Soak up spring all around town at the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend. Rock out in tribute to Queen at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, or adopt a new four-legged family member at the National Puppy Day Celebration. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, March 21
One Night of Queen
Rock out to the timeless music of Queen for one magically memorable evening at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Gary Mullen and his band, The Works, will perform a spectacular live tribute to the rock legends with all the Freddie Mercury-esque pomp and showmanship fans can handle. Select tickets are still available.
Pink in concert with Julia Michaels
Pink is set to hit the AT&T Center stage for a high-energy performance featuring songs from her latest album, Beautiful Trauma. In addition to her newest work, fans can expect to hear a few of the “Just Give me a Reason” performer’s most famous chart-topping tracks, too. Singer Julia Michaels will join the stalwart pop star as the opening act.
Saturday, March 23
The Shops at La Cantera presents National Puppy Day Celebration
Things get ferociously cute at The Shops at La Cantera. National Puppy Day festivities include pet fashion, adoptions, puppy brunch, giveaways, tons of treats, and more. Get a front row seat to the fashion show action, and watch pups wag down the runway with their human models in new spring styles also available for purchase. Admission is free.
The Boston Pops Orchestra in concert
One of the most beloved orchestras in the country will 'pop' into the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts this weekend. Known as “America’s Orchestra,” the Boston Pops will perform a set spanning more than a century of music. Music fans of all ages are invited to experience this sound of our nation by way of a timeless genre. Tickets still available.
Sunday, March 24
A Conversation with Lou Diamond Phillips and La Bamba screening
Hollywood icon Lou Diamond Phillips visits the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts for an exclusive screening of the 1987 film La Bamba. Guests can stick around to enjoy a moderated discussion with Phillips following the movie. A select number of tickets to the intimate evening are still available.