Romanian Festival –  Dracula Fest 

October 21, 10am – 8pm

Rosedale Park  ( entrance from N General McMullen Dr.)

402 Dartmouth St, San Antonio, TX 78237

Romanians are, by nature, very welcoming people, being famous for their open house. Come to the first Romanian Festival and discover an amazing Romanian community in the Alamo City.

 Visit the First Romanian Festival in San Antonio and enjoy authentic Romanian cuisine. In an effort to preserve cultural heritage, this Festival combines traditional music, dancing, arts and crafts and Romanian delicacies.

Bring the whole FAMILY,  enjoy & feel great.

All proceeds from this festival will be used for building a church for

Romanian Community.

Free Entry & Free Parking.


You will have a chance to taste authentic Romanian dishes, listen to live music, see folk dance performances, admire an exhibit with folk costumes, pottery and handmade crafts, where you can also buy arts and crafts brought directly from Romania, learn about Romania and, last but not least , learn the truth behind the Dracula legend.


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All proceeds from this festival will go towards purchasing or building a new church.

Any check donation should be made to : St. John Cassian Mission Project