Are you looking forward to moving to San Antonio, TX? You’ll enjoy the warm weather, exploring the Alamo, and delicious Tex-Mex cuisine. San Antonio has a great climate all year round, but spring is a time to celebrate. Check out our list of fun spring festivals as you get to know your new home.
1. San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo–February 9-26, 2023, 723 AT&T Center Parkway, San Antonio, TX 78219
This two-week rodeo show is the perfect way to welcome spring. The show has been voted Large Indoor Rodeo of the Year for 13 years. While you enjoy the rodeo, you’ll see both live music from several genres and traditional rodeo events. Be sure to bring your appetite, as many events center around delicious Texas BBQ. If you’re a grillmaster, sign up for one of the cookoffs to show your skills to the crowds. Attend the Youth Rodeo, the show’s fastest-growing, most successful horse event. With over 1,000 entries, the best young athletes are featured in everything from bare-backed riding to steer wrestling.
2. L-Etape San Antonio by Tour de France, April 16, 2023, University of Texas at San Antonio, 1 UTSA Circle, San Antonio, TX 78249
Whether you’re riding in the 100-mile race or cheering on the cyclists from the curb, San Antonio residents turn out in droves for this unique spring biking event. Put on by Tour de France, L’Etape is a part of an amateur cycling series that takes place worldwide. There are racing and riding options, so if you choose to participate, you can decide which pace makes the most sense. If you “ride” it, select from the 60-mile or 25-mile option. Whatever your level, L’Étape San Antonio by Tour de France allows you to challenge yourself and participate in a legendary ride. Race or ride on a course designed by experts. Wind through your own Texas neighborhoods and off into hill country.
3. Fiesta, April 20-30, 2023, 110 Broadway, San Antonio, Texas 78205
Ready to party in your new community? You’ll want to check out Fiesta San Antonio, a yearly spring celebration of all things San Antonio. The event started in 1891 when a group of San Antonio citizens honored the bravery of the heroes of the Alamo and San Jacinto battles by decorating carriages, baby buggies, and bicycles with live flowers. They met in front of the Alamo and threw flower blossoms at each other, thus earning the name “Battle of Flowers.” That first parade had horse-drawn carriages and floats, and the event has grown exponentially since. During Fiesta, you’ll enjoy traditions from the first party, like horse-drawn carriages, and modern practices, like group workouts, fireworks celebrations, San Antonio history exhibits, BBQ cookoffs, and more.
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