San Antonio always has an eclectic mix of music and events and now with the holidays upon us, throw in a haunted house.
Billed as part hayride and part haunted house, Zombieville is San Antonio's only "shoot em up paintball experience. Shoot your way through a six acre course. Tickets begin at $3 for spectators and $24 for the full Zombie Hunter pass which includes 100 paintball rounds. 10011 Moursand Blvd, San Antonio. (formally the Moursand Flea Market) http://zombievilletexas.com
The San Antonio Beer Festival
This drink fest begins at 1:00 pm on Saturday October 19th and lasts until 6pm. Located at Hemisphere Park, the festival will include over 200 craft and premium beers from around the world to local breweries. Wine tasting, music, food and games for the kids included. Click HERE for more info
Kara Stevens and The Dam Band
Look for an interview soon with this San Antonio Rocker who recently released her debut CD “Feels So Right.” Strong powerful vocals and a band that can keep up with her energy make this artist someone to watch in 2014. Catch Kara at Snoops Tavern, 10726 Perrin Beitel Rd San Antonio, TX 78217. 210-651-1800 http://www.karastevens.com
Avenge Sevenfold with The Deftones & Ghost B.C.
Former # 1 Billboard Metal act is back in San Antonio in support of their sixth studio release “Hail To The King,” which was released on August 23rd. The band describes the album as more like classic rock and classic metal in the vein of Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin. A T&T Center, San Antonio. att.centersanantonio.com/