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CityFest will feature an array of national and local thought leaders coming together over three days in November to address the city’s many opportunities and challenges.

The event will be opened by Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff, who will deliver opening remarks on the luncheon program, Changing Cities: Thinking Big and Following Through. San Antonio native and visionary community leader, Robert Hammond, whose advocacy sparked creation of the world-renowned High Line Park in New York City, will be the keynote speaker. After his remarks, Editor and Publisher Robert Rivard will join Judge Wolff and Hammond on stage for a conversation and audience Q&A. Visitors to CityFest can expect panel discussions moderated by Rivard Report journalists in addition to one-on-one interviews, hands-on food and beverage experiences, and live music from bands to be announced at a later date.

CityFest will feature an array of national and local thought leaders coming together over three days in November to address the city’s many opportunities and challenges.

The event will be opened by Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff, who will deliver opening remarks on the luncheon program, Changing Cities: Thinking Big and Following Through. San Antonio native and visionary community leader, Robert Hammond, whose advocacy sparked creation of the world-renowned High Line Park in New York City, will be the keynote speaker. After his remarks, Editor and Publisher Robert Rivard will join Judge Wolff and Hammond on stage for a conversation and audience Q&A. Visitors to CityFest can expect panel discussions moderated by Rivard Report journalists in addition to one-on-one interviews, hands-on food and beverage experiences, and live music from bands to be announced at a later date.

CityFest will feature an array of national and local thought leaders coming together over three days in November to address the city’s many opportunities and challenges.

The event will be opened by Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff, who will deliver opening remarks on the luncheon program, Changing Cities: Thinking Big and Following Through. San Antonio native and visionary community leader, Robert Hammond, whose advocacy sparked creation of the world-renowned High Line Park in New York City, will be the keynote speaker. After his remarks, Editor and Publisher Robert Rivard will join Judge Wolff and Hammond on stage for a conversation and audience Q&A. Visitors to CityFest can expect panel discussions moderated by Rivard Report journalists in addition to one-on-one interviews, hands-on food and beverage experiences, and live music from bands to be announced at a later date.

WHEN

WHERE

Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
100 Auditorium Cir.
San Antonio, TX 78205
https://therivardreport.com/

TICKET INFO

$5-$165
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