Labor Day Weekend Activities

Labor officially marks the end of the summer in Americans’ minds. We’re sad, but we are definitely going to go out with a bang this weekend. Since Monday is a holiday, we’ll have a little more time to relax before the fall grind begins.

Need some fun activities to do? San Antonio  has what you’re looking for.

  1. Festival People En Español (Saturday, August 31 – Sunday, September 1):  This two-day festival will take over San Antonio this Labor Day weekend with a mix of live performances and activities. Each evening, popular Hispanic musical acts like Alejandro Fernandez and Demi Lovato will perform at the Alamodome. During the day, families can enjoy free activities at the Henry B. Gonzales Center. For ticket information click here.
  2. Labor Day Arts and Crafts Show: All weekend long peruse through the stalls along the River Walk and chat with the vendors as they show off their handmade crafts, ranging from jewelry to pottery to furniture. Click here for more information.
  3. Kendall County Fair: Just a short drive north of San Antonio lies a quaint country town called Boerne. With friendly people and picturesque Texas scenery, Boerne is a great place for family fun. The Kendall County Fair has been an icon in the Hill Country community since its began on Sept 4, 1905.  The Kendall County Fair supplies good ol’ fun in a Carnival, Rodeo and Livestock Show. There are Homestead Heritage Exhibits, a parade, a variety of food & craft booths, live music, and children’s activities.

For more Labor Day fun, ask our concierges about activities in the downtown area.

What are your plans for the weekend?

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