A Taste of New Orleans
Fun Facts about the 37th Annual “A Taste of New Orleans” event:
- Family-Friendly Atmosphere: The event is designed for all ages, making it a great outing for the entire family. It’s an excellent opportunity to spend quality time with your loved ones while enjoying the festivities.
- New Orleans-Style Food: You can indulge in a variety of delicious New Orleans-style dishes, including assorted gumbos, red beans and rice, shrimp creole, and many other tasty treats. It’s a fantastic culinary experience for food enthusiasts.
- Live Music: Enjoy the vibrant sounds of New Orleans with live music. The event offers a chance to groove to the rhythms of jazz, blues, and other musical genres associated with this iconic city.
- Wide Beverage Selection: In addition to the delectable food, you can quench your thirst with a wide assortment of beverages. Whether you’re a fan of classic New Orleans cocktails or prefer something non-alcoholic, there’s something for everyone.
- Entertainment for Kids: The event isn’t just for adults; there are activities for kids as well. Kids can have a blast with rides, play areas, clowns, and face painting, making it an enjoyable day out for the whole family.
These elements combined make “A Taste of New Orleans” a fun and engaging event that offers a taste of the vibrant culture, cuisine, and entertainment that New Orleans is known for!
SAZA Inc’s extensive list of causes and organizations they support. Each of these causes plays a vital role in contributing to the betterment of the San Antonio community and beyond. Here’s a brief description of each of the causes and organizations:
- San Antonio Food Bank: Providing food assistance to those in need in the San Antonio area.
- Blessed Angels Community Center: Supporting and assisting community members, particularly those facing adversity.
- Any Baby Can: Offering assistance and support to families with children who have special health needs.
- Susan G. Komen: Focusing on breast cancer awareness, research, and support for those affected by breast cancer.
- SLEW Wellness Center: Promoting health and wellness in the community.
- Meals on Wheels: Delivering meals to homebound seniors to combat senior hunger and isolation.
- Claude Black Multi-Service Center: Offering a variety of community services and support.
- Family Violence Prevention Services: Providing services and shelter to survivors of domestic violence.
- Seton Home: Assisting pregnant and parenting teen mothers.
- Salvation Army of San Antonio: Offering a range of social services and support.
- American Red Cross: Providing disaster relief and support to those in crisis.
- San Antonio Boys & Girls Club: Offering programs for youth to foster personal and academic success.
- YMCA of Greater San Antonio – Davis Scott Family Branch: Providing resources for youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.
- NAACP (San Antonio Branch): Working towards civil rights and social justice.
- United Negro College Fund: Supporting African American students in their pursuit of higher education.
- Tuskegee Airmen – San Antonio Chapter: Preserving the legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen and promoting education in aviation.
- The Carver Cultural Center: Promoting art and culture in the community.
- M.L. King Academy: An educational institution, likely focused on the teachings and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
- Angel Tree Prison Ministry: Supporting inmates and their families during the holiday season.
- Juneteenth Freedom Festival: Commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African Americans in the United States.
- Ms. Fiesta Pageant: Celebrating and recognizing women in the Fiesta San Antonio event.
- Ms. Black San Antonio Pageant: Recognizing and promoting the achievements of Black women in San Antonio.
- San Antonio Queen of Soul Pageant: To create an environment where young African American women realize that their worth, intelligence and potential is beyond the Crown.
It’s clear that SAZA Inc is dedicated to a wide range of important causes, from food security and education to health, culture, and social justice.
Their support for these organizations demonstrates a commitment to improving the lives of individuals and the community as a whole.
Admission tickets are $17. Kids 10 and under are free. Presale tickets go on sale in early March. Tickets can be purchased online at our website or at any area HEB store location.
Gates open at: Friday, April 21st: 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm —– Tickets : $25
Saturday, April 22nd: 12:00 pm – 11:00 pm —– Tickets: Presale: $17, Event Weekend: $20
Sunday, April 23rd : 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm ——- Tickets: Presale: $17, Event Weekend: $20