Texas Folklife Festival in San Antonio

The Texas Folklife Festival is a four-day cultural festival bringing together over 40 cultural groups from across the state of Texas. It offers a wide selection of ethnic foods, world music and traditional folk dance. Visitors are encouraged to participate – to learn, sing, dance, eat traditional ethnic foods and converse with people involved in the celebration. Other features of the festival are crafts and cooking demonstrations, storytelling, pioneering skills and demonstrations, special exhibits and carnival rides
Institute of Texan Cultures at University of Texas San Antonio. Held in downtown San Antonio at UTSA’s Institute of Texan Cultures, the Texas Folklife Festival is at the corner of Bowie and Durango, just off I-37 S
2008-06-01 -to- 2008-06-30
Annual | TBC. Usually three or four days in Jun
Hours: TBC
Usually Thurs–Fri 1700–2300; Sat 1200–2300; Sun 1200–2100
TBC. 2007 prices: Adults US$8–10; children (aged 6–12) US$4; children 5 and under free
From I-37 S/US-281 S (via exit number 158B) head towards Corpus Christi. Take the Durango Boulevard exit (exit number 140B) toward Hemis Fair Plaza, Alamodome and the Institute of Texan Cultures. Stay straight to go onto South Bowie Street and take a right at the lights. The Institute of Texan Cultures is on your right
Texas Folklife Festival
+1 (210) 458 2224
Via website

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