Deeply rooted traditions of gallantry and horsemanship are reflected in the charros’ elegant attire, finely-crafted riding gear, and their social mores.
Saturday night’s weather forecast predicted showers at the Fiesta Flambeau Night Parade, but no rain fell on the signature Fiesta event that enlivened downtown.
Thousands took to San Antonio’s downtown streets Friday to catch a glimpse of the 126th annual Battle of Flowers Parade.
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
The 52nd annual Cornyation pulled no punches this year with its tongue-in-cheek, hilarious sketch comedy about local and national current events.
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.
Charrería has its roots in the state of Hidalgo and Jalisco and is considered one of the most representative traditions in Mexican culture.
By late 2017, an advanced water catchment system, a sculptural pavilion, and “rescue trees” will become part of Confluence Park on the Mission Reach.
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.