With Thanksgiving already gone, the winter holidays are just around the corner. Rather than packing up and heading home this holiday season, spend some time right here in San Antonio exploring the sights! There is plenty going on here at Tobin Lofts and around town to get you out of your apartment and keep you busy throughout the holiday season!
The restored Pearl Brewery is the place to be on December 6! Enjoy the holiday tamale festival where you can celebrate all things tamale! There will be dozens of tamales to taste, from traditional to dessert, as well as dancing, live music, and fireworks! This is one holiday festival you don’t want to miss!
San Antonio Spurs
Cheer on the Spurs as they race for seis this season at home! They’re off to an impressive start with just one loss so far, and will be playing the Timberwolves, Knicks, and Lakers at home before the year is over. Head to the AT&T Center on December 6, 10, and 12 to root for the home team! Be sure to ask about discounts with your student ID!
Fiesta de las Luminarias
Take a stroll along the River Walk any Friday, Saturday, or Sunday in December where you can experience holiday serenity at its finest! Warmly glowing candles line the walkways in a symbolic “lighting of the way” for the Holy Family, while also providing a beautiful experience. If you haven’t already enjoyed the San Antonio River, this is your chance to see it by candlelight!
The Lion King
Starting Wednesday, December 10, experience some magic when you head to the Majestic Theatre San Antonio. The stage will come alive as the hit Broadway play The Lion King comes to town and wows audiences of all ages. There are a variety of show times available, so make sure you catch this fantastic show before it leaves town!
There is a lot going on this season around San Antonio, TX — you just have to get out there and find the fun that’s right for you! While school is out spend some time exploring San Antonio and all of the fun events happening around town.
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