If your 2019 resolution is to experience something new, then dive right into the five best things to do in San Antonio this weekend. Visit the newest exhibition at The Witte Museum or celebrate 50 years of Pink Floyd with a laser show. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Friday, January 4
The Overtime Theater presents A Sign from the Taco Gods
The Overtime Theater and TacoTown Theatre Company present the world premiere of A Sign from the Taco Gods. This autobiographical solo show is written and performed by Jade Esteban Estrada, and combines his childhood memories along with his whirlwind career highlights in this stand-up-style performance. Second performance on January 5.
Saturday, January 5
The Witte Museum presents “My Heart Is Not Blind” opening day
Explore the nature of blindness and human resilience at The Witte Museum’s latest exhibition. Photographer and documentarian Michael Nye showcases photos and audio recordings of people with visual impairments in this intimate and gripping shot. Following opening day, "My Heart is Not Blind" will be on display through March 31.
Pink Floyd Laser Spectacular
Celebrate 50 years of legendary band Pink Floyd with an illuminating laser show. The original Laser Spectacular is a cult classic, featuring cutting-edge effects, high-powered lasers, hi-def large screen video projection, and special effects. Your senses are immersed in an array of visual displays choreographed to a soundtrack of Pink Floyd’s top hits. Select tickets are still available.
Tobin Entertainment presents An Evening with Jeremy Piven
Actor Jeremy Piven introduces his funnier side with his new stand-up comedy show at Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Best known for his role in the HBO comedy series Entourage, Piven's successful entertainment career includes a Golden Globe Award and three consecutive Emmy Awards. Purchase your tickets online here.
Sunday, January 6
The Autism Treatment Center presents Elvis Birthday Bash
The King returns for a rockin’ cause at La Hacienda de Los Barrios. Your ticket includes dinner, entertainment, and a raffle ticket. Guests can enjoy classic Elvis tunes performed live by The Rick Cavender Band while trying their luck at Elvis trivia for prizes. Proceeds support the Autism Treatment Center’s programs for children and adults with autism in San Antonio.