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The town of Caleta Olivia celebrates in the month of May an event to honor all the workers, on May 1 as it is the Worker Day. There are two holidays in which residents and visitors enjoy various outdoor activities and musical performances.

The event takes place since 1987 and is organized by the Municipal Department of Sports, Culture and Tourism. It is an event born from a group of neighbors wanting to celebrate Labor Day as a feast.

Visitors can tour the area of the festival and watch various craftsmen stands. You can also enjoy musical performances by local artists, regional and national issues during the two nights.

Another important activity is the election of the Queen of Patagonian Worker. Just participating queens throughout the region, who give a colorful and attractive to the festival.

The 24th edition of the Festival was held on 13 and 14 May 2011 at the Sports Complex of the town. The organizers ensured that the event passed by many visitors because of the momentous events can have in the region. Artists, artisans and the general public are looking forward to this event year after year.

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