A San Antonio entertainment staple for more than two decades, this event captures the finest in Mexican and Spanish dance and ... More
Fiesta Noche Del Rio
A San Antonio entertainment staple for more than two decades, this event captures the finest in Mexican and Spanish dance and music. Set outdoors at the beautiful Arneson River Theater, this celebration of the city's Latin heritage offers a delightful way to spend a warm summer evening. You should enjoy the dazzling display of brightly colored, swirling Mexican skirts and the fiery Latin rhythms on the bank of the San Antonio River as river barges float lazily though the heart of the city.
What happened to the show Felipe De La Rosa used to produce? This show is but a ghost of what used to be, and that is being kind. The only thing authentic and worthy of a million compliments is "El Curro", everything else is comparable to a semi-lavish high school production. The female singer is laughable when it comes to her vocals and hosting abilities as is her wardrobe. She should stick to directing and leave the pretty girl hosting and singing to someone younger and more vocally talented. The Male singer fairs much better in all departments. It saddens me that this once magnificent show filled with extremely technically trained and skilled dancers has come to this. The Alamo Kiwanis should be ashamed for producing and presenting such a sub par show, when they used to produce Vegas quality shows year in and year out. Lucky for them, unsuspecting first time visitors to this show are none the wiser of what this show used to be...and willingly fork over the crazy ticket price for this type of show. Shame on you Kiwanis!!! Shame on you!
What a fantastic show for the ENTIRE family. I went over 30 yrs ago when I was a child and decided to take my 2 oldest children (3 and 6) along with my mother. We had a fantastic time and even my 3 year old was interested in the entire show. Well worth the money and the best part is the money goes to children charities.
This will be their 50th year so you know something's right! Music, dancing, the people, the grassy seating steppes, La Villita right behind you and the river flowing between you and the stage all make it a memorable experience unlike anything we've found in our travels! I can heartedly recommend it-our kids (6, 9, 12) even thought it was pretty cool!
This Super 8 in San Antonio is located approximately 14 miles from the city's center, and is 16 miles from
San Antonio International Airport. Local attractions include Six Flags Fiesta, approximately three miles away, and SeaWorld Texas, located 15 ...
When you think of San Antonio, two things automatically come to mind: the Alamo and the River Walk. The River
Walk was conceived in 1929. Downtown had serious flood problems and Robert Hugman suggested that the city turn the ...
The historical center and heart of the city's Mexican culture, the square is the largest Mexican marketplace outside of Mexico.
Here you can dine on Mexican food at one of several cafes, enjoy the lively sounds of Mariachi bands ...