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San Antonio’s Cinco de Mayo celebration fills up the historic Market Square with delicious foods and music that will keep you moving all weekend long. Luckily, for those of us that aren’t able to travel to San Antonio for the celebration, the public market at El Mercado is open year round where you can purchase beautiful pottery, artwork, leather goods, and more. As part of the Cinco de Mayo festivities, you can check out Traders Village— just a little outside of San Antonio proper—where there is free live music, carnival rides, and amazing Mexican and Tex-Mex food.

San Antonio’s Cinco de Mayo celebration fills up the historic Market Square with delicious foods and music that will keep you moving all weekend long. Luckily, for those of us that aren’t able to travel to San Antonio for the celebration, the public market at El Mercado is open year round where you can purchase beautiful pottery, artwork, leather goods, and more. As part of the Cinco de Mayo festivities, you can check out Traders Village— just a little outside of San Antonio proper—where there is free live music, carnival rides, and amazing Mexican and Tex-Mex food.

San Antonio is widely regarded as one of the best destinations for Cinco de Mayo festivities. The Market Square is the center of all celebrations of the city, attracting tourists worldwide to experience live music, authentic street food, countless art vendors, and performances. The Market Square in historical and vibrant San Antonio boasts colorful energy that comes to life every May 5th as a true homage to this celebratory day.

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