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Live music and cool cars will return to the banks of the Guadalupe River at the Kerrville River Roadster Show.
The San Antonio Zoo is offering $8 admission from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday in honor of World Elephant Day.
With delicious food, a centerfield view of the game, and smiles and laughs shared between us and you, Aug. 27 is sure to be a day to remember.
Exotic animal vendors will be on hand at the Texas Reptile Expo in McQueeney in September.
San Antonio’s Majestic Theatre is hosting the first national tour of the musical comedy Mean Girls.
Southwest Independent School District is hosting a grand opening on Thursday to celebrate its new Aquatic Center.
The Centro de Artes Gallery in downtown San Antonio has added two exhibits that show “the cultural and societal importance of the immigrant and indigenous experience,” according to the city’s Department of Arts & Culture.
Visitors of Big Bend National Park now have a new 3-mile loop trail to test their hiking skills on.
Two winners will receive two tickets to the Michael Bublé concert on Sept. 17 in San Antonio.
National Frozen Custard Day is Monday, Aug. 8, and in honor of the beloved holiday, Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakhouse will offer free mini sundaes from Aug. 8-14 when you sign up on the Freddy’s app.
The San Antonio Film Festival returns with more than 200 films at the Radius Center downtown.
Here’s a list of some of the events going on in the San Antonio area in August.
Cowabunga! You can watch the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in downtown San Antonio Friday night.
The San Antonio Zoo is hosting another locals day for Bexar County residents on Friday.
Buzzed Bull Creamery uses liquid nitrogen to craft one-of-a-kind booze-packed desserts.
Water flow has been an issue of Texas rivers this summer amid record drought and 100-degree days but the problem is getting worse.
A bright yellow Union Pacific mini train is now in service at Brackenridge Park.
Be strange, but don’t be a stranger at Willie Nelson’s ranch during a 10-day music festival this fall.
The San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo is holding a qualifier event in Uvalde for the first time ever.
Tickets for the immersive holiday light display Lightscape at the San Antonio Botanical Garden are now on sale.
Indoor water parks might be the way to play this summer. Here are six locations for indoor water parks in Texas.
Celebrating the history of the cowgirl, cowboy, and vaquero, the Briscoe Western Art Museum on Saturday will host its annual National Day of the Cowboy celebration.
The city of Helotes is set to receive a $1 million food hall by April 2023, according to the San Antonio Business Journal.
Looking to get outdoors and enjoy lunch with music in Downtown San Antonio? Visit Lunch Break on Houston Street.
Hops and Hounds plans to open a new location along the River Walk.
If you’re looking to get out of the house but avoid the blistering heat, these kid-friendly places around San Antonio are great options the whole family can enjoy.
A “wild area” at Natural Bridge Caverns is now available for guest tours for the first time.
Young chefs from Texas will be competing in the seventh Annual Junior Chef Competition on July 23 in San Antonio.
KSAT 12 is giving out a six-pack of tickets to Six Flags Fiesta Texas to several lucky KSAT Insiders.
Help end cancer with an evening walk lit with hope.
Watch the corpse flower cam at San Antonio Zoo. The beautiful but stinky flower is expected to bloom sometime in the next week.
The rare corpse flower at San Antonio Zoo needs a name and zoo officials are hoping you can help come up with one that doesn’t stink.
There is a special program in the Texas Hill Country that aims to let everyone enjoy the outdoors.
Visit any 7-Eleven, Stripes or Speedway store on Monday, July 11, to get a free small Slurpee.
Maybe don’t haul out the holly just yet, but you can pull out your holiday attire for a “Christmas in July” event that will benefit Dress for Success.
An endangered corpse flower is set to bloom at the San Antonio Zoo for the first time ever.
Rhinory, a winery in Fredericksburg is also the home to Blake, a four-year-old Southern White rhinoceros. The concept came about after owner Craig Stevens witnessed a devastating loss.
One of Texas’ most beloved swimming holes, Jacob’s Well Natural Area in Wimberley, will not allow swimming for the foreseeable future.
The McNay Art Museum’s mission to share visual art with the community of San Antonio and drive innovation through today’s youth is seen through their new interactive studio which opened on Friday.