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Hill Country Happenings: April 23-29, 2017

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It’s a fiesta week full of things to explore and discover in the picturesque towns of the Hill Country. Enjoy San Antonio’s one-of-kind Fiesta celebrating history, music, culture and more. Take in a film festival and discover the talent of Texas film artists and beyond.

Get outdoors and take in a movie or do some shopping among the quaint shops of our small but beautiful towns. Long-standing events, festivals, and celebrations await you for a week full of celebrating!

Sunday, April 23, 2017

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Photo: Facebook/Fiesta San Antonio

Fiesta San Antonio A long-standing tradition in San Antonio, TX and the biggest celebration of traditions and history along with plenty of parades, a carnival, great line up of music and good food. An all around highlight of the town. An extravaganza you don’t want to miss. April 20 – 30, 2017. For more information about the event and ticket prices, visit

2017 Founders Day Festival The 30th Annual Founders Day is the biggest community event held in downtown Dripping Springs. “The three-day celebration kicks off with the Grand Parade and includes: free music and entertainment on two stages, the Mighty Thomas Carnival, food, beer, street dances, cook-off competitions, over 150 arts and crafts booths and business vendors,” shares its website. April 21-23, 2017. Call (512) 858-4725 for more information.

Liberty Hall Fair & Rodeo Star of Texas Realty group presents its 10th annual fair and rodeo. Come out to enjoy the fun of true blue rodeo complete with bull riding, barrel racing, steer roping and more! April 20-23, 2017. Harvest Ranch Arena, 8355 RR 1869.

Old Settler’s Music Festival Benefitting the future of Americana and Roots music as shared by its website. A musical experience like no other with arts and crafts, camping, food, a great line up of artists, and more to add to the festivities. April 20-23, 2017. Admission fee required. Driftwood, at Salt Lick Pavilion with camping at Camp Ben McCullough, 18300 FM 1826. Noon-Midnight. Contact Rose Kimball at (512) 447-5851 or visit for more information.