The holiday season will be in full swing this week along the San Antonio River Walk as the Ford Holiday River Parade returns for its 41st year.
Maná added a second show in San Antonio for its México Lindo Y Querido tour “due to overwhelming demand,” organizers announced Monday.
Bluey the beloved blue heeler is coming to San Antonio with her family this December.
A traveling water circus known as Cirque Italia will be performing in Kerrville this November.
A brand new rooftop bar is settling into the Alamo City this December.
Black Barn Alpacas is transforming its ranch into a winter wonderland for the festive season.
Three-time Grammy award-winning singer Pink will stop in the Alamo City on her Summer Carnival 2023 tour across North America.
Well-known dancing violinist Lindsey Stirling will perform at the Tobin Center this month.
A new wine-tasting facility is setting down roots in Fredericksburg.
There is a new addition to San Antonio Public Library cardholders’ available resources.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is offering free entry to all Texas State Parks on Nov. 13 in honor of veterans and active duty military.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is set to kick off its annual rainbow trout stocking and more than 20,000 fish are expected to be stocked along the Canyon Tailrace of the Guadalupe River in the New Braunfels area.
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San Antonio Zoo is honoring military personnel with free admission in November.
Embark on a stunning visual journey, narrated by Mathew McConaughey, into the Lone Star state’s hidden natural wonders.
Gruene will soon welcome a $2 million distillery to the New Braunfels historic district.
Grammy-nominated rock band, Incubus, is stopping in the Alamo City as part of their 2022 summer tour, promoting their new album, Trust Fall.
An immersive Disney experience is coming to San Antonio in 2023.
The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center is celebrating Día de Los Muertos with a free dance production and month-long altar exhibition.
The historic Magnolia Hotel in Seguin, which is rumored to be haunted, is opening its doors for a free open house this weekend.
A free festival of lights that celebrates the traditions and culture of India is returning to San Antonio this November.
From drive-thru light parks to an old Hollywood film set in Boerne, here are some of the places you can check out lights in San Antonio and the surrounding areas.
Get spooky and give back with Morgan’s Wonderland through October.
The San Antonio Zoo’s annual Christmas celebration returns bigger and brighter than ever this November.
Get ready to celebrate Día de Los Muertos at Muertos Fest in San Antonio this October. Here's what to know before you go.
You can light up your holiday season with kinetic hues and flowers of the forest — two new immersive installations that will be at holiday light display Lightscape at the San Antonio Botanical Garden.
Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead is celebrated on Nov. 1 and 2 as a celebration of tradition and pre-Hispanic rituals that date back to more than 3000 years ago.
A free Dia de los Muertos street festival is taking place this weekend in New Braunfels.
HTX Surf is a new man-made surf lagoon that will be making waves in Houston in 2024.
If you are looking for an event to show off your pups’ Halloween costume, look no further.
The fall festival set to take place at Willie Nelson’s ranch has been scaled back from 10 days to three due to the “uncertainty of the touring market,” according to event organizers.
The City of San Antonio's Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission has kicked off its eighth annual art contest.
Kids go trick-or-treating on Oct. 31 around dinner time.
Journey is coming to San Antonio with open arms next spring.
Smithson Valley High School fashion design students will showcase their designs in the Marisol Deluna Community Fashion Show later this month.
Courses in visual, performing, creative and cultural arts are returning to the Carver Community Cultural Center for the Fall season.
Bakery Lorraine’s Halloween-inspired desserts return to the menu for a limited time this month.
13th Floor Haunted House, in partnership with, Don’t Be A Monster, will host an anti-bullying night on October 22nd.
Marble Falls’ annual Walkway of Lights is a 44-day holiday celebration where guests can walk through more than two million lights at a lakeside park.
Trick-or-treating is one of the most beloved pastimes of the Halloween season but it’s not restricted to Oct. 31.
San Antonio Public Library is celebrating Halloween with spooky events through October.