🌸 WATCH: Texas Cavaliers River Parade 2022 on KSAT 12

The Fiesta San Antonio event is hosted by Myra Arthur and David Sears and features a performance by Randy Rogers Band

SAN ANTONIO – The Texas Cavaliers River Parade drew thousands of people to the banks of the San Antonio River on Monday, April 4. See the full parade in the video above.

The unique floating parade took place from 7-9 p.m. and aired live on KSAT 12 TV, on KSAT.com and on KSAT Plus, our free streaming app that works with most smart devices.

Randy Rogers served as the parade’s grand marshall and performed during the broadcast.

Following the parade, SA Live hosted a River Parade After Party, hosted by Mike Osterhage and Fiona Gorostiza.

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🎊PARADE TIME!🪅 Myra Arthur and KSAT 12 David Sears are getting ready for the Texas Cavaliers River Parade! Texas Cavaliers River Parade Watch the parade here at 7pm -https://www.ksat.com/news/local/2022/03/31/watch-texas-cavaliers-river-parade-monday-at-7-pm/

Posted by KSAT 12 & KSAT.com on Monday, April 4, 2022

Proceeds from the parade go towards the Cavalier Charitable Foundation which raises money for children’s charities. To date, the foundation has donated more than $10 million to charity, according to Fiesta San Antonio.

This year the Texas Cavaliers raise more than $1 million for Haven for Hope. A check presentation will take place at the Jack Guenther Pavilion at the Briscoe Western Arts Museum prior to the parade.

Watch Fiesta coverage on KSAT

Here’s when all the major Fiesta parades will take place in 2022 and when you can watch them on KSAT 12, KSAT Plus (our free streaming app) and on KSAT.com:

About the Authors:

Myra Arthur is passionate about San Antonio and sharing its stories. She graduated high school in the Alamo City and always wanted to anchor and report in her hometown. Myra anchors KSAT News at 6:00 p.m. and hosts and reports for the streaming show, KSAT Explains. She joined KSAT in 2012 after anchoring and reporting in Waco and Corpus Christi.

David Sears, a native San Antonian, has been at KSAT for more than 20 years.