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A San Antonio Botanical Garden Tiki Party With Cocktails Is This Month

There's never a bad time to let loose and have fun, especially with all of the fun things there is to do in San Antonio. This month, you can venture down to one of the city's most beloved spots for a San Antonio Botanical Garden tiki party with endless cocktails and treats. It'll feel like a luau you can only experience in Hawaii, and those plane tickets are not cheap.

Tiki Cocktail Party is back at the San Antonio Botanical Garden this month for an evening unlike any other.

On Friday, January 31 from 7 to 9 p.m., you can enjoy island-inspired drinks and a make-your-own lei station in the garden that brings tourists and locals back time and time again.

Leis aren't the only things you'll be making, you also have the chance to craft your own drinks! Get ready to add "bartending" to your list of skills.

Drinks and snacks will be served to all attendees, but there's some obvious fun that goes into making your own tiki drinks.

This evening is both casual and an excuse to dress up. 

Whether you come dressed in a coconut bra or your fanciest dress, you won't look out of place.

Whoever you decide to bring, bae or bestie, they'll love an excuse to party like you live somewhere other than Texas, where it feels like you've already experienced everything.

Tickets are $45 per person and you must register for the event 30 hours prior to its beginning.

You can do all of that and add it to your calendar here

The Tiki Cocktail Party will be here before we know it, and is the ultimate weekend plans!

It's time to start practicing your hula. 

Tiki Cocktail Party

Price: $45

When: Friday, January 31

Address: 555 Funston Pl. San Antonio, TX

Why You Need To Go: You'll be able to sip on cocktails while enjoying a tropical party in the heart of San Antonio.

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