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San Antonio's 2023 New Year's Eve party will feature live music, dancing and fireworks

This year's celebration, themed 'Dancing in the Streets,' is expected to draw around 70,000 people.

By Brandon Rodriguez

San Antonio's Celebrate SA! New Year's Eve bash is expected to bring some 70,000 revelers downtown to ring in 2023 with family-friendly activities, live music, food and a Texas-sized fireworks show...

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25 San Antonio holiday traditions you have to try at least once to call yourself a local

Whether you're new to San Antonio and looking to get the scoop on local holiday traditions or a longtime resident eager to…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Catch the Ford Holiday River Parade 
Taking place on the first Friday after Thanksgiving every year, it’s a little too late to catch this year’s parade, but still worth penciling in on the calendar for next year. Watching the brightly illuminated barges lighting up the River Walk is a great way to kick off a season full of cheer.
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Everything we saw as San Antonio's 41th Annual Ford Holiday River Parade lit up the River Walk

The Ford Holiday River Parade took place Friday, marking the 41st installment of the Alamo City tradition — and the Grinch himself served…

By San Antonio Current Staff

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The 24 best places to see Christmas lights in driving distance of San Antonio

Even the Grinchiest among us have to admit there's something heartwarming about twinkling Christmas light displays. Whether you want to check out…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Checking out the Christmas lights in Windcrest is an unofficial tradition for many San Antonians. Plenty of Windcrest residents go all out, including one family that took home the $50,000 grand prize on ABC's The Great Christmas Light Fight last year for their over-the-top holiday display.
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Here's where to cut your own Christmas tree within driving distance of San Antonio

Sure, you can buy a pre-cut tree from any local lot, or dust off that faux version in a box hidden somewhere…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Kadee Farm
5054 US-69, Greenville, (903) 413-3811,
In addition to its annual selection of cut-your-own Christmas trees, this north Texas farm is continuing to offer a Walking Trail of Lights in 2022. The tree-cutting season runs from Nov. 25-Dec. 18 or sellout.
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