Sinsacate Festivities


Royal Road Festival

It is held on the last Sunday of each month during the summer, starting in January and concluding in March. On the stage set up in the main square, folklore music is the protagonist. Visitors and neighbors gather here to enjoy live music shows, an excellent handicrafts fair and the presentation of several guest dance academies.


Facundo's Month

In February, Sinsacate pays homage to General Facundo Quiroga with a series of events and activities. This is an excellent opportunity to explore the Royal Road, since they collaborate with other towns to generate moving proposals to pay homage to the caudillo from La Rioja. The schedule of activities varies from year to year, with captivating proposals that combine adventure, passion, history, and culture.


Every year, in mid-February, the carnival celebrations take place, with the traditional parade of floats, murgas and comparsas, the election of the representative of Sinsacate and lively musical shows. 


Festival on Wheels: Food Trucks

In March, Sinsacate’s main square receives food trucks. These trucks delight everyone with their dishes and gastronomic variety, to the beat of live music and shows for the whole family, making this event one of the most important Festivals on Wheels in the North of Córdoba.

Via Crucis

The living Via Crucis in Sinsacate. Considered the second in importance at national level for its charming journey and its realistic imprint, it is a must-see.

“Waiting for the 25th” Folk Night

This traditional folklore party is held every May 24, on the eve of a new anniversary of the May Revolution in the Salón Municipal Real (Royal Municipal Hall). The evening features a full line-up of artists and dance academies, and at midnight the Argentine National Anthem is sung with emotion and patriotism.

Virgen de Guadalupe Patron Saint Festivities

In honor of Nuestra Señora Virgen de Guadalupe, Sinsacate celebrates its Patron Saint's Day every August 12 with a mass and caravan through the neighborhoods.

Day of the Origin

December 10, 1584 was adopted as the Day of the Origins of Sinsacate because it was the date when Miguel de Ardiles received a land grant covering the current territory of Sinsacate. The original inhabitants were the Calabalunga, who became part of the Ynchisacate entrustment. The celebration includes several shows and the traditional Chin Sacat awards ceremony to outstanding neighbors of the community, in the facilities of Casa Nóbile.

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