San Antonio is the place for fun all year round. You'll find food festivals, wine festivals, live music, cultural events, sporting events, and more. If you'd like to know what's happening during your stay at Brackenridge, Lily and Roland would be happy to help you join in the fun!
The King William Fair is a family fair with art and craft vendors, live music and dance on five stages, food and beverage booths, a Kids Kingdom play area and a small but quirky parade, all on the streets of the historic district with its stately homes and gracious gardens.
The King William Association, established in 1967, celebrates the history and diversity of Texas’ first historic neighborhood.
It may be the only neighborhood association in the entire state with four historic districts within its boundaries, including the state’s oldest district created by city ordinance and three districts recognized by the National Register of Historic Places.
"What really sets this event apart is the sparkling beauty of its historic setting near the heart of downtown San Antonio, where the King William neighborhood entices fairgoers to relax and unwind along shady, tree-lined streets adorned with stately Victorian homes, cozy cottages, and gracious gardens."
-- King William Association
Last Saturday of APRIL
FROM 8:00 AM TO 7:00 PM
We are located in the heart of this amazing celebration.
Room reservations for this event are made one year in advance.
Do not miss this amazing celebration!
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3rd Week of APRIL
Fiesta® San Antonio started in 1891 as a one-parade event to honor the memory of the heroes of the Alamo and the Battle of San Jacinto. That historic commemoration still takes place, but for more than a century, Fiesta® has grown into a celebration of San Antonio’s rich and diverse cultures and today is one of this nation’s premier festivals.
10 days and more than 100 events throughout the city. Fiesta events include three major parades:
The Battle of Flowers Parade
The oldest event (1891) and largest parade. It is the only parade in the U.S. produced entirely by women, with the assistance of the Army National Guard. Second Friday of Fiesta from 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM
The Fiesta Flambeau Parade
A night parade, starts at sunset. The parade is illuminated by thousands of lights on the dancers, the band instruments, the horses, the cars, and the floats. Last Saturday of Fiesta from 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM
Texas Cavaliers River Parade
Festive music fills the air and vibrant floats pass by as thousands watch from the banks of the San Antonio River. The River Parade comes to life 7-9 PM on the first Monday of Fiesta each year in April.
A Taste of New Orleans - Louisiana Cuisine.
Fiesta Oyster Bake - Oysters and other foods are offered.
A Night in Old San Antonio (NIOSA) - a four-evening block party at La Villita downtown.
St. Patrick's Day has been celebrated on the River Walk since 1968. Green Bud Light will be sold along with Irish and other ethnic foods. Festival entertainment includes hilarious audience participation activities in between the musical entertainment including the Tater Tot Eating Contest, Lucky Dog Parade, and more.
We invite you to experience the spectacular display of over 100,000 lights draped over the towering bald cypress trees that line the downtown portion of the River Walk. The 2020 Ford Holiday River Parade is held on the Friday following Thanksgiving. Visiting the River Walk to enjoy the holiday lights is free.
The San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo has grown to be one of the largest and most prestigious single events in the city, with over 2 million visitors each year.
The San Antonio Spurs team plays its home games at the AT&T Center in San Antonio.