Here's A Great 4th Of July Idea In San Antonio!


Get your Red, White, Blue, and Texas RV ready; it’s time to celebrate! What better place to do it then San Antonio, Texas? Plan your day to be at the City’s Official July Fourth Celebration! The “July Fourth Celebration and H-E-B Fireworks” will be held at Woodlawn Lake Park, 1103 Cincinnati, San Antonio, TX. The festivities start at 10:00am and continue until 9:00pm when the H-E-B Fireworks begin! Admission is free for this event, which means you can celebrate without breaking your bank. Along with the food, fun, and patriotism, there will also be a special military appreciation zone. All active duty and retired military members are invited to the appreciation zone.  This event really is great for the whole family. Here’s a list of the day’s events:

Opening Ceremony 
Main Stage – Noon


1:00 p.m.

Alamo City Marching Band

1:30 p.m.

Josh Milan- Pop/R&B Artist

2:20 to 2:35 p.m.

Ryan Vizcaino

2:45 to 3:30 p.m.

Luis Manuel “El Gallito”

5:00 to 5:50 p.m.

Anthony & The Crew

(20 minute break)

6:10 to 7:00 pm

Anthony & The Crew

7:30 p.m. 
U.S. Air Force Band of the West’s 42 piece Concert Band

9:00 p.m. 
H-E-B Fireworks Extravaganza

At this event everyone is invited to wear and dress up as patriotic as they can!

If you already have your day planned and are just looking for a good fireworks display, there is great celebration downtown called the “July 4th Stars and Stripes Over San Antonio.” It would be perfect to pack up your ExploreUSA RV and head out for a beautiful fireworks display with your RV crew. The Greater Chamber is bringing San Antonio’s largest and longest fireworks spectacular to the skies over downtown for the first annual Stars & Stripes over San Antonio, an Independence Day celebration. Twenty minutes of eye-popping sky explosions will light up the night at our beloved HemisFair Park, 200 S. Alamo, 78205, and will be visible for miles. In the spirit of the American tradition, there will be live music, patriotic anthems, hot food and cold drinks. This event is free and allows you to bring picnic blankets and chairs to view the display. The festivities begin at 6 and continue until 10 with the fireworks show being at 9:30. Click here for more information.

Both of these are great events that are family-friendly and will help to celebrate the astounding sacrifice our military, past and present, has made that gives us the great privilege to celebrate our freedom today. Do you have any other ideas for 4th of July celebrations in Texas?

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