Several San Antonians had advised fleeing Fiesta. But Fiesta parades? “Well. You should try it.” I’m glad I did.
The staff and volunteers who organize the King William Fair have gathered various means of alternative transportation along with parking options.
Statistics and visits to some of Fiesta’s early events indicate that organizers have made it easier for attendees to recycle and avoid littering.
The dazzling dresses worn by the Order of the Alamo’s royal court feature trains up to 18 feet long and weigh as much as 100 pounds.
There are a number of affordable and accessible methods of transportation to avoid the parking and traffic hassles that are part of Fiesta.
This week in Just This, we discuss the more than century-long history of San Antonio’s annual Fiesta celebration – its kings, queens, parties and festivals from La Villita to Market Square to the Alamodome.
Planning for Fiesta events includes a well-coordinated effort among the city’s first responders and event organizers to keep revelers safe.
Members of the community will paddle down the San Antonio River during the third annual Mission Reach Flotilla Festival on April 21.
A list of events that will appeal to relative newcomers to Fiesta and old-timers who’ve seen it all, but are still on the lookout for the new and exciting possibilities.
One of the many experiences that make the King William Fair unique compared to other Fiesta events is its dedication to the arts.