San Antonio Festivals 2021, 2022

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St. Andrews Christmas Bazaar 2022

St. Andrews Christmas Bazaar

November 30, 2022

St. Andrews Episcopal Church, San Antonio, Texas

Shindig Fall Festival 2021

Shindig Fall Festival

October, 2021

University United Methodist Church, San Antonio, Texas

The Pumpkin Patch San Antonio 2021

The Pumpkin Patch San Antonio

October, 2021

The Pumpkin Patch, 8756 TX-151 San Antonio, TX, San Antonio, Texas

The Shops at La Cantera Art Festival 2021

The Shops at La Cantera Art Festival

October, 2021

The Shops at La Cantera, 15900 La Cantera Pkwy San Antonio, TX, San Antonio, Texas

Greek FUNstival 2021

Greek FUNstival

October, 2021

St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church, San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio Lebanese Food Festival 2021

San Antonio Lebanese Food Festival

October, 2021

St. George Maronite Catholic Church, 6070 Babcock Rd San Antonio, TX, San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio Día de los Muertos 2021

San Antonio Día de los Muertos

October, 2021

Arneson River Theatre, 418 Villita St San Antonio, TX, San Antonio, Texas

Dark Mayhem Zombie Survival Chase 2021

Dark Mayhem Zombie Survival Chase

October, 2021

Victoria's Black Swan Inn, 1006 Holbrook Rd San Antonio, TX, San Antonio, Texas

Esperanza Peace & Justice Center Día de los Muertos 2021

Esperanza Peace & Justice Center Día de los Muertos

October, 2021

Rinconcito de Esperanza, 816 S Colorado St San Antonio, TX, San Antonio, Texas

Mala Luna Music Festival 2021

Mala Luna Music Festival

October, 2021

Lone Star Brewery, 600 Lone Star Blvd San Antonio, TX, San Antonio, Texas

Fall Festival 2021

Fall Festival

October, 2021

King of Kings Lutheran Church , San Antonio, Texas

Circle Fest 2021

Circle Fest

October, 2021

The Circle School, 217 Pershing Ave San Antonio, TX, San Antonio, Texas

Riverwalk Fall Arts and Crafts Show 2021

Riverwalk Fall Arts and Crafts Show

October, 2021

Riverwalk , San Antonio, Texas

Kiss Fall Ball 2021

Kiss Fall Ball

October, 2021

Sunken Gardens Ampitheater, San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio Beer Festival 2021

San Antonio Beer Festival

October, 2021

Dignowity Park, 701 Nolan San Antonio, TX, San Antonio, Texas

River Walk Fall Arts & Crafts Show 2021

River Walk Fall Arts & Crafts Show

October, 2021

San Antonio River Walk, 849 East Commerce Street San Antonio, TX, San Antonio, Texas

Fantom Fest 2021

Fantom Fest

October, 2021

Menger Hotel, San Antonio, Texas

Texas A&M University-San Antonio Fall Fest 2021

Texas A&M University-San Antonio Fall Fest

October, 2021

Texas A&M University-San Antonio West Lawn, San Antonio, Texas

Esperanza Peace & Justice Center Noche Azul 2016 2021

Esperanza Peace & Justice Center Noche Azul 2016

October, 2021

Esperanza Peace & Justice Center, 922 San Pedro Ave San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas

HalloWine Run 2019 2021

HalloWine Run 2019

October, 2021

The Shops at La Cantera, San Antonio, Texas

Oxford United Methodist Church Fall Craft Fair 2021

Oxford United Methodist Church Fall Craft Fair

October, 2021

Oxford United Methodist Church, 9739 Huebner Rd San Antonio, TX, San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio River Walk Halloween Fest 2021

San Antonio River Walk Halloween Fest

October, 2021

San Antonio River Walk, Arneson Theatre, 418 Villita St San Antonio, TX, San Antonio, Texas

Perrin-410 Animal Hospital's Barktoberfest 2021

Perrin-410 Animal Hospital's Barktoberfest

October, 2021

Animal Defense League, 11300 Nacogdoches Rd, San Antonio, TX, San Antonio, Texas

Oktoberfest at Alamo Beer Company 2021

Oktoberfest at Alamo Beer Company

October, 2021

Alamo Beer Company, San Antonio, Texas

Southwest Pool and Spa Show 2022

Southwest Pool and Spa Show

January, 2022

Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center - San Antonio, TX 78201, San Antonio, Texas

About Festivals in San Antonio

Tourist-laden San Antonio is heavy with map-wielding visitors, keen to get their fix of the sights. It’s a beautiful place with a number of historic attractions, and also offers hundreds of events and festivals every year to keep the keen hordes coming.

The annual Day of the Dead celebrations (or Dia de los Muertos if your Spanish is good!) is a unique and unusual spectacle in which the city honours the Hispanic celebration of the deceased. During this festival, families remember their dearly departed and pay homage to loved ones by dressing up and wearing garish and ghastly make up. Across a number of events in the city, you can see a range of traditional festivities, with processions, workshops, authentic dress, altar-building, education and entertainment. It’s a great combination of culture and fun and is a truly authentic taste of Hispanic life.

Mala Luna Music Festival offers a great selection of musicians and performers for two whole days, with big-name headliners along with the best of the region’s young and upcoming talent. Previous performers here have included names such as Travis Scott, Steve Aoki, Kaskade and G-Eazy. The festival seeks to provide the best artists and promote new names in a chilled-out setting, so if you like relaxing vibes and emerging artists, this is for you!

The Annual Asian Festival, which is now in its 30th year, offers attendees a glimpse of traditional Asian traditions, tastes and culture. For one jam-packed day, Texans can experience and learn all about the history and heritage of places as diverse and different as Laos, Thailand, Korea, Japan, the Philippines and more. It’s a family-friendly affair and offers music, performances, food, fashion, arts, crafts and plenty of smiling faces. There are interactive cooking demonstrations, henna, three stages of entertainment, exhibitions, workshops and more.

Fiesta San Antonio also celebrates the diversity of the city and is one of the best festivals in the region, with a great history of fantastic entertainment and education. It includes three major parades, all of which are colourful and crazy, while there is plenty of music in the form of blues, jazz, mariachi, pop and traditional Tejano. The event also includes ample portions of belly-busting treats from a range of cuisines along with flowers, lights, traditional dress, animals, concerts and live performances.