Things to look forward to in the Historic King William District in San Antonio
• Art and Craft Vendors
• Live Music
• Dance Performances
• Food and Beverage Booths
• Kids Kingdom
• Quirky Parade
The day starts with the best little Parade in Texas! A mile and a half meander through the neighborhood which will include: Political Parodies, Parading Pooches, Marching Bands and Belly Dancing.
200 Art & Craft vendors selling original hand crafted items which includes: Stain glass, wind chimes, paintings, photography, ceramics, apparel, home-made foods, home accessories and more!
The streets will be filled with the aroma of sizzling fajitas, as families amble the streets enjoying raspas (snow cones) and paletas (popsicles) and Kettle Korn. Food and Beverage booths will be conveniently located throughout the entire neighborhood.
Spend the afternoon listening to local and imported bands at four distinct venues. Spread a blanket next to the historic gazebo in King William Park as you enjoy soulful sounds and happy harmonies, listen to lyrical melodies at Pat’s Pub, sit in the shade awhile at Julia’s Veranda, watch in wonder at a variety of ethnic dancers; and experience living history with re-enactors at the 138-year-old Wulff House. Kids Kingdom offers a mix of children’s activities from crafts to basketball games and rides to rock wall climbing in a tree-shaded park setting.
122 Madison St, San Antonio, Texas, 78204