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One Of San Antonio's Biggest Festivals Will Have Over 200 Vendors This Spring

It's a celebration you don't want to miss!
A San Antonio Festival Will Have Over 200 Vendors This Spring

San Antonio is an incredible city with so much to do and see, therefore, it is a city worth celebrating. Every year, A Night In Old San Antonio takes place to give locals a chance to embrace their inner-San Antonian and to give newcomers a chance to experience what makes SA so great. This year the San Antonio festival will be better than any year before.

A Night In Old San Antonio will be held from Tuesday, April 21 to Friday, April 24.

Each day the fest will begin at 5:30 p.m. and last until 10:30 p.m. in La Villita Historic Arts Village.

Alcohol sales will end promptly at 10 p.m., so be sure to get in your fill before then.

The location of the fest is perfect due to how spacious it is, giving festgoers plenty of room to walk around, eat, and party.

The fest will have 15 culturally themed areas this year, including China Town, Clown Alley, Irish Flats, Mexican Market, and more.

With 15 differently themed areas, it makes sense that there would be 200+ vendors to enjoy!

Each area will have tons of food to eat and shopping to do, and we can't forget to mention the great photo ops.

The decor will truly be out of this world, thanks to the 10,000 volunteers that make the fest possible.

Be prepared to leave with memories that'll last you a lifetime, because there's truly no other celebration quite like this one.

Ticket prices are still TBD but should be available on their website soon.

Start planning your outfits and dusting off your flower crowns from past years!

A Night In Old San Antonio

Price: TBD

When: Tuesday, April 21 - Friday, April 24

Address: 418 Villita St., San Antonio, TX

Why You Need To Go: You'll have so many vendors to choose from and enjoy while celebrating one of Texas' greatest cities.

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