Fiesta San Antonio has been an annual tradition in San Antonio since 1891. The festival, also known as the Battle of the Flowers, commemorates the Battle of the Alamo and the Battle of San Jacinto.

The festival began when local San Antonio women decorated their baby carriages, baby buggies, and bicycles with live flowers, met in front of the Alamo, and threw flowers at each other, inspiring the name Battle of Flowers. Other activities were added to the festival, including parades, parties, and a carnival.

Today, the festival hosts over 100 events over 17 days, featuring three major parades (one is a boat parade down the River Walk). Fiesta attendees can get souvenir pins and medals from various dignitaries, organizations, and Fiesta royalty.

Fiesta San Antonio runs April 18 – 28th. Get our first-ever Spay Neuter Network Fiesta medal at the San Antonio clinic today.
San Antonio: 210 Tuleta Dr #3, San Antonio, TX 78212

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