We were in Mazatlan during the low season. Even during the low season, the Playa Mazatlan's La Fiesta was sold out everytime. Since we were staying at the Playa, we were able to get there early and had decent seats.
It was very entertaining and would have loved to take my kids there.
Dress Code: People were dressed in all types of clothing. There did not seem to be a dress code.
Hotel Playa Mazatlan has the longest-running dinner show fiesta in Mexico. The Fiesta Mexicana began in 1966 and has been a very popular activity in Mazatlan ever since. Running weekly, this is a complete evening with entertainment, a wonderful Mexican buffet, and tropical drinks, live music, and dancing. You will be treated to a performance of pre-Hispanic and traditional dances dressed in colorful costumes, variety acts, songs, and music from all over Mexico. Do not be afraid to bring your children with you. Our son was 13 at the time we were there and he enjoyed the food and the show almost as much as we did.
Dress Code: Ladies should wear a casual lightweight dress, or skirt and top. Men should dress in lightweight slacks, and light shirt.