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

Rent 20th anniversary national tour
Broadway hit Rent rocks the Majestic Theatre Friday. Photo by Carol Rosegg
Gil Shaham
See violinist Gil Shaham live at the San Antonio Symphony Gala on Saturday. Gil Shaham/Facebook
Alamo Beer Company glass logo San Antonio brewery
Toast to two years of great local brews at Alamo Beer Company's second anniversary party. Alamo Beer/Facebook
Rent 20th anniversary national tour
Gil Shaham
Alamo Beer Company glass logo San Antonio brewery

San Antonio is blossoming with fun weekend events. Raise a glass at a special anniversary party or catch Broadway hit Rent. For a full list of happenings, visit our events calendar.

Friday, March 3

Élian Hotel & Spa presents Italian Culinary Weekend
Élian Hotel's three-day Italian experience includes a Calzone and Chianti Reception, Taste of Tuscany Cooking Class, Italian Wine Dinner, and Sunday Brunch. Tickets are available for each event.

Broadway in San Antonio presents Rent
Hit Broadway musical Rent comes to the Majestic Theatre this weekend only. Rediscover the Tony Award-winning story about struggling artists following their dreams. Performances run through March 5.

Saturday, March 4

Alamo Beer Company's 2nd Anniversary Party
Celebrate this homegrown brewery's second year of business at an epic anniversary party. The weekend-long bash will include tours, signature brews, anniversary glassware, and live music performances. 

2017 San Antonio Symphony Gala
The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts will host the San Antonio Symphony's spring gala. The evening will feature a performance by acclaimed violinist Gil Shaham accompanied by the symphony. Don’t miss your chance to hear an American master's flawless technique live.

Sunday, March 5

Patio Andaluz 2017 Reunion
You're invited to the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts to pay homage to historic San Antonio music landmark Patio Andaluz with an evening of tunes from the likes of Joe Bravo, Johnny Hernandez, Monroe Powell, and more.

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