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Downtown Local Sounds is a concert experience for locals and visitors to the great city of San Antonio, TX.  This Sunday afternoon concert series presents the finest bands and artists of San Antonio.  It's family friendly, all ages, FREE, and presents music that represents the spirit and sound of our town.  

Food, beverages, and music are available at the Arneson River Theatre at the historic La Villita on the downtown Riverwalk, the number one tourist destination in the state of Texas.  Come down for local culture, the beauty of La Villita and the Arneson Theatre, and have some tasty, local cuisine.  

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Our NEXT concert is Nov 26th from 2-6pm   

This Is Where Two Oceans Meet"The one man band that uses both percussive drums and looped guitars to create a sea of melody. With additions of spoken word semi-sung poems that overlay gentle tracks that sway you back in forth as if you were listening to the crashing of ocean waves on a dark summer night." - Southwest Post Rock Collective

Formative FireFormative Fire is a Jazz/Funk trio based out San Antonio, Texas. The trio features Richard Thurman on Guitar and Vocals, Christopher Carpenter on Bass, and John Alexander on Drums. Their style takes on the tradition of Jazz/Funk big hitters like Martin Medeski & Wood and John Scofield, but adding a few Rock infuences like Rage Against the Machine and Red Hot Chili Peppers. The most interesting part of this trio is Thurman's surprisingly soulful voice that wraps up the sound into a beautiful story of love and life.

River BaronsSan Antonio's Alt-country/Southern Rock sensation! Great guitar riff driven rock and roll with some country twang influences. This is old school song-writing that tells stories. There is no better headliner for this stage on the rio than River Barons.

Food Trucks:  Mrs. Snow's Shave Ice Truck, Heavenly Q, Panifico, Vero Pizza

Sponsors: Peterson Entertainment, Llc, La Villita, Center City Development and Operations Department. Alamo Area Council of Governments,