100+ Artists, Live Music, Margaritas and Other Reasons Not to Miss Fiesta Arts Fair

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SCOTT BALL
  • Scott Ball

Hosted by the Southwest School of Art, Fiesta Arts Fair stands out as one of the most beloved events on the Fiesta calendar. The family-friendly affair offers tons of food and drink (including beer and margaritas) from vendors like La Gloria, Kona Grill, Chocollazo, Social Ice and many more. Art, of course, is at the center of the fair, and there will be opportunities for kids and adults to create arts and crafts, as well as opportunities to peruse or purchase works from more than 100 regional and national artists and artisans. We are particularly looking forward to seeing work from Fiesta Arts Fair award winners Shawn Ray Harris, Gary E. Bachers, Ed Pribyl, Julia Gilmore and Yan Lee. On the music side of things, this year’s lineup features puro San Anto rock and roll outfit Los #3 Dinners, soulful indie rock crew Fishermen, Americana songstress Rachel Laven and Chicano soul/surf-rock conglomerate Rudy Tee and King Pelican, among others. $5-$15, 10am-6pm Sat, Apr. 22, 11am-5pm Sun, Apr. 23, Southwest School of Art, 300 Augusta St., (210) 734-9673, swschool.org.

SCOTT BALL
  • Scott Ball



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