25 Festivals In and Around San Antonio to Check Out This Fall

Summer may be over, but that doesn't mean there aren't plenty of fun activities to take part in. We gathered the best things to do and sights to do right in your backyard this fall.
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Nov. 3-12, Wurstfest
178 Landa Park Dr., New Braunfels, (830) 625-9167, wurstfest.com
If you have a stomach for sausage or fascination with German culture, you’ll be in heaven at Wurstfest. With more events on the weekends, this sausage-infused festival offers something every day, with music, dances and wursts - duh - to keep you entertained and stuffed.
Photo via Instagram, mebecka
Nov. 3-12, Wurstfest
178 Landa Park Dr., New Braunfels, (830) 625-9167, wurstfest.com
If you have a stomach for sausage or fascination with German culture, you’ll be in heaven at Wurstfest. With more events on the weekends, this sausage-infused festival offers something every day, with music, dances and wursts - duh - to keep you entertained and stuffed.
Photo via Instagram, mebecka
Nov. 4, Diwali San Antonio
La Villita, 418 Villita St., (210) 207-8100, diwalisa.com
Look no further for live entertainment, a fireworks show and - the best part - authentic Indian cuisine.
Photo via Instagram, gersonicyouth
Nov. 4, Diwali San Antonio
La Villita, 418 Villita St., (210) 207-8100, diwalisa.com
Look no further for live entertainment, a fireworks show and - the best part - authentic Indian cuisine.
Photo via Instagram, gersonicyouth
Nov. 4, Fideo Loco Festival & Cook-Off
9607 Southton Rd., gordafabulosa1.com/fideolocofest
Do we need to say anything more? You already know an entire festival dedicated to every Mexican family’s staple dish is going to be lit. Whip up your fam’s prized recipe for the contest or just go to sample, you’re bound to enjoy yourself.
Photo via Instagram, spanglishspoon
Nov. 4, Fideo Loco Festival & Cook-Off
9607 Southton Rd., gordafabulosa1.com/fideolocofest
Do we need to say anything more? You already know an entire festival dedicated to every Mexican family’s staple dish is going to be lit. Whip up your fam’s prized recipe for the contest or just go to sample, you’re bound to enjoy yourself.
Photo via Instagram, spanglishspoon
Nov. 4, Flow Fest and Run
Yanaguana Garden, 434 S Alamo St., (210) 222-8430, greensatx.org
Take the family out for a day of active fun, starting with a run (or walk) along the river. Then you can enjoy the day with yoga, live music, fresh food throughout.
Photo via Instagram, joerisgc
Nov. 4, Flow Fest and Run
Yanaguana Garden, 434 S Alamo St., (210) 222-8430, greensatx.org
Take the family out for a day of active fun, starting with a run (or walk) along the river. Then you can enjoy the day with yoga, live music, fresh food throughout.
Photo via Instagram, joerisgc
Nov. 10-11, Luminaria - Arts Come To Light
600 Hemisfair Plaza Way, (210) 721-1670, luminariasa.org
Just taking a look around the city will make you realize how much San Antonians love color, shapes and expressing our creativity. Luminaria is a self-described incubator for that creativity and cutting-edge artistry, geared toward making San Antonio a city of the arts. The two-day festival includes musical performances, art studios and more.
Photo via Instagram, luminariasa
Nov. 10-11, Luminaria - Arts Come To Light
600 Hemisfair Plaza Way, (210) 721-1670, luminariasa.org
Just taking a look around the city will make you realize how much San Antonians love color, shapes and expressing our creativity. Luminaria is a self-described incubator for that creativity and cutting-edge artistry, geared toward making San Antonio a city of the arts. The two-day festival includes musical performances, art studios and more.
Photo via Instagram, luminariasa