San Antonio will learn Monday whether it will be picked to host the NCAA men’s basketball Final Four within the next eight years.
The Alliance of American Football announced Wednesday it has selected San Antonio as one of its eight founding cities.
Guests attending NEISD athletic events this fall will be required to follow a clear-bag policy, similar to that required at the Alamodome.
After hosting tens of thousands of people for the NCAA Men’s Final Four last weekend, what’s next for the 25-year-old Alamodome?
Hordes of attendees made their way through the walkway outside the Alamodome as Villanova fans celebrated their team’s Monday night triumph.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg said the four-day event will attract 70,000 visitors, fill more than 40,000 hotel room nights, and generate “priceless media exposure.”
Michael Sawaya, who oversees the convention center and the Alamodome and is one of the longest-tenured department heads with the City of San Antonio, has resigned to accept a position at the convention center in New Orleans.
The local organizing committee for the NCAA Men’s Final Four will begin on-site and online registration for volunteers Wednesday at Main Plaza.
Domingo has earned 12 Grammy and two Emmy Awards, conducted more than 500 performances worldwide, and sang in every important opera house in the world.
The Alamodome’s revamp was designed to bring the building up to the level of top sports and entertainment venues across the nation.