This is a yearly event held in Escazu. This is the day when all ox-cart owners get together and parade down the streets of Escazu. They end up in the San Antonio plaza, right in front of the church. Then, an afternoon event with music, dances, and food is enjoyed by the "boyeros", their families, and expectators alike.
A parade of more than 250 ox carts begins in Escazu and slowly goes up to San Antonio. The parade is leaded by a music band called a "Cimarrona" and dancing "Gigantas" accompany the band. Behind the music come all the ox carts with their proud owners leading their oxen and the children inside the carts wearing their typical Costa Rican dresses.
All the oxcarts arrive in San Antonio and the party keeps on until the night with games, music, dances, and food.