My, how the year has flown by! It’s time once again to celebrate the beginning of a New Year. Where are you planning on celebrating New Year’s Eve?
How was your 2012? The good news is that the Mayans were wrong about the end of the world and we’re all still here!
If you are looking for some ideas to enjoy your weekend, here are just a few:
The 20th Annual Valero Alamo Bowl, will be going on this Saturday, December 29th at the Alamodome.
Celebrate San Antonio promises great music and a fun time for everyone in Downtown San Antonio to bring in the New Year.
20th Annual Valero Alamo Bowl 2012
Major college football comes to the Alamodome on December 29th in the 20th Annual Valero Alamo Bowl. The Oregon State Beavers will be coming down to Texas to take on the University of Texas Longhorns.
For more information please visit the 20th Annual Valero Alamo Bowl website.
Celebrate San Antonio 2012
Downtown San Antonio plays host to San Antonio’s annual New Year’s Eve event, Celebrate San Antonio. This free event features something for everyone including music on four stages and special entertainment areas for the children and families alike.
For more information please visit the Celebrate San Antonio website.
San Antonio Fiesta Texas Holiday in the Park 2012
Fiesta Texas Holiday in the Park will be open this weekend. This celebration features plenty of delightful family activities to help capture the holiday spirit.
For more information please visit the San Antonio Fiesta Texas Holiday in the Park website.
San Antonio SeaWorld´s Christmas Celebration 2012
SeaWorld´s Christmas Celebration opens this weekend. This celebration features live shows and hot cocoa as you stroll through a wintery, watery wonderland.
For more information please visit the San Antonio SeaWorld´s Christmas Celebration website.
What do you think?
Are there any other events you know happening this weekend? Please let me know what they are in the comments.
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