San Antonio holiday activities kick into high gear Friday, with the Ford Holiday Parade. Live Christmas music from the Arneson River Stage at La Villita begins at 6 p.m.At 7 p.m., there is a tree lighting ceremony at the Arneson before the start of the Ford Holiday River Parade. The parade route is 2 ½-miles long. Reserved seats are available online. Three free viewing locations include:Those looking to view the parade in the free zones will need to bring your own chairs.
As is often the case, there's a lot going on in San Antonio this weekend. First off, on Saturday night, Arts San Antonio brings performer Eddie Palmieri to the Alamo City. “He is the most consistently innovative artist in Afro-Caribbean music in the United States in the last 30 years,” Arts San Antonio’s John Toohey said. “His parents emigrated from Puerto Rico in the 30s and relocated in Spanish Harlem.”Palmieri excelled on piano at an early age.
The Magik Theatre brings together two elements this weekend whose combination puts a whole new light on each. Those two elements are Shakespeare and the San Antonio River. "We have ‘Shakespeare on the River’ happening this weekend at the Arneson River Theater," the Magik Theatre’s Megan Coy said. The Arneson is considered a staple of San Antonio. "It really is a beautiful theater to see Shakespeare in, and the space kind of lends itself to the show," Coy said.
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