Hundreds of thousands of party-goers witnessed the return of the Fiesta Flambeau Parade, one of Fiesta’s most attended events, following a two-year absence because of Covid-19.
The Battle of Flowers Parade returned to the streets of downtown San Antonio after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic.
A year after a truncated version of A Night in Old San Antonio, or NIOSA, was held, the popular four-day event returned to La Villita, let’s say, wider than ever.
Fiesta Cornyation made a triumphant return Tuesday night to the Charline McCombs Empire Theatre, and to Fiesta in general, after a two-year hiatus due to Covid.
Tens of thousands of people descended on the River Walk for Fiesta’s annual Texas Cavaliers River Parade on Monday night.
United San Antonio Pow Wow held its annual Celebrations of Traditions Pow Wow, an official Fiesta event, Saturday afternoon at Mission County Park #2 on the South Side.
Thousands flocked to the Sunken Garden Theater over the weekend for the 35th edition of A Taste of New Orleans.
A few hundred packed the Aztec Theater on Friday night for the San Antonio AIDS Foundation’s (SAAF) annual fundraiser.
Thousands of people gathered for Fiesta Fiesta, the official start of San Antonio’s 11-day party with a purpose at Hemisfair on Thursday night.
Fiesta may have started last week, but on Monday, thousands of San Antonians flocked to the River Walk for the Texas Cavaliers River Parade—the first major public gathering since the Covid-19 pandemic canceled the annual event last year.