Weekend Event Guide

Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend

Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend

Gary Allan rodeo singing
Gary Allan plays the Let's Rodeo Ball. Photo by © Michelle Watson/CatchLightGroup.com
The world-famous Chippendales dancers will make a stop at The Aztec Theatre on Saturday. Chippendales/Facebook
Monster Jam, monster trucks
See 12-foot-tall monster trucks catch air at Monster Jam this weekend.  Photo courtesy of Feld Entertainment
Gary Allan rodeo singing
Monster Jam, monster trucks

We've rounded up San Antonio's hottest weekend happenings. Catch the last few days of DreamWeek San Antonio 2017 or get hyped at Monster Jam. For a full list of happenings, visit our events calendar.

Thursday, January 19

DreamWeek San Antonio 2017
DreamWeek wraps up this weekend with a handful of can't-miss events. An MLK speech contest, advocacy meetings, and a Freedom Block Party are among the happenings that San Antonians can enjoy. See the full DreamWeek schedule for venues and ticket prices.

Friday, January 20

San Antonio Symphony presents From Gospel to Soul to Broadway
Broadway performer and musical talent Capathia Jenkins joins the San Antonio Symphony at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts for two nights. Jenkins takes the audience on a journey through her favorite R&B, gospel, and Broadway tunes.

Saturday, January 21

San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo presents Let's Rodeo Ball
Don your best "Western Glitz" attire at the Let's Rodeo Ball this weekend. Guests of the hootenanny at Freeman Coliseum can enjoy delicious food and live music performances by Gary Allan, Neal McCoy, and Bret Mullins. 

Chippendales presents Best. Night. Ever. Tour
The world-famous Chippendales dancers are making a stop in San Antonio, and it's going to get hot. Don’t miss your chance to see this sizzling adults-only performance at The Aztec Theatre.

Monster Jam
Start your engines: Monster Jam is pulling into the Alamodome for an epic show. Kids and adults alike can witness 12-foot-tall vehicles catch air 35 feet above the ground during two days of monster truck awesomeness.

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