Where to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo // San Antonio


Southtown Arts District First Saturday Market

The Artisan // May 4 // 10 am - 5 pm

Southtown Arts District Lavaca Neighborhood First and Second Saturday Markets with The Artisan is celebrating Cinco De Mayo. The market will have an assortment of local vendors, Mexican folkloric dancers, and more both the first and second Saturdays of May.



Traders Village Cinco de Mayo Music Celebration

Traders Village // May 4 & 5 // 12 pm - 5:30 pm

Traders Village is partnering with local radio stations as well as Telemundo San Antonio for a musical celebration of Mexico's 1862 victory. There will be a full afternoon of entertainment and live bands on both days, with live music under the Brown Expo and inside Traders Hall.



Tobin de Mayo

Tobin Center // May 4 // 10 am - 4 pm

This Tobin event is the Fiesta after party with a cause to help beautify the city. Free admission, live music, a petting zoo, and a VIP area make this event fun for everyone. Proceeds will go back to the neighborhood to aid with clean up, vegetative beautification, art and scholarships to aid people in keeping their home unique to the area.



Cinco de Mayo with Travis Marvin

Bowman Backyard // May 5 // 4 pm - 7 pm

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Independent country artist Travis Marvin who has won a sizable fan following through his rock-infused songs and close connection with his fans. Enjoy a taco bar while listening to the artist who has opened for likes of Eric Church, Luke Bryan, and Florida Georgia Line.



Car & Truck Show and Salsa Showdown

Thirsty's SA // May 5 // 5 pm

Come and taste some of San Antonio’s hottest salsa while viewing cars and trucks of all makes and models. Awards will be given, food vendors will be onsite, Mystic Productions DJs will be live, and an after party inside the bar will take place after the event.