Cinco de Mayo 2014
View below the dates for (among others) Cinco de Mayo 2014, you can also see on which day the holiday falls.
Cinco de Mayo in 2014 is on Monday, the 5th of May, the 19th week of 2014 ( days left).
In the United States, Cinco de Mayo is always celebrated on May 5.
|Cinco de Mayo 2014||May 5, 2014||Monday||19|
|Cinco de Mayo 2015||May 5, 2015||Tuesday||19|
|Cinco de Mayo 2016||May 5, 2016||Thursday||18|
|Cinco de Mayo 2017||May 5, 2017||Friday||18|
|Cinco de Mayo 2018||May 5, 2018||Saturday||18|
|Cinco de Mayo 2019||May 5, 2019||Sunday||19|
|Cinco de Mayo 2020||May 5, 2020||Tuesday||19|
|Cinco de Mayo 2021||May 5, 2021||Wednesday||18|
|Cinco de Mayo 2022||May 5, 2022||Thursday||18|
What is Cinco de Mayo?On May 5, 1862, the Mexican army defeated the French army at the Battle of Puebla. This single military battle signified defeat of a European colonial power and a victory for the Mexican people. This single battle was the roots of Cinco de Mayo.
Note: Cinco de Mayo is not the celebration of Mexican Independence which is celebrated on September 16th.
What Cinco de Mayo has come to be is much more than one battle in the colonial history of Mexico. Rather, it has come to signify Hispanic and Mexican pride and a time to celebrate the rich culture.
Today, this holiday is celebrated by Mexicans, and especially the Hispanic community in the U.S. It is a time of song, dance, partying, and in general a time to be proud to be of Hispanic descent. See more about Cinco de Mayo See more holidays in other years, click on one of the links below or view the 2014 calendar.
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See also the 2014 Calendar