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Battle of the Flowers Parade

Playoff season and Fiesta go together like chicken-on-a-stick and paying $4 for 8 ounces of beer. It only makes sense then for Peter Holt, owner of the San Antonio Spurs and HoltCat, to lead this year’s Battle of Flowers Parade as grand marshal. How else are you going to honor the theme of “This Land Is Your Land,” a nod to the U.S. and its beauty, than with the owner of America’s team? We’re crossing our fingers for an appearance by a few players, a visit from the Coyote and a live performance of the “Spuran Spuran” video. Where are my cascarones?

Venue Details

  • Parade Route

    Broadway at E. Grayson St. to N. Santa Rosa Ave. at W. Travis St., San Antonio Downtown

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