will be held, the setting will be the Ciudades Hermanas park and the girls from Mercado Rosa are the organizers, to register, you must enter their social networks and they have a form, run because there are few places left. It will take place on June 19 from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.  

Pride Fest 2022 

On June 12, from 3:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., the Black Sirens will have a bazaar they called Pride Fest. It will be totally dedicated to art, there will be galleries, open mic, catwalk, performance, tattoo and piercing party. Where? In Recreo, Constitución street number 209 in the Historic Center.  

What’s coming  

Mega Bazaar Fhova 

Although the date is not yet confirmed, it is known that it will be in the Central Park, bringing together, in an open-air space, more than 150 entrepreneurs who seek to position their brand, and attract clients for businesses that have already started but that They don’t know how to address the public. 

Héctor Andrés Cruz Fernández and Alberto Osuna Barrón are already in their fourth edition. Its origins go back to when both, being children and neighbors, accompanied Alberto’s grandmother to the famous tianguis de la Juárez. Over the years, they looked for a way not to let themselves be inside the trade and by joining together they set up Fhova bazaars.  

“It is that entrepreneurs have a space, feel confident that there they will be able to relate and grow, everything is with the vision of going further and we want to be that place, that is why we thought of doing it in a more visible space, more open and bigger like Central Park,” said Héctor.  

They think big and are looking to add other horizons such as Culiacán, a place that is also gaining strength in the bazaars, however, they have not yet defined the date of what could be their first regional bazaar.  


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