King William Fair

Join us at the Fair on Saturday, April 28, 2018!

“Best Family-Friendly Fiesta Event” —San Antonio Current  Over 30,000 visitors are expected to attend this fun-filled, family festival on April 28th, 2018, as they have on the final Saturday of Fiesta each year since 1968. The King William Fair is the primary fundraising event for the King William Association, a non-profit organization which works to preserve and protect the oldest historic district in Texas and promote the unique cultural heritage of San Antonio. Beginning with a delightfully funky parade, the day-long event offers a variety of art and craft vendors, lively music, dance, Kids Kingdom play area and delicious foods and beverages. But what really sets this event apart is the sparkling beauty of its historic setting near the heart of downtown San Antonio, where the King William neighborhood entices fair-goers to relax and unwind along shady, tree-lined streets adorned with stately Victorian homes, cozy cottages and gracious gardens.

If you’re already missing us – watch the Parade all over again on our Youtube Channel!

And you can hear some of our GREAT bands on our very own 2017 King William Fair Music Playlist on Spotify!

The King William Fair is a non-smoking event.

King William Concerts in the Park - Volcan

The King William Association Concerts in the Park presents:

Volcan

Where: King William Park
When: Sunday, November 5th, 5:30pm
FREE

These concerts are part of the King William Association’s mission to promote local arts and culture. These are free events, open to the public. Please join us.

North Shore Shaved Ice will have some tasty treats for sale to help keep you cool!

http://m.sacurrent.com/sanantonio/best-raspa/BestOf?oid=3474009

Use LYFT code “KWCONCERTS” for discounts!

King William Concerts in the Park - YOSA

The King William Association Concerts in the Park presents:

Youth Orchestras of San Antonio’s YOSA Philharmoinc
Troy Peters, music director

The YOSA Philharmonic marks the 40th anniversary of the original “Star Wars” (and the impending release of “The Last Jedi”) with John Williams’ landmark music for the blockbuster film series. Plus, epic adventures from the Pacific coast of Mexico and ancient Russia come to life in music by Chávez (Sinfonía India) and Borodin (Polovtsian Dances).

Where: Upper Mill Park
When: Sunday, October 22, 5:30pm
FREE

These concerts are part of the King William Association’s mission to promote local arts and culture. These are free events, open to the public. Please join us.

North Shore Shaved Ice will have some tasty treats for sale to help keep you cool!

http://m.sacurrent.com/sanantonio/best-raspa/BestOf?oid=3474009

Use LYFT code “KWCONCERTS” for discounts!

Second Saturday Artwalk: Openings, Live music, art vendors, food and more!

Free Family Friendly artwalk on the corner of S. Flores and Lone Star. Artists, creatives, food trucks, live music, vendors, exhibitions and most importantly, community. Support Local! Going strong for over 20 years.

There will be things happening all day at the 1906 but beginning at 7 pm all the galleries will be open for you to enjoy. Come out , listen to live music, grab a cold one and buy some art!

Live music line up:

3-3:30 Pepper

3:45-4:15 Anthony The Poet

4:30-5:15 Top Heavy

5:30 – 6:15 Lonely Horse

6:30 – 7:15 Tera Ferna

7:30 – 8:00 Wayne Holtz

8:15 – 9:00 Heavenly Junkie

9:15 – 10:00 Xes Xes

10:15 – 11:00 Nova Negra

DJ sets in between by Just Angel & PopGuy.

Second Saturday Artwalk

Free Family Friendly artwalk on the corner of S. Flores and Lone Star. Artists, creatives, food trucks, live music, local distillery and most importantly, community. Support Local! Going strong for over 20 years.

Second Saturday Artwalk

Free Family Friendly artwalk on the corner of S. Flores and Lone Star. Artists, creatives, food trucks, live music, local distillery and most importantly, community. Support Local! Going strong for over 20 years.

Second Saturday Artwalk

Free Family Friendly artwalk on the corner of S. Flores and Lone Star. Artists, creatives, food trucks, live music, local distillery and most importantly, community. Support Local! Going strong for over 20 years.