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San Antonio Is Having A 'Best Of Everything' Fest This Spring With Endless Food & Drink

They'll have hamster balls. Need we say more?
A Festival In San Antonio Is This Spring With The City's Best Food And Drink

As a city, San Antonio has a lot to celebrate. From the food to the sports teams to the endless activities and things to do, it's a place many are proud to be from. This spring, there's a food festival in San Antonio taking place that's bringing together all of these aspects and more and it's going to be one the city will never forget. 

The pre-Fiesta event known as Alamo Heights Night is back with a bang this Friday, April 17 from 5:30 to 11:30 p.m. at the University of the Incarnate Word.

This is the 34th year that Alamo Heights Night has been up and running and for good reason.

The purpose of the festival is to highlight food, drink, entertainment, and more from some of San Antonio’s best restaurants, caterers, and bands.

Who said Fiesta is all we have to look forward to this April?

Get ready for your mouths to start watering because it's inevitable with the food line-up they're going to have.

Texas-style BBQ, chocolate-dipped strawberries, fajitas, funnel cakes, gumbo, bean burgers, gyros, corn, turkey legs, shaved ice and more will be served from the best of the best.

Hotcakes, Skyrocket, Finding Friday, and a Mariachi Band are all said to be performing on the fest's multiple stages.

Midway through the day, kids of all ages will be thrilled to see a carnival get set up with so many activities!

You can play laser tag, go rock climbing, roll around in hamster balls, and more. 

If you find yourself wishing there were more events like San Antonio's grand Fiesta, this is the one!

Don't miss out on San Antonio's Roasted Corn Festival this March, especially if you're a big fan of food festivals.

San Antonio has it all!

Alamo Heights Night 2020

Price: Free - $15

When: Friday, April 17

Address: 4301 Broadway St, San Antonio, TX 

Why You Need To Go: This festival will have a delicious variety of food, entertainment, rides, and much more.

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