San Antonio, TX – Want something to do in June 2021? Then we’ve got you covered with these ten things to do in San Antonio!
Saxet Trade Shows – June 5 – 6
San Antonio Event Center 8111 Meadow Leaf, San Antonio, TX
If you like trade shows, then head over to Saxet Trade Shows San Antonio this June! This is the place to be for gun shows, military gear, fishing supplies, and so on. The event is expected to last from 9 AM to 6 PM on both days.
San Antonio Bridal Extravaganza – June 13
Henry B. González Convention Center 900 E Market St, San Antonio, TX
Are you a huge fan of wedding dress fashion? Are you looking for inspiration for your wedding or that of your family or friend? Then the San Antonio Bridal Extravaganza has you covered! The event will take place from noon to 5 PM at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center.
Fiesta San Antonio – June 17 – 27
Fiesta is back this year in San Antonio! Celebrate Fiesta at one of the various events happening around the city. View our go-to guide on celebrating Fiesta in 2021.
Tejano Explosion 2021 – June 19 – 26
Downtown San Antonio 900 W Houston St, San Antonio, TX
If you’re a big fan of Tejano music, head over to Tejano Explosion 2021, which starts on June 19 and ends on the 26. With live music from over 21 bands, food and drinks, and a fantastic outdoor venue, this event will get into the spirit of Tejano music!
9th Annual Fiesta Especial Inclusion 5K & Parade – June 19
Windcrest City Hall 8601 Midcrown Dr, San Antonio, TX
This event is all about empowerment and inclusion, as disABILITYsa hosts its 9th Annual Fiesta Especial Inclusion 5K & Parade at Windcrest on June 19. A 5K Race will take place, and visitors are encouraged to wear their festive Fiesta wear. The event starts at 7 AM, followed by a special parade at 10 AM.
Juneteenth Book Signing Playdate – June 19
East Side San Antonio 1221 WW White Road, San Antonio, TX
Want to share your stories? Then check out the Juneteenth Book Signing Playdate! Here, you’ll learn how to write stories, make new friends, and learn something new. Plus, you’ll get a free signed copy of any Blythe the Author book. This event is from 10 AM to 12 PM.
10th Annual Open Car Show – June 19
Wonderland of the Americas 4522 Fredericksburg Rd, San Antonio, TX
Wonderland of the Americas will be hosting its 10th Annual Open Car Show, where anything and everything cars will be out for public display. Vendors from many companies will be there to bring you fun and excitement as you do some shopping for the best products and services in the car industry.
24th Annual TX Alamo Aloha Fiesta – June 19 – 20
Traders Village 9333 Southwest Loop 410, San Antonio, TX
Despite the scheduling being moved to June 2021, this event is still on at Traders Village. Get into the Hawaiian spirit at TX Alamo Aloha Fiesta. Sponsored by Tutuman’s Dream AIGA, this event will have live music, shopping opportunities, and great food.
Fast N Furious Car Show – June 26
Santikos Cibolo 18124 I-35 N, Cibolo, TX
Do you want to get away to Cibolo, TX? And are you a big fan of the Fast and Furious movies? If you said “yes” to both questions, then head over to Santikos Entertainment Cibolo, where car-associated vendors will be there to sell you great merchandise for vehicles. This event is sponsored by the theater and the Cibolo Enrichment Foundation (CEF). Vendors will set up from 8 to 10 AM, and the event will be from 10 AM to 3 PM.
San Antonio Virtual Pride Parade – June 26
San Antonio is happy to celebrate Pride Month this year, as Pride San Antonio hosts its virtual pride festival on June 26 from 6 to 10 PM. Enjoy free makeup tutorials, pride weddings, as well as special guests who will kick off the celebration.
United Way Kids Festival – June 26
Lincoln Park 2915 E. Commerce St, San Antonio, TX
Want to take your kids somewhere fun this summer? Then check out the United Way Kids Festival on June 26. Lincoln Park on E. Commerce is the place to be for a free drive-up event for families and children. With plenty of games and activities for kids to participate in, early childhood development is a priority for the San Antonio community. This event is sponsored by the Texas Cavaliers and is sponsored by United Way (San Antonio), the City of San Antonio, and other contributions and donations from generous supporters.