Festivals in Alta Vista


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  • 53rd Annual Greek FUNstival
    Held on the grounds of Saint Sophia Greek Orthodox Church, the 54th Annual Greek FUNstival aims to celebrate Greek culture through attractions for the whole family. Visitors will find a bevy of music, dancing, wine, and food, and can purchase food-and-drink tickets upon arrival. They'll also be able to take a tour of the historic church and unwind with authentic Greek coffee and pastries.
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    2504 N Saint Mary's St
    San Antonio, TX US
  • San Antonio Summer Art & Jazz Festival
    The San Antonio Summer Art & Jazz Festival ushers in summer with its three-day explosion of outdoor music, art and food. Ears watch the sonorous stylings of bands hailing from all over Texas from the comfort of covered VIP seating while enjoying refreshments and, on Saturday and Sunday evenings, tucking into a full dinner. After flexing fingers around forks, attendees can browse art stalls showcasing the talents of local painters, craftsmen and highly trained paintbrushes. In addition to a mental scrapbook's worth of memories, patrons leave with swag including a souvenir badge, autographed posters, and a jazz pin.
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    706 East Euclid Avenue
    San Antonio, TX US
  • Sunken Gardens Theater 2012
    Ska-punk royalty Sublime with Rome, hip-hop icons Cypress Hill, and reggae-rock party animals Pepper pool their crowd-pleasing talents to devise a surefire prescription for the summertime blues. Carrying on the legacy of legendary singer Bradley Nowell, dead-ringer Rome Ramirez leads Sublime with Rome through energetic numbers from its newest record, Yours Truly, as well as rock-radio mainstays, such as “Santeria” and “What I Got,” that still dominate airwaves with a contagiously laid-back attitude. Multiplatinum hip-hop group Cypress Hill continues to meld worldly genres and salute organic gardening in hits such as “How I Could Just Kill a Man” and “Insane in the Brain.” Heading up the summer fun pack, the Hawaii and California hybrid of Pepper stomps and grinds with goodtime odes to love and pogo sticks, as heard in their song “Give It Up.”
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    3875 North Saint Mary's Street
    San Antonio, TX US
  • San Antonio Film Festival
    The San Antonio Film Festival unearths cinematic treasures and provides a platform for artists to unveil their works to a diverse audience. College and high-school categories showcase the future of filmmaking, and documentaries drag real-world issues—such as the epidemic misuse of the word "literally"—into the light. Festival-goers literally never stop between viewings, keeping busy while meeting some of the filmmakers, soaking in words of wisdom from panelists, and participating in workshops.
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    200 East Grayson Street
    San Antonio, TX US
  • Fiesta San Antonio
    A direct descendant of the 1891 flower-chucking commemoration of the Battles of the Alamo and San Jacinto, Fiesta San Antonio illuminates the cultural depth and noble past of the city. Fiesta commission membership benefits include an exclusive membership pin or ladder bar for each year of membership, a copy of the Fiesta magazine, participation in the commission's annual membership meeting on May 24, a 15% discount on official merchandise at the Fiesta Store, and a limited-edition medal.
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    5223 McCullough Avenue
    San Antonio, TX US
  • The River Walk Association
    The same series of walkways that host traditional community events, such as craft shows and musical spectacles, also serve as front-row seats to the Ford Holiday River Parade. The iconic public park is a point of pride for San Antonians and has been promoted, protected and preserved since 1968 by the nonprofit Paseo del Rio Association. Lined with shops, restaurants, and hotels, the walkway?s pair of parallel sidewalks, which stretch 15 miles, draws throngs during annual events such as the Lucky Duck Race, the Holiday parade, and St. Patrick?s Day festival. During Halloween?s Bud Light Coffins on Parade, floating coffins make two laps around the River Walk and give the river a spooky touch. This year's Holiday parade is themed "Holiday Celebrations Around the World," and includes decorated floats and live entertainment. More than 83,000 lights will grace the floats, which will be overseen by Grand Marashall Gordon Hartman.
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    111 E Pecan St.
    San Antonio, TX US

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