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Fiesta Gartenfest April 26-28, 5 p.m. Price: $3-$5 Make plans to join the Beethoven Maennerchor and celebrate Fiesta German-style. Come early and enjoy the lively Biergarten as it fills with sounds of German entertainment and Gemuetlichkeit. Enjoy German food and beverages as well as entertainment provided by the 50-piece concert band and other performers. The dance band plays until midnight. Beethoven Halle und Garten, 422 Pereida in Southtown
Fiesta de los Reyes: Fri., April 21, 10-12 a.m., Sat., April 22, 10-1 a.m., April 23-28, 10-12 a.m. and Sun., April 30, 10-12 a.m. 10 days of free, quality entertainment. This is one of the largest free Fiesta celebrations and has something in store for the entire family. Experience daily live entertainment from multiple stages featuring a variety of music, from the best in Tejano. Cumbia, and Conjunto to rocking cover bands. Enjoy Fiesta staples such as funnel cakes, agua fresca, turkey legs, fajitas and much, much more. Your taste buds will have a Fiesta as you enjoy food from over 30 delicious food booths. Historic Market Square 514 W Commerce Street Downtown
Fri., April 21, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. The only official Fiesta event for people 55 years and older. This event is free and will have live entertainment, special guest appearances, door prizes, dancing and dozens of vendors providing free promotional items and information on topics such as retirement planning and living, home improvement, health and wellness, leisure and senior services, etc. Where: Wonderland of the Americas, 4522 Fredericksburg Rd, San Antonio 20 minutes from Hidden Valley RV Park
Fredric and Emma from Tarragona Spain...stopping at Hidden Valley RV Park for a San Antonio visit. From Spain to Canada down the us coast, over to TX, then Big Bend, up the west coast and across by ship to Japan, then thru Russia on the way back to Spain, Now that's a road trip!
Fiesta Artisan Show Fri., April 28, 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Sat., April 29, 10 a.m.-11 p.m. and Sun., April 30, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Free On the River Walk Extension (close to Shops at Rivercenter) Vendors display and sell beautiful handmade merchandise along the San Antonio River Walk. Artisans are different for each show but usually include pottery, textiles, jewelry, woodwork, paintings, bead-work and more. Corner of Camden and Newell
Is it really important to use special TP in your RV Toilet? If you want to find out, just use charmin or one of the really cushy quilted many ply types for a month or so. Although some have gotten away with it, it's best to test your favorite brand with your water to find the best for you. Do the TP test. It's easy and takes just a few minutes. Fill an empty jar or glass with water straight out of the tap. Put a couple of sheets of your toilet paper in the water. Wait 3 to 5 minutes, the paper should start to break down. You should be able to see it start to fall apart. You may find some grocery store brands work fine and they are generally a little cheaper than the "For RV TP." We just had to have an RV black water tank pumped and cleaned and take it from me...you don't want to have to pay for that more than once in your life.
Taste of New Orleans Fri., April 21, 5 p.m.-12 a.m., Sat., April 22, 12 p.m.-12 a.m. and Sun., April 23, 12-11 p.m. Price: $12-$15 Experience unique and exquisite New Orleans food in a festive atmosphere. Experience Creole and Cajun dishes like gumbo, crawfish, shrimp etouffee, red beans & rice, boudin and many other favorite cuisines of the region. Blankets, strollers and folding chairs are welcome. Sunken Garden Theater 3875 N. St. Mary's St. San Antonio
Have you really experienced Fiesta if you haven’t been to the carnival at the Alamodome? The lights are spectacular, the rides are thrillingly fun and the food booths are perfect for a night of shenanigans. This is a Fiesta favorite for good reason. 6 to 11pm each night 4/20 thru 30
Where everyone walks around with confetti in their hair! Festival de Cascarones Sun., April 30, 1-8 p.m. Free Texas A&M University just minutes from Hidden Valley RV Park-San Antonio invites you to the official Fiesta San Antonio finale! The all day event offers live music, food, games and activities for the whole family. For a place to cool down, the festival offers a Kid Zone and movie area in the auditorium. Music performances by The Last Bandoleros (currently touring with Sting), Girl in a Coma(San Antonio's own all-girl rock band), and one of A&M-San Antonio's own student-led bands- to be announced soon! Texas A&M University-San Antonio, One University Way SA
Fiesta San Fernando, April 26-29, 11-1 a.m. Free Each year the cathedral hosts Fiesta San Fernando, a celebration of family, food and fun. Live entertainment daily and beautiful arts and crafts booths for your enjoyment. 115 W. Main Plaza San Antonio
Fiesta Oyster Bake Fri., April 21, 5-11 p.m. and Sat., April 22, 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Price: $20-$35 This event features more than 100,000 oysters served baked, raw and fried plus 70+ food and beverage booths that dish up savory favorites and quench every thirst. Enjoy continuous Rock, Country, Tejano, R&B / Hip Hop, Pop and Children's musical entertainment, as well as a full carnival and a special Fireworks Spectacular on Friday evening. Tickets Available for Purchase at The Fiesta Store
Fiesta starts at Hemisfair Park at 5-9 p.m. April 20. Get the party started down at Fiesta at Hemisfair, the official opening of this year’s festivities with the breaking of cascarones. Enjoy live entertainment throughout the night while you have the chance to meet Fiesta royalty and other special guests.. Within the party, you can also buy, sell or trade Fiesta pins and medals at Pin Pandemonium.
This Saturday and throughout the summer, save theses dates for FREE showings of these movies at the nearby Mission Marquee Plaza. The perfect venue...bring your snacks and drinks, blankets and chairs to sit out on the lawn and watch the movie.
Fiesta Flambeau Parade Sat., April 29, 6:30-10 p.m. Price: $16.50-$30 The Fiesta Flambeau Parade is the largest illuminated night parade in the nation. The parade is viewed by approximately 700,000 people in the streets of downtown San Antonio and another 1.5 million on television. The theme for this year is "City Lights and Celebrations." It will be led by the University of Texas Longhorn Band followed by local and out of town bands, marching units, equestrian units and spectacular floats and other attractions to delight and create a night of spectacular illumination! Parade Route Broadway at E. Grayson St. to N. Santa Rosa Ave. at W. Travis St.
Battle of Flowers Parade Fri. 4/28, 12-4 p.m. Price: $12-$25 The Battle of Flowers Parade honors the heroic spirit of the patriots of the Alamo, commemorates the victory of San Jacinto and celebrates the diversity and heritage of Texas and our nation. The parade has entertained our city every year since 1891, except during World Wars I and II. Parade Route, Broadway at E. Grayson St. to N. Santa Rosa Ave. at W. Travis St
The moment we've been waiting for is finally here! It's time to eat all the Chicken on a Stick, break all the cascarónes and collect all the medals you can. Fiesta only comes around once a year — better live it up while it's here! Thurs 4/20 to Sun 4/30/17
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