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San Antonio's Fall Favorites

Unique cultural festivals, rich history, an evolutionary culinary scene and beautiful fall weather make San Antonio easy to fall in love with. Start Falling.

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Six Flags Fiesta Texas Fright Fest: Sept. 14 - Oct. 28 Experience activities for the whole family throughout the day and then a truly frightening evening as zombies and ghouls take over the park. Get Your Scare On.

 

 

 

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SeaWorld Howl-O-Scream & Spooktacular: Sept. 28 - Oct. 28
Enjoy kid friendly shows during the day, but beware...the later you stay, the more you'll scream! Spooktacular Fun Awaits.


 

 

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Zoo Boo! at San Antonio Zoo: Sept. 22 - Oct. 28
This family friendly, non-spooky Halloween celebration features trick-or-treat stations, a hay maze, pumpkin painting, dance parties and more. Get Treated.


 

 

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Oktoberfest at Beethoven Mannerchor: Oct. 5 - Oct. 13
Partake in the ultimate German festival with some great food, beer and of course, the Chicken Dance. Get Your German On.

 


 

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Alamo City Comic Con: Oct. 26 - Oct. 28
Geek out during one of the biggest comic book and pop culture celebrations in the United States. Enjoy Fandom.


 

 

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Día de los Muertos Celebrations
From art shows and lively processions to kids workshops and music festivals, San Antonio honors Day of the Dead with events for everyone. Experience Tradition.
Muertos Fest at La Villita: Oct. 27 - Oct. 28
Día de los Muertos at The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center: Oct. 27
Día de los Muertos at Pearl: Nov. 1 - Nov. 2
SAY Sí Muertitos Fest: Nov. 2 - Nov. 3

 

San Antonio's Tricentennial: A Celebrationfor the History Books
Celebrate 300 years of San Antonio with nonstop fun and exciting surprises throughout 2018.

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