Now in its 79th year, the fundraiser draws around 85,000 visitors, nets more than $1 million, and employs an army of about 11,000 volunteers annually
For the first time in Texas Cavaliers River Parade history, a handful of participants had a shiny and eco-friendly new ride to wave to the crowd from.
Teams representing King Antonio and El Rey Feo took to the green to deliver exciting matches that wowed the crowd of around 200 people.
The annual crowning of Rey Feo took place Friday night at Main Plaza as longtime local businessman Fred Reyes was honored as the 69th king.
Fiesta Fiesta, the official opening party for the city’s “party with a purpose,” moved from its usual location at Alamo Plaza to Hemisfair.
Mobile retailers, the newest breed of 21st century startups, are challenging the City to accommodate and support their emerging business model.
Ballet San Antonio’s dancers migrated from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts to the nearby greenspace to wow spectators with their skill and grace.
During Fiesta Family Day this Sunday, visitors may peruse the collections in the museum and wander about the grounds for free.
Starting Friday, the Northeast stretch of Interstate 35 between Rittiman Road and George Beach Avenue will be closed in both directions for four days.
Hundreds of people gathered around the massive set that crew members had painstakingly assembled over the span of five days to catch a glimpse of the action, slated to air in late June.