Guide to road closures and parking for Fiesta San Antonio 2023

VIA Metropolitan Transit’s Park & Ride Service fare is $1.30 each way

VIA Metropolitan Transit’s Park & Ride will be available from multiple locations for many Fiesta events, including the Fiesta parades, NIOSA, and the King William Fair. A full schedule and locations can be found on VIA’s website. (VIA)

SAN ANTONIOFiesta brings tens of thousands of people together in downtown San Antonio every year and that means parking might get a bit tricky.

Fiesta-goers should consider taking public transportation, ride-share, biking or walking to Fiesta events when possible to avoid the parking problem.

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Street closures during Fiesta

Fiesta Fiesta at Travis Park - Thursday, April 20

  • Street Closures from April 18 at 7 p.m. to April 21 at 6 a.m. Navarro between Travis and Pecan between Navarro and BroadwayJefferson between Travis and Martin Streets.

Fiesta de los Reyes at Market Square - Friday, April 21 – Sunday, April 30

  • Street Closures from April 18 at noon to May 1 at 5 p.m. San Saba between Dolorosa and Commerce between Santa Rosa and Pecos daily starting at 6 p.m. (weekends starting at noon) Construction in the area has various lane closes on Dolorosa, Commerce and Pecos.

NIOSA at La Villita - Tuesday, April 24 – Friday, April 28

  • Street Closures from April 22 at 8 a.m. – April 30 at 9 p.m. Presa St between Nueva and Market St. Nueva between S. Alamo and St. Mary’sS. Alamo between Cesar Chavez and Market St (event days only 4 p.m. – 1 a.m.) Construction has S. Alamo reduced to one lane each way between Cesar Chavez and Market St. VIA Park & Ride available

Battle of Flowers Parade - Friday, April 28

King William Fair & Parade - Saturday, April 29

Fiesta Flambeau Parade - Saturday, April 29

Downtown construction will also pose obstacles. A full list of lane closures can be found on the City’s Public Works Department website.

Heads Up: The Downtown Tuesday free parking program will be temporarily suspended for Fiesta on Tuesday, April 25. Event parking rates will apply at all City-operated lots and garages. Regular meter rates will also be in effect.

Need to find a parking garage? The map below can help.

VIA Park & Ride

One option for cheap transportation is VIA Metropolitan Transit’s Park & Ride, which will be available from multiple locations for many Fiesta events, including the Fiesta parades, NIOSA, and the King William Fair. A full schedule and locations can be found on VIA’s website.

Park & Ride Service fare is $1.30 each way with discounts available for children, seniors, students, and active-duty members of the military. VIAtrans customers and children under age 5 ride free.

VIA will offer free soft drink coupons for riders, while supplies last, to the Taste of New Orleans and Oyster Bake events.

NIOSA 2022 Vendors (KSAT 2022)

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