Fall Brings Great Events to San Antonio

Happy fall! What a great time to be on the River Walk in San Antonio and enjoying floating on a cruiser! This is one of my favorite times of year in San Antonio, and I wanted to share with you a few of my “must do’s” and remind everyone that our popular SAVE Program extends through fall season, offering discounts on almost 60 hotels, attractions and other activities.

Day of the Dead ParadeOur theme parks are rolling with their fall schedules – SeaWorld San Antonio, Six Flags Fiesta Texas and Morgan’s Wonderland.  Come enjoy these great attractions, and take advantage of the cooler weather. New at SeaWorld San Antonio is Aquatica – an 18-acre aquatic park with high-speed thrills and relaxing, sandy beaches. At Six Flags Fiesta Texas, there are more than 50 rides and attractions, including the new SkyScreamer swing ride that provides super aerial views over the park’s quarry walls.

You’ll find fall aflutter with events for everyone – here are a few, but please go to www.visitsanantonio.com for more, and to confirm details.

Howl-o-Scream – SeaWorld San Antonio  (Now – October 28; Select operating days) 

Six Flags Fiesta Texas Fright Fest  (Now – October 28; Select operating days) 

Terror on the Plaza – Alamo Plaza  (Now – October 14; Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays; October 19 – 31; Every night) 

Spook-tacular Family Workshop & Boo-tique – Villa Finale  (October 27) 

San Antonio Symphony Halloween Spooktacular – Alamo Heights High School Auditorium  (October 28) 

HemisFear – HemisFair Park  (October 31) 

El Dia de Los Muertos/Day of the Dead – Various venues  (November 2) 

Echale Latino Music Festival with an El Dia de los Muertos theme – Pearl Brewery  (November 2) 

Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and ½ Marathon – Starts downtown  (November 11) 

Formula 1 United States Grand Prix – Austin, track is 83 miles north of San Antonio  (November 16 – 18).

Happy fall, and we’ll see you in San Antonio on the rio!!


Casandra Matej
Casandra Matej

Executive Director

San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau 


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