Cabo San Locos - Nightlife
“Land’s End, you have to see it/Ain’t no picture ever say it right/Walkin’ the streets doing that ole Cabo Wabo/Place comes to life every night!” So sang Sammy Hagar, whose Cabo Wabo Cantina remains one of the Land’s End city’s signature late night attractions, as popular today as it was 2o years ago. The competition keeps getting fiercer, however. Nowadays, The Capes Region boasts a veritable throng of nightlife options, from beachfront cantinas, brew pubs and cigar bars to live music venues, hip lounges and nightclubs pulsing with high-energy dance beats. Cabo comes completely and fully to life after dark, when the beaches are empty, the swimsuits have been traded in for party attire, and the operative words become “más” and “tequila.”
Source: El Squid Roe
If you want live rock n’ roll, head to Cabo Wabo. If you want to party til dawn, head to El Squid Roe. The benchmark downtown party spot celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2017, so things may get even weirder and wilder than usual.
Party on the Beach
The secret of Cabo’s boisterous nightlife scene is that it doesn’t always take place at night. Beachfront cantinas like Mango Deck – the legendary Spring Break mecca of Médano Beach – are famous for getting the party started early.
Spring Break Music Fest
Source: Cabo Music Fest
The Wirikuta Cactus Garden is an attraction in its own right: one of the world´s foremost botanical gardens, with nearly 1500 varieties of rare and unusual desert succulents nestled in a spectacular coastal Los Cabos location. Add a lineup filled with hip international DJs and musical performers, and thousands of destination concertgoers, and it is also one of the world’s best event venues. The Cabo Music Fest is scheduled to coincide with Spring Break, and will include space for beachfront activities like volleyball, paddle boarding and yoga. For more information – including ticket prices and the full slate of performers.