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November 2018
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November 2018 Events in Puerto Rico

November 2018 – What’s Happening in Puerto Rico?

November 2018, Yup it’s November 2018 and here in Puerto Rico not only does that mean Thanksgiving but also the start of the Christmas Season . Yes, you read that right, November sees the start of the longest Christmas Season here in Puerto Rico. Here are a few of the highlights happening this month.

November 2018

November 2018 EVENTS:

Christmas Lights Switched On

Various towns around the island have already started announcing the dates when they will be switching on their Christmas Lights:
Nov 8, Humacoa – More info on their Facebook Page
Nov 9, Ceiba – More info on their Facebook Page
Nov 16, Canovanas – More info on their Facebook Page
Nov 23, Aibonito – More info on their Facebook Page

Nov 10, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton Tickets go on Sale

Lin-Manuel Miranda is bringing the Broadway hit Hamilton to Puerto Rico in Jan 8 – 27, 2019. Tickets will go on sale on Nov 10, 2018 starting at 9am at the Teatro de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Río Piedras, as well as Ticketpop locations and online at Ticketpop.

Also happening in November 2018

November 2018

Nov 2-4, Monster Jam Triple Threat, San Juan

The Coliseo de Puerto Rico in San Juan will be hosting the Monster Jam Triple Threat, featuring some of the best Monster Trucks around
More Info: Facebook

Nov 29 – Jan 6, La Feria – The Park, San Juan

The Christmas Fair with rides, games, live music and more, will open on Nov 28 and run all the way through to Jan 6, 2019
More Info: Facebook

Nov 11, Free Admission to Forts in Old San Juan

San Cristobal and El Morro Forts in Old San Juan will celebrate Veterans Day by offering FREE admission

Note: All events are subject to change, so contact the event organizers for up to date information. Discovering Puerto Rico is not responsible for any schedule changes

Resource: PR Tourism Co, local media

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