¡Viva la Salud!  is WBU’s Community Fiesta Event, celebrating family wellness and nutrition. This event aims to create joy while celebrating and supporting wellness in our community. ¡Viva la Salud!  is free and open to the public.

Live Music · Children’s Activities · Field Sports · Food Trucks · Door Prizes · Unique Vendors · Zumba · Wellness Talks by Local Health Experts

WBU aims to connect to those who share a passion for family wellness and nutrition education and ¡Viva la Salud!  is designed to be both fun and resourceful for our local community.

Join us for the fun on:
Friday, April 26, 2019
Time: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Location: WBU’s Main Building, 11550 IH-35 North, San Antonio, TX 78233

Schedule of Events


1:00 pm:

Unstoppable Youth Dancers

-Vocal Stylings of Candace Lashay

-Faith Angels Praise Dancers       

2:00pm: Mariachi Agape


LBK Dancers

-Comedy by Brandon Little

-Diverse Dance Academy     


Vocal Stylings of Siobahn Bolt

-HipPop Fit

-Vocal Stylings of Jeremy Kingg       

ALL DAY: DJ Backwards


11:00am: San Antonio Food Bank: Healthy Eating on a Budget for Families


12:00pm:   Book Reading/Sing-along

12:00pm:   ZUMBA Fitness Class

2:00pm:     Book Reading/Sing-along

2:00pm:     Mobile Fit San Antonio Stretching Demonstration

4:00pm:     Book Reading/Sing-along

All Day:     Camp Gladiator Fitness Challenges

All Day:     Children’s Craft Area (coloring, crafts & face painting)

All Day:     Field Sports

All Day:     Mobile San Antonio Health Screenings

All Day:     Well Med Health Screenings

Get Involved!


This event is free to the public. RSVP for door prizes!

Enjoy a fun-filled day of live music from local artists, Zumba, children’s activities, photo opportunities, field sports, book readings, healthy food trucks and talks by local wellness experts!


QUESTIONS: Please contact Christina Orosco at (210) 590-5645 or vivalasalud@wbu.edu for any questions about ¡Viva la Salud!

VOLUNTEERS: Contact Christina Orosco to volunteer for this event at vivalasalud@wbu.edu or sign-up here