Fall has hit the San Antonio region, and if you are looking for something to do in the community to get you out of your modern apartment home as the temperatures cool slightly, the city delivers. Here are some of the best all events in and around San Antonio that you won’t want to miss.
Six Flags Fiesta Texas Fright Fest
From September 14 through October 31, on Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons and nights, ghosts, ghouls and spooks come out to play at Six Flags Fiesta Texas for Fright Fest. Haunted houses, horror-themed concerts and plenty of gruesome costumed players will be found in every corner of the theme park, which will remain open late to allow guests to enjoy the thrills after dark. All your favorite rides will still be in full force during your visit to Fright Fest.
Oktoberfest at Beethoven Mannerchor
Oktoberfest at the Beethoven Mannerchor will make you feel as if you have crossed an ocean into Munich, the origin of the Oktoberfest tradition. This event, running weekends from Friday October 5 through Saturday October 13, does not draw huge crowds, but it does draw huge taste! Enjoy German food, beer and entertainment during your visit to Oktoberfest.
San Antonio Beer Fest 2018
Since 2005, the San Antonio Beer Festival has been bringing hundreds of premium and craft beers to the city in one exciting festival. Tickets for this year’s Beer Fest start at $30 for general admission or $70 for VIP admission. Enjoy unique casks and beers, as well as live music, entertaining games, food trucks, wines and ciders form around the region. San Antonio Beer Fest 2018 will be held in Dignowity and Lockwood Parks on October 20.
Alamo City Comic Con
Don your favorite costume and head to the Alamodome for the 2018 Alamo City Comic Con, held October 26 through October 28. Celebrate comic book and pop culture at this annual event. It’s one of the largest comic cons in the country, bringing out over 100,000 people. Don’t forget to sign up for photo ops with your favorite writers, artists and celebrities! Cosplay is encouraged.
Whether you are dressing up for Comic Con or going to experience the costumes at Fright Fest, there’s plenty to see and do in San Antonio this fall. The hardest decision will not be what to wear, but rather what events to put on your calendar! No matter which of these you choose, you will have plenty of fun and enjoy the slightly cooler weather of San Antonio’s fall season.