The latest Olé, San Antonio festivities for the 4th of July at The Pearl

The latest Olé, San Antonio festivities for the 4th of July at The Pearl

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Back in May we launched news about The Pearl’s, Olé, San Antonio, a summer-long festive program celebrating San Antonio’s Spanish heritage. Olé began June 15 and will continue through September 16th. The tricentennial celebration features events and activities related to four main pillarsgastronomy, music & dance, arts, and architecture. Pearl is excited to announce various happenings for Olé, San Antonio this week, July 4th – July 8th. This week includes Sound Cream at Pearl Park, a performance by Spanish artist Carlos Rodriguez and a Flamenco Tablao dinner. Here is a breakdown of the most current festivities.


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Wednesday, July 4: Sound Cream Sunset Sessions – Olé Edition at 5:30 p.m.

For the Olé edition of Sound Cream, DJ Manolo Black will take over Pearl Park with a Selena themed dance party. This edition will also have a Zumba class starting at 5:30 p.m. Sound Cream will occur every Wednesday during the summer.


Thursday, July 5: First Thursday Night Market at 4:00 p.m.

Journey into Spain by joining Pearl for the Olé edition of First Thursday Night Market. San Antonio’s esteemed flamenco troupe, Arte y Pasion —led by dancer and artistic director Tamara Adira — presents a visually stunning and theatrical performance of traditional Spanish dance. Night Market goers will still be able to purchase items from their favorite vendors with Spanish-themed goods.

Friday, July 6: Flamenco Performance by Carlos Rodriguez at 8:30 p.m.      

Pearl Amphitheater will host Madrid-based Carlos Rodriguez for a Spanish dance performance. He will perform along with his eight-person company of musicians and dancers, Bendita, which blends original flamenco music (performed live) with Spanish dance styles ranging from Fandangos to Rumbas. This event is free and open to the public. Pearl Amphitheater overlooks the San Antonio River and is located between La Gloria and Hotel Emma.

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Sunday, July 8:  and Chef Johnny Hernandez at 6:00 p.m.

Join Pearl Stable in a Spanish-inspired “tablao” to showcase dynamic entertainment and great culinary fare. Madrid-based Carlos Rodriguez will perform while guest enjoy a Paella Valencia by Chef Johnny Hernandez. Doors open at 6 p.m. and performance begins at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $150 per person and can be purchased here.

The Pearl is located at Pearl Pkwy, San Antonio, TX 78215. Parking information is available here: For even more information on Pearl, please visit and follow along on Facebook @HistoricPearl, Twitter @HistoricPearl, and Instagram @historicpearl. To join the Olé conversation, use hashtag #OleAtPearl. Happy 4th!