June 16, 2024

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Sam Houston Post 76 10th Street River Festival Promises Three Days of Fun for All Ages

San Antonio, TX – As the spring season blooms, residents and visitors alike are gearing up for the annual Sam Houston Post 76 10th Street River Festival, set to take place from April 25th to 27th, 2024. With free admission and a plethora of activities, this event promises something for everyone.

Nestled along the scenic San Antonio Riverwalk at the historic VFW Post 76, located at 10 10th Street, this festival celebrates community spirit, cultural diversity, and the rich heritage of Texas. Organizers have announced a jam-packed schedule of entertainment, including live music performances spanning genres such as Oldies, Country, Blues, and Western, ensuring there’s a rhythm for every taste.

Festival-goers can look forward to three full days of festivities, with gates opening at 3:00 PM on April 25th and continuing until midnight. On April 26th and 27th, the fun begins at noon and carries on until the witching hour. From toe-tapping tunes to delectable food and beverage options available for purchase, there’s no shortage of entertainment along the riverfront.

What makes this event even more special is its historic backdrop. VFW Post 76 holds the distinction of being the oldest post in Texas, a fact that adds a touch of nostalgia and reverence to the festivities. Moreover, the Post’s commitment to the community shines through its support of local District 1 elementary schools. Through donations exceeding $2,000 in grants and supplies, including over 100 backpacks filled with essentials, the Post underscores its dedication to uplifting the next generation.

As the festival approaches, anticipation is building among residents and visitors alike. With its blend of music, food, and community spirit, the Sam Houston Post 76 10th Street River Festival is poised to be a highlight of the spring season in San Antonio. So mark your calendars, gather your loved ones, and join in the celebration of camaraderie and culture along the picturesque San Antonio Riverwalk.