San Antonio is such an amazing and diverse Texas destination. Who would expect a beautiful, warm, lush and humid environment with a thriving performing arts community, southwestern cultural center, museums, A Unesco World Heritage site and a river that runs through it, in cowboy country? Well you and your performing groups should!

Two major performing opportunities are highlighted in our San Antonio Performance Tours. The Valero Alamo Bowl gives your marching band and/or choir the ability to participate in a water parade, pep rally and so much more. In the springtime, nearby Six Flags Fiesta Texas, a Music In The Parks Festival is hosted.

Other Activities in a San Antonio Performance Tour

  • Briscoe Western Art Museum
  • Barge ride along the Riverwalk
  • Market Square, El Mercado
  • Majestic Theatre show
  • Unesco World Heritage Site

And “Remember the Alamo”, made most famous in our pop culture by the 1960 movie with John Wayne as Davy Crockett.

If you’re interested in taking your band or choir students on a San Antonio performance tour, review our itineraries below to learn more about our suggested trip highlights!


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Destination Highlights

san antonio tower

San Antonio Tower

metropolitan museum of art

The Alamo

six flags slide


texas river cruise

San Antonio River Walk

riverwalk band performance

Performance Opportunities

  • “Battle of the Bands” Field Show Contest
  • Alamo Bowl Pep Rally
  • Halftime Show at the Alamo Bowl
  • Sea World
  • Six Flags Fiesta Texas
  • Music Festival

McNay art museum

Activities and Sightseeing

  • Witte Museum where nature meets science
  • Kayak along the San Antonio River Walk
  • McNay Art Museum
  • Market Square, El Mercado
  • Swim with the dolphins at Sea World
  • San Antonio Symphony at Tobin Center
  • Tour the San Antonio five missions
  • San Antonio Musuem of Art

Sample Itineraries

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