2021 San Antonio events that have been canceled, postponed due to COVID-19
Recently, Fiesta San Antonio officials decided to push the two-week party from April to June due to ongoing COVID-19 safety concerns. Here’s a look at which San Antonio events have been canceled or postponed so far. King William Fair: The fair and parade will not take place at all in 2021, organizers announced on Tuesday, Feb. 2. Organizers of the quirky King William Fair, which has been an official Fiesta San Antonio event since 1968, said they hope the event can return on April 9, 2022. PostponedFiesta: Fiesta San Antonio officials confirmed that the event that was scheduled for April 15-25 would be postponed until June 17-27, 2021.
King William Fair, parade canceled for 2021 due to coronavirus concerns
SAN ANTONIO – The coronavirus pandemic has forced the cancellation of another beloved Fiesta San Antonio event. The King William Fair will not take place at all in 2021 due to safety concerns over COVID-19, organizers announced on Tuesday. The announcement came a day after Fiesta San Antonio officials confirmed other Fiesta 2021 events are being postponed until June. ¡Viva Fiesta!”AdThe King William Fair typically consists of a parade, vendors and live music on the streets in the historic district. Fiesta San Antonio officials on Monday said the two-week party that was scheduled for April 15-25 would be postponed to June 17-27.