6/7/19 - 6/9/19


UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures | 801 E César E. Chávez Blvd

Experience Texas tradition and culture at The Texas Folklife Festival! This event, an “immersive cultural experience,” surrounds visitors with some 250 participating organizations representing more than 40 cultural groups; 6 stages of music and entertainment; a menu of some 100 authentic food items; and the skills of some 60 artisans. 



La Cantera Resort | 16641 La Cantera Parkway

The fifth annual United We Brunch brings together the city's top brunch spots for the ultimate brunch event. Enjoy brunch samples, breakfast cocktails, a DIY Bloody Mary bar and Mimosa station, live music + DJs, and so much more. United We Brunch benefits Child Advocates San Antonio (CASA), a non-profit organization whose mission is to recruit, train, and supervise court-appointed volunteer Advocates who provide support for abused and neglected children and youth. Enjoy great food for a great cause from popular spots like The Art of Donut, The Rustic, and Summer Moon Wood-Fired Coffee.

6/15/19 - 6/16/19


Lockwood Park | 801 North Olive Street

TASTE Youth Services & NR Promotions has partnered with Cancer Hope Network and The Wounded Warriors to bring awareness and fun at the weekend-long Taste Fest 2019. Representatives from Cancer Hope Network & The Wounded Warriors and other local non-profits will be on-site, educating attendees about creating a healthier San Antonio, while providing other fun, like a hot dog eating contest, live musical performances, a car and bike show, face painting, a moonbounce, live local graffiti artists creating alongside poetry, and live chalk art. Over one hundred vendors will be waiting for you at this festival. 



Will Naylor Smith River Walk Plaza at The Tobin | 100 Auditorium Circle

Originally scheduled for May 11th, but moved to June 15th, the inaugural San Antonio Donut Fest is ready to party as a family-friendly festival that showcases the delicious round treat, plus other gourmet pastries and breakfast dishes. Wash it all down with coffee, fresh juice, mimosas, beer and more. Guests will be able to enjoy music, Saturday Morning Cartoons, games and goods from other local artisans and artists. Dozens of local bakeries and coffeehouses are bringing their A-Game, while you enjoy a cereal bar, games, music and so much more.



Crockett Park | 1300 N. Main Avenue

Pride San Antonio produces several events throughout the year to fulfill its purpose of “instilling pride, celebrating unity, embracing diversity, and recognizing the contributions of the LGBT community in the San Antonio Metropolitan area,” but perhaps none as big as the main event, The “Pride Bigger Than Texas” Pride Parade and Festival. The parade Kick-off is at 9:00pm, and the starting line begins at the intersection of Dewey Place & N Main in front of the Silver Dollar, so come early to secure your spot!