2 May

Cinco de Cuatro

The 5th of May, bet­ter known as Cin­co de Mayo is a hol­i­day we are all famil­iar with. But we must ral­ly to put Cin­co de Mayo behind us once and for all. We must crush this awful Hol­i­day as we know it, and embrace a new, bet­ter, stronger, ear­lier Hol­i­day, the cel­e­bra­tion of Cin­co de Cua­tro!


Cin­co de Cua­tro is a New­port Beach Hol­i­day start­ed in 1982 by Lucille and George Bluth. It was the per­fect way to destroy all Cin­co de Mayo food and dec­o­ra­tions so that Lucille’s His­panic staff wouldn’t take May 5th off. It was all part of the Bluth’s “war on May the 5th”.


The fes­ti­val grew over the years and was even­tu­ally embraced by the His­panic com­mu­nity. The annu­al event con­cludes with a boat parade called “The Fes­ti­val of Lights,” a phrase the Bluths want­ed to reclaim. So this year, find some Cin­co de Mayo dec­o­ra­tions and smash them to tiny bits on the REAL Hol­i­day of Cin­co de Cua­tro!



Hap­py Cin­co de Cua­tro to all and to all a Good night!

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