Jan. 2: 22nd Annual Valero Alamo Bowl
Major college football comes to the Alamodome during this post-season collegiate bowl game featuring the top Pac-12 and Big 12 teams.
Jan. 3: U.S. Army All-American Bowl
The game showcases the nation's top high school football players. A week of festivities leads up to the big game day.
Jan. 15-18: San Antonio Cocktail Conference
San Antonio's own Cocktail Conference is the first of its kind in Texas, bringing together top bartenders for four days of educational seminars, guided tastings and cocktail parties.
Jan. 19: Martin Luther King, Jr. March and Rally
Honoring the civil rights leader, this is one of the largest people's marches in the country. Other events throughout the city include a rally, art exhibits, workshops and candlelight vigils.
Jan. 31: SeaWorld San Antonio Opens for 2015 Season
SeaWorld San Antonio’s combination of unique animal attractions, entertaining shows and thrilling state-of-the-art coasters make this park an exciting place to be!
Feb. 21: Asian Festival
This family friendly event features Asian-American music, cultural performances, food, fashion, crafts and other products.
Feb. 12-March 1: San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo
Held at the AT&T Center, this event features great entertainment with star-studded artists during all 20 PRCA rodeo performances, plus shopping, a carnival and livestock centers.
Feb. 28: Six Flags Fiesta Texas Opens for 2015 Season
Check out themed rides, thrilling roller coasters and attractions and shows for every age, including opportunities to meet the Looney Tunes characters, throughout the visually stunning 200-acre park.
Month: Contemporary Art Month
This monthlong celebration of contemporary arts features more than 400 exhibitions and involves more than 50 venues, including galleries, museums, neighborhoods and studios.
Mar. 6-8: Remember the Alamo Weekend
Visitors can witness reenactments, live firing of black powder rifles, muskets and a cannon. See what life was like in 1836 during the 13-day siege of the Alamo.
Mar. 7: Aquatica at SeaWorld San Antonio Opens for 2015 Season
The South Seas meet South Texas at Aquatica, a whimsical, one-of-a-kind waterpark only SeaWorld could create.
Mar. 8: Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort Opens for 2015 Season
The original Schlitterbahn, just 20 minutes north of San Antonio in New Braunfels, has over 65 acres of tube rides, water slides and uphill water coasters.
Mar. 14-15: Murphy's St. Patrick's Day River Parade & Festival
A family friendly festival of music, food and fun! Floats release 110 pounds of environmentally friendly green dye into the San Antonio River, transforming it into "The River Shannon."
Mar. 20-21: H-E-B Big League Weekend
The Texas Rangers and the L.A. Dodgers battle it out for two games at the Alamodome.
Mar 23-29: Valero Texas Open
The VTO has been played in San Antonio since it began in 1922. It has been one of the top-three most charitable PGA tournaments on TOUR for the last several years.
Apr. 10-12: Poteet Strawberry Festival
Located just south of San Antonio, the Poteet Strawberry Festival includes concerts, dancing, rides, gunslingers, rodeo performances and, of course, lots of strawberries.
Apr. 16-26: Fiesta San Antonio!
More than 100 unique events satisfy every taste and interest and draw spectators from around the city, nation and world. Come celebrate Fiesta San Antonio! More than half of the events are FREE.
May 2: Splashtown San Antonio Opens for 2015 Season
Splashtown San Antonio is 20 landscaped acres of cool, clean water excitement just three minutes north of downtown.
May 5: Cinco de Mayo
Celebrations commemorate the Mexican Army's defeat of the invading French at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. Events include a festival with music and food at historic Market Square, concerts and other commemorations.
May 14-16: Tejano Conjunto Festival en San Antonio
Features live performances by more than 20 of the best musical groups from traditional Conjunto to progressive Tejano. Rosedale Park. Admission.
May 13-17: Culinaria - A Wine and Culinary Arts Festival
This festival celebrates San Antonio as a premier wine and food destination and an important culinary and cultural gateway to Mexico and Latin America.
May 16: America's Armed Forces River Parade
On Armed Forces Day, professionally decorated floats will travel down the River Walk, themed according to their participants — all branches of service, veterans of recent conflicts, military support groups and more.
TBD: San Antonio Summer Art & Jazz Festival
This is a free, three-day event featuring an outstanding lineup of local and nationally known jazz artists, an arts & crafts fair and delicious local foods.
TBD: Fiesta Noche Del Rio
A San Antonio tradition, this performance features songs and dances of Mexico, Spain, Argentina and Texas and occurs Friday and Saturday evenings at the River Walk’s historic Arneson River Theatre.
June 13-14: Texas Folklife Festival
Hosted at the Institute of Texan Cultures, this three-day cultural extravaganza brings more than 40 ethnic groups together in one place to showcase their authentic food, traditional music and dance and authentic crafts.
July 4: Fourth of July Celebration
Enjoy festivals, concerts and fireworks at locations across San Antonio, including Freedom Fest at Market Square, an arts and crafts show along the River Walk and extravaganzas at local theme parks.
TBD: Balcones Heights Jazz Festival
This free concert series takes place each July and August on Friday evenings at the spectacular outdoor Amphitheater at Wonderland of the Americas.
TBD: Ford Canoe Challenge
Over 90 canoe teams, including local celebrities, city officials, corporate teams, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts compete on the San Antonio River.
All month: FOTOSEPTIEMBRE USA
Explore exhibits showing traditional photographs, digital images and photography based works at art centers and exhibition spaces throughout San Antonio.
Sept. 12: International Accordion Festival
A vibrant celebration of all things accordion, this festival takes place in La Villita Historic Arts Village.
Sept. 16: Diez y Seis Events
Marking Mexico's independence from Spain, San Antonio celebrates with special events all over town, including a street parade with floats and marching bands, a gala and celebrations in Market Square.
Some of the nation's top jazz entertainers, along with regional and local talent, take over Travis Park and dazzle the crowd with their smooth sounds.
TBD: Oktoberfest San Antonio
Head over to the Beethoven Halle und Garten to celebrate the ultimate German festival with music, food and dancing, plus German specialties, like bratwurst, reubens and beer.
TBD: SeaWorld San Antonio Howl-O-Scream
Each weekend in October, enjoy kid-friendly shows during the day, but beware... the later you stay, the more you'll scream!
TBD: Six Flags Fiesta Texas Fright Fest
Don’t miss out on spooktacular live entertainment, chill-inducing rides and spine-tingling excitement for the whole family that will surely keep you on the edge of your seat.
TBD: AT&T Championship
The tournament includes 54 holes of stroke play competition without a cut.
Oct. 31: Morgan's Wonderland: More Delightful Than Frightful
With greater emphasis on fun rather than fright, Morgan's Wonderland will be open on Halloween evening.