The San Jacinto Valley prides itself on its multicultural diversity. As tourism grows throughout the valley, so does a variety of multicultural tourism events.
Multicultural Tourism Events are Growing
The Ramona Pageant, America’s longest running outdoor drama and the official outdoor play of the State of California is one of the best examples of San Jacinto Valley’s multicultural heritage. The play is performed annually over the last two weekends in April and the first weekend in May at the beautiful Ramona Bowl Amphitheatre.
Celebrating our Hispanic Heritage, don’t miss the City of San Jacinto’s Cinco de Mayo celebration.
Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians celebrates our Native American heritage with their yearly Soboba Pow Wow.
Agriculture is a big part of the culture in the San Jacinto Valley and the City of San Jacinto showcases this with an Agricultural Festival.
For information regarding all of the multicultural tourism events happening in the San Jacinto Valley, please check our calendar of events.