Famed Tejano musician and San Antonio native Flaco Jiménez has been added to the list of headliners for the Tricentennial’s New Year’s Eve celebration.
It’s official. REO Speedwagon and Pat Benatar will headline San Antonio’s Tricentennial New Year’s Eve event at Hemisfair in 25 days.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg has requested that the City of San Antonio take a serious look at how it works with outside agencies and nonprofits.
The last remaining evidence of some of these buildings can be glimpsed now, if only for a time now, as San Antonio readies for its Tricentennial.
The Tricentennial Commission is now less than $2.9 million away from its fundraising goal, thanks to reduced costs associated with the New Year’s Eve party.
San Antonio is one of two unique American cities, the other being New Orleans, that will celebrate 300 years of existence in 2018.
The McNay Art Museum was awarded the inaugural Sotheby’s Prize for its upcoming exhibition “Pop América: 1965-1975,” set to open in October 2018.
San Antonio can remember its past, celebrate its people, and lead into a better future by making the Tricentennial about women and women’s empowerment.
Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6) called for a “full audit” of the Tricentennial Commission on Tuesday, little more than 24 hours after its CEO resigned.
Tricentennial Commission CEO Edward Benavides resigned from his position Monday, less than seven weeks before San Antonio kicks off the year-long celebration of its 300th birthday.