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5 Things to do in San Antonio in Fall 2019

Fall is coming, and so are these five exciting events in San Antonio. Touring historic Missions, hunting ghosts, and indulging in good food and beverages are all the perfect way to at least pretend like it’s not 100 degrees outside still. 


Mission Park Pavilion | 6030 Padre Drive

Tour de Las Misiones is the perfect way to make time for history while learning about San Antonio’s historic Missions. Maybe you haven’t been out to the holy grounds since you were a kiddo, or maybe you’re new to the city and you’d like to pay your respects to our city’s history. Well, pack your biking, walking, and running gear, because this one-of-a-kind event will allow participants to get in a healthy trip, all while being taken by tour escorts through the sites themselves. If you don’t feel like breaking a sweat, you can always go and enjoy the scenery, or buy the collectible T-shirt and goodie bags. We won’t tell anybody.


Victoria’s Black Swan Inn | 1006 Holbrook Road

Victoria’s Black Swan Inn in inviting San Antonio friends to their Paranormal Festival, right in time for spooky season. Ghost stories will be told, so bring a flashlight in case you get too scared at the cemetery exhibition. Victoria’s Black Swan Inn is combining “history, mystery, ghost stories, shopping, lectures, and food,”so you won’t want to miss it. Psychics, mediums, artists, ghost photography, and oddities will all be present. Don’t believe in ghosts? No problem! Paranormal lectures and speakers might change your mind. Our EVP readers are saying “Get out” of your house, and down to this spooky event sure to thrill.

9/20/19 – 9/22/19

Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center | 900 E Market St.

Big Texas Comicon is bringing the world of movies, TV, comics and more to reality at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. Interact, take photos, and get autographs from some of your favorite celebrities, all while strolling the convention center floors for unique pop-culture finds. Shop with special vendors and enjoy the unique works from several artists in south Texas. Cosplay is welcome, and encouraged, so put on your favorite superhero costume and go hang with your people.



Alamo Beer Company | 202 Lamar

Do we even need to say anymore? Head to Alamo Beer Company to try some unique wing recipes from all around the city. From chain restaurants to award-winning chefs to hometown vendors – this festival will have every type of wing you could possibly imagine. All that spice might make you thirsty, so lucky for us, there will be plenty of cold beers lined up and ready to pair with these wings. Do yourself a favor and take a few antacid tablets before you go.



Becker Vineyards and La Cantera Resort & Spa

For almost 20 years, Culinaria non-profit has been promoting locally-sourced food and wine in San Antonio through events including San Antonio’s beloved Restaurant Weeks. This September, Culinaria invites guests to the Wine + Food Festival, which includes special events like cocktail parties, culinary classes, tastings, and foodie fun. Tickets can be purchased for one or more of the events, and San Antonians are being encouraged to make a staycation out of it. Enjoy Texas food, made by Texas chefs, in the Texas Hill Country. That sounds pretty Texan (amazing!) to us.

We may all be faking fall until it finally arrives, but you can bet our agents are the real deal. From auto insurancepersonal life insurance, and business insurance, SOGO has you covered. Contact us on your way out to your next fall adventure! 

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