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Fall Events To Check Out This October

Looking for festive fall activities to celebrate in the new season? Check out our round up of San Antonio happenings to enjoy with your friends this October!

Six Flags Fiesta Texas Fright Fest

September 29 – October 31, Six Flags Fiesta Texas

www.sixflags.com/fiestatexas/special-events/fright-fest-night

Just in time for the Halloween season, Six Flags Fiesta Texas is bringing back their Frights By Night series. Complete with terrifying haunted houses, spooky scare zones and horrifying performances, you’re sure to get your scare on. New exhibits for 2017 are Blood Bayou and Carnevil 3D. If you’re a fan of the new Stephen King movie IT you will get a kick out of Carnevil 3D.

Oktoberfest San Antonio

October 6 – 7 & October 14 – 15, Beethoven Maennerchor Halle

https://www.beethovenmaennerchor.com

Dance under the stars in an authentic German Biertgarten during a two-weekend celebration at Betthoven Maennerchor Halle. The group is one of the oldest German signing societies in Texas, located in the Historic King William District in beautiful downtown San Antonio. Celebrate with authentic music, food and German specialties.

San Antonio Beer Festival

Saturday, October 21st at Dignowity & Lockwood Parks

www.sanantoniobeerfestival.com

The 12th annual San Antonio Beer Festival is the largest beer festival in San Antonio, featuring more than 450 craft beers from over 150 breweries from around the world. The festival is jam packed with unique casks, exclusive collaborations and more. The event will also feature live music, interactive games, a wine garden, food trucks, local vendors and more. Even better a portion of the proceeds will benefit the San Antonio Food Bank.

Día de Los Muertos Celebration

Saturday, October 28 – Sunday, October 29

www.muertosfest.com/

Celebrate this traditional Mexican holiday during San Antonio’s annual Dia de los Muertos celebrations. This two-day event includes lively processions, dancing, live music and more. Celebrations will take place at a few locations throughout the city – Trader Village, La Villita Historic Arts Village and at the Dia de los Muertos & H-E-B Community Events – check the website for more details.