Alamo Heights Night 2020 Will Kick Off Its Fall Fiesta Early on Friday October 30th
The postponed 34th Annual Alamo Heights Night® celebration will take place on Friday October 30th, 5:30pm to 11:30pm, at the campus of the University of the Incarnate Word at 4301 Broadway.
“It’s Party Time in ’09”®, as the event has been nicknamed (“09” being the last two digits of the Alamo Heights zip code), is known for its vast selection of eats from some of San Antonio’s favorite restaurants as well as traditional Fiesta fare. Mouthwatering selections will include fajitas, burgers, Texas style BBQ and more and there will be adult beverages in the beer and wine gardens.
Two stages will feature live music throughout the evening from bands such as Hotcakes, Skyrocket, Finding Friday, Ruben V, the Biohazard Brass Band, and more. The festive atmosphere will be family-friendly as the carnival midway will captivate kids of all ages with many new activities.
Admission is free for children under 12 and for all active duty and reserve military with a valid ID. Tickets are $5 for ages 12-17 and students with a valid ID, and $15 for adults. All ticket sales will take place at the event site (no advanced sales). Free park and ride service available from Alamo Heights Methodist Church, Alamo Heights High School, Incarnate Word High School, and the San Antonio Zoo Garage on Tuleta. Shuttles will run from 5:15pm until 12 midnight. Free parking will also be available in the AT&T lot at Hildebrand & Broadway.
Security screening will be in place at all entrances. Bags/containers larger than 12”x12”x6” are prohibited (with the exception of materials for use for babies or health reasons). For more details and a complete list of prohibited items, please visit this link: http://alamoheightsnight.org/security-screening/ .
The Alamo Heights Rotary Club has raised over $2,000,000 in support of non- profit organizations and community service activities since its inception. Alamo Heights Night®, an official Fiesta® event since 2014, is their largest fund raiser, organized by over 100 volunteer Rotarians who head numerous committees and recruit 500+ volunteers to make the event a success.