Cinco de Mayo
Police say a 24-year-old man arrested following a fatal shooting during a Cinco de Mayo parade in Detroit has been released as the investigation continues.
Police have increased their presence in southwest Detroit, preparing for possible gang retaliation following a fatal shooting at Sunday’s Cinco de Mayo parade.
Against the backdrop of an otherwise colorful, peaceful event; shots rang out striking at least two people and killing one.
A parade was held on Vernor with live music, horses and marchers in traditional costume.
Centro Multicultural La Familia is hosting a major fundraiser this Friday to mark the holiday.
There are a variety of events that celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Southwest Detroit. The Mexicantown area features special entertainment throughout the holiday.
Looking for Detroit’s best fajitas? Head to Mexicantown. These neighborhood hot spots are your best bet for the sizzling Mexican cuisine in the Motor City.
The holiday celebrates the May 5th anniversary when the Mexican militia defeated the French in the Battle of Puebla, a small town in Mexico.
Award-Winning Comedian “Weird Al” Yankovic to perform at Detroit’s Fox Theatre on Cinco De Mayo (May 5). Tickets go on sale Saturday, January 14, at 10 a.m.
People from all over Metro Detroit are joining Mexican American merchants on Bagley Street for the annual Cinco de Mayo Celebration.