• Interior Design Studio in Los Angeles Midnight at the Oasis
    March 6-8, 2020
    The Southwest's premier Classic Car and
    Nostalgia Festival.
    Featuring more than 900 Classic
    Cars, two nights of concerts, a friday
    night cruise and a Thursday night Rally
    on Main Street in Downtown Yuma
  • CRC Balloon Festival
    November 22-24, 2019
    Held each November the festival spans three
    days featuring launches on the mornings
    of Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The highlight
    of the event is a hot air balloon glow at the
    Desert Sun Stadium, choreographed to music
  • Yuma Territorial Marathon
    January 25, 2020
    Featuring both a full and a half marathon
    over a sanctioned course this race has drawn
    entrants from around the country. Run on
    a Saturday morning over a mostly level
    course it has seen numerous runners
    record their best times. The marathon
    is an official qualifying race.
  • Holiday Pageant
    November 30, 2019
    The Ken and Betty Borland Holiday Pageant
    and Tower Lighting is held the Saturday
    after Thanksgiving each year and features
    dance routines, Christmas Carols and
    holiday cheer. The highlight is the
    lighting of the tower making it a
    200-foot Christmas tree.
  • July 4th Ceremony
    July 4, 2019
    The Caballeros celebrate Independence Day
    with a 7:00 am ceremny at the Armed Services
    Park in Downtown Yuma. The honors servicemen
    and women, featuring speeches from the local
    base commanders and recognition of local
    Marines and Soldiers. The Stars and Stripes
    is raised at the ceremny as well as at the
    mast of the Yuma water tower.

Welcome To Caballeros de Yuma Website

The Caballeros de Yuma were formed in 1962 by a group of 20 businessmen for the purpose of greeting groups and VIPs who visited Yuma (AZ) County. A second purpose was to sponsor special events, which publicized and attracted visitors to the City and County of Yuma. From those humble beginnings, the Caballeros have grown to almost a hundred strong – all local businessmen who work voluntarily without pay. and Our events also have grown in number, size and stature, making them among the most popular activities in the Southwest.

Proceeds from the events directly benefit community organizations, many of which volunteer their time and energy to assisting the Caballeros in producing top quality events. Youth organizations, local high schools, youth athletic teams, service clubs and other non-profits contribute numerous hours of labor to make events such as Midnight at the Oasis a success. Since its creation the Caballeros de Yuma have contributed through its events in excess of $3 million to the Yuma community.


Caballeros de Yuma Scholarship Program

Each year the Caballeros de Yuma award $17,000 in scholarships to deserving youth of Yuma County. Seven of the scholarships valued at $1,250 each are awarded to high school students graduating from Yuma, Kofa, Cibola, Antelope, San Luis, Gila Ridge and Yuma Catholic High Schools. An eighth scholarship is awarded to a graduating student from one of the six charter high schools in the county.
In addition, four scholarships valued at $1,250 each are awarded to a Yuma County college student already enrolled at the University of Arizona, Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff and Northern Arizona University, Yuma. Two scholarships valued at $1,000 are awarded each year to Yuma County students enrolled at Arizona Western College. For details, criteria and application forms visit the link below:

Caballeros de Yuma Scholarships



matoMarch 6 - 8, 2020

Midnight at the Oasis

CRCNovember 22-24, 2019

CRC Balloon Festival


February, 2020

Bull of the Desert

marathonJanuary 25, 2020

Yuma Territorial Marathon and Half Marathon

TowerNovember 30, 2019

Holiday Pageant

flagJuly 4, 2019

July 4th Ceremony