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A new, furry fall festival is opening in Floresville next month.
The Comal County Fair and Rodeo kicks off Wednesday in New Braunfels.
Prost! Oktoberfest is returning to the Tower of the Americas this fall.
A massive interactive fountain and 5,000-square-foot-splash pad is now open in Dallas.
The Classic Theatre of San Antonio is kicking off its 15th season with the play “Roosters” by Milcha Sanchez-Scott.
You can celebrate the heritage and culture of the Texas Hill Country at the Kerrville River Festival this Saturday, Sept. 17.
Comedian Jo Koy is making a stop in San Antonio on his upcoming world tour.
San Antonio’s 13th Floor Haunted House will debut three new terrifying attractions at its grand opening this weekend, according to a news release.
Zoo Boo! is returning for the Halloween season with free trick-or-treating and exciting interactions for little ghouls and goblins.
You can watch horror movies in a haunted house this Halloween season at the Terror High Film Festival in San Antonio.
“American Mariachi” now playing at the Public Theater of San Antonio
Texas Pumpkin Fest will take place from Oct. 8-30 at VFW Post 10427 in Leander, just north of Austin.
The San Antonio Fall Home and Garden Show will take place at the Alamodome this month.
Rich with history, and potentially paranormal sightings, Victoria’s Black Swan Inn will play host to San Antonio’s Paranormal Fest once again.
Texas Parks and Wildlife officials are urging boaters to follow basic safety precautions on the water ahead of Labor Day weekend.
This fall, the San Antonio Zoo invites country, rock, and Latin music fans to its first-ever Zoo Fest.
Celebrate the start of fall at the Dripping Springs Pumpkin Festival.
San Antonio Zoo is showing appreciation for current doctors, police officers, firefighters, and EMTs by offering free admission through September.
The tropical bar, Hugman’s Oasis, is shaking things up with a new to-go cocktail menu and new business hours beginning Thursday.
Two popular fishing spots in San Antonio are going to be restocked with catfish ahead of Labor Day weekend.
View a list of some of the events going on in San Antonio and the surrounding areas in September.
The team behind 'The Modernist' are opening a new bar downtown this weekend.
Celebrate San Antonio’s German heritage with free beer tastings and live music at Parktoberfest.
The event will include various fizzy beverages, enticing photo opportunities, and live music on the main stage.
A popular Austin-based restaurant known for its made-from-scratch comfort food like queso and dessert-like pancakes has opened up its first San Antonio location.
The cast of the iconic 80s movie “The Lost Boys” will ascend on San Antonio this weekend at the Wonderland of the Americas for an event dubbed the “Summer of Santa Carla” in celebration of the movie’s 35th anniversary.
San Antonio’s Woodlawn Theatre is now holding performances for "A Chorus Line" through Sept. 4.
Walmart has partnered with Getaway, a nature-centered vacation company, to create convenient shopping outposts called General Stores located at select Getaway outposts across the U.S.
7-Eleven brings back its 'Bring Your Own Cup Day' at the end of August.
Huzzah! Thy Texas Renaissance Festival will return this fall but first — festival organizers need lords and ladies to help run the show.
The San Antonio Zoo has seen all types of endangered wildlife give birth these past few months.
A unique Texas glamping experience lets guests sleep in safari tents in the heart of a working honey farm.
For $5, visitors can bring their dogs with them (on leashes) as they tour the San Antonio Botanical Garden’s 38 acres between 8 and 11 a.m. each day this month.
Labor Day is the signal that the summer season is coming to a close as people fire up the grill for a backyard barbecue or take one last road trip during the long weekend.
More than 75 participating San Antonio restaurants will offer fixed-price menus during Culinaria’s annual Restaurant Weeks event.