San Antonio area festivals, events you have to check out this fall

Music, arts and culture you can't miss in San Antonio


SAN ANTONIO – Alamo City always has something going on, from the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo to the Rock ’n’ Roll Marathon.

Whether you call SA your home base or you're just passing through, there’s something here for everybody.

This year is jam-packed with festivals and events as San Antonio celebrates it’s big 3-0-0.

World Heritage Festival - Sept. TBD 

The World Heritage Festival is an annual collaborative event to celebrate and promote our San Antonio Missions, a UNESCO World Heritage site, the website says.

San Antonio Beer Festival - Oct. 20 

Tons of local breweries get together in San Antonio to celebrate all things beer. 

Alamo City Comic Con - Oct. 26-28 

Celebrities ascend on San Antonio every year for Alamo City Comic Con.

Mala Luna Music Festival - Oct. TBD 

If you love rap, hip-hop and house music you won’t want to miss Mala Luna.

Wurstfest - Nov. 2-11

Sprechen sie fun? German food, music and beer await you in New Braunfels at Wurstfest.

Diwali Festival of Lights - Nov. TBD

Experience the festive tradition of India that symbolizes the victory of good over evil, the Diwali San Antonio website says.

Luminaria - Nov. 9 

Luminary celebrates contemporary art with edgy installations and performances in downtown San Antonio.

Ford Holiday River Parade - Nov. 23

Ring in the holidays with this iconic night parade filled with lights, costumed float riders and music, the website says.

Wassailfest - Dec. TBD

It's an evening of music, fun food, great shopping, thousands of twinkling holiday lights and free wassail.

Ford Fiesta De Las Luminarias - Dec. TBD 

Experience a century’s old tradition as you stroll along the San Antonio River, guided by more than 2,000 luminaries.

San Antonio Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon & ½ Marathon - Dec. 3 

The Rock ’n’ Roll Marathon Series has made running fun for more than 20 years with live bands, cheer teams and more.

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