San Antonio, TX

Festivals & Special Events

Besides the great shopping, there's always something fun happening at the market. Festivals and special events are planned year-round: Chili Cookoffs, Auto Swap Meet, Cinco de Mayo, Halloween Boo Bash, Native American Indian Pow Wow and so much more! See listing below for more information.

October 6th, 2018 - November 25th, 2018

Traders Village Corny Maze

The Corny Maze will be open the weekend of November 10 - 11.   Due to the recent rains, the Corny Maze is Extremely MUDDY!!! So, PLEASE do not wear your good shoes, you will…

November 17th-18th 2018

ComiCon San Antonio

Cosplay characters get ready and come join us our Traders Village COMICON on November 17-18, 2018.   Super Hero Guest will be Dan Fraga Dan’s career includes working as an artist for Image, Marvel, and…

November 24th, 2018 - December 22nd, 2018

Holiday Market with Santa

Santa is at Traders Village weekends to meet and greet. Kids of all ages can have their photo taken with Santa for a small donation to charity. Get into the spirit of Christmas with thousands…

November 24th-25th 2018

Javier Galvan's ~ Gospel Fest

Join Javier Galvan from "La Fe Café " as he presents the 6th Annual “GOSPEL FEST 2018”  Confirmed to perform- **Artists may be subject to change** Saturday, Nov. 24 Schedule TIME           …

December 1st-2nd 2018

Crab Fest

Traders Village Crab Fest will be December 1st and 2nd and will feature tasty crab dishes including boiled Snow Crab with trimmings including  spicy corn, red potatoes , roll and delicious Crab and Seafood  Gumbo.   Music…

Sunday, December 9th 2018

Toy Drive and Car Show

Join us for our fifth annual "Toys for Tots" Toy Drive on December 19th .The Marines, Squirrel Squad Car Club and Traders Village will join forces to collect toys for children who would otherwise not receive a…

Market Hours

Open Saturday & Sunday

Best Shopping Times

10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Parking $4

Vendor Gates Open 7 a.m.


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