Chaparral Music & Heritage Festival

22apr12:00 pm11:00 pmChaparral Music & Heritage FestivalTexas country and americana music fans revel in all things Texas.12:00 pm - 11:00 pm Hemisfair, 434 S. Alamo St.

Event Details

The Annual Chaparral Music & Heritage Festival

Produced by the San Antonio Parks Foundation, Chaparral Music & Heritage is deeply rooted in the belief systems and practices to protect, grow, nourish, and perpetuate, an ecosystem of learning, camaraderie, celebration, and legacy that public parks provide to citizens and visitors as places to create and perpetuate their own storytelling for the now and future of San Antonio.

While General Admission to the festival is free and open to the public, a limited number of VIP Culinary Experience tickets are available to 21+ patrons who wish to elevate their Chaparral experience. Under the shade of Texas oak trees, ticketed VIP guests will enjoy an on-site culinary and beverage experience.


Q: Where is Hemisfair? A: 630 E. Nueva St, San Antonio, TX 78205 (at Alamo St. across from the Fairmount Hotel)
Q: What items are prohibited at the festival? A: No outside food or beverages will be permitted. No coolers. No bottles. No weapons – of any kind. All bags subject to search.
Q: Where can I park? A: There is parking available downtown and around Hemisfair on a first-come, first-served basis.
Q: Can I use a ride-share? A: Yes, we encourage ride-sharing and public transportation. This is a accessible and walkable location.
Q: Can I bring my own food/drink? A: No outside food or beverages will be allowed.

Please direct all questions and sponsorship inquiries to

Organized in 1981, the non-profit, donor-supported San Antonio Parks Foundation is a philanthropic charity formed to provide improvements to parks and the park experience to the area’s 250+ parks and over 150 miles of walking and biking trails. All monies raised support and accelerate impactful and transformative park projects from playgrounds to lighting, beautification, accessibility, shade, recycling, water conservation, resurfacing walking paths, signage, restoration, and more. Funding for park projects is provided from foundation and corporate grants, and individual gifts and donations. Learn more at


(Saturday) 12:00 pm - 11:00 pm