SAN ANTONIO – After more than two years, Fiesta San Antonio returns on June 17 to safely celebrate and support its Participating Member Organizations (PMOs). Fiesta 2021 is officially 44 days away! This year, due to many logistical reasons, nearly 50 of the 115+ events are moving forward for Fiesta 2021, and Fiesta will still be the great event that represents San Antonio’s culture, heritage, and passion for giving back.
President of the Fiesta San Antonio Commission, Baltazar (Walter) Serna, says, “We are so excited to have Fiesta 2021. The Fiesta Commission’s priority has always been the health and safety of all Fiesta guests. Working with health expert, Dr. Marty Makary, and based on the current and projected scientific data, the Fiesta San Antonio Commission, the City of San Antonio and Metro Health have determined that Fiesta 2021 can occur safely.”
Each Fiesta event will have its own COVID-19 safety protocols, but the Fiesta
Commission has encouraged all of its Participating Member Organizations (PMOs) to follow CDC, Metro Health, City of San Antonio and Bexar County guidelines. Many Fiesta events will require face mask wearing and social distancing.
Steve Rosenauer, Executive Director of the Fiesta San Antonio Commission, exclaims, “We are excited to welcome San Antonians and our national and international guests for a celebration that is enthusiastically anticipated year-round!”
The official Fiesta event calendar is now live on the Fiesta San Antonio website. Click here to view the full calendar and plan your personalized Fiesta 2021 schedule today!
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