Celebrate the best of San Antonio with this packed weekend agenda. Buy a new conversation piece for your art collection at the Briscoe Western Art Museum or spend a day outside with the family during Síclovía. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, March 28
Broadway in San Antonio presents Fiddler on the Roof
Beloved musical Fiddler on the Roof returns to the Majestic Theatre stage. The timeless story of family obligation and love includes stunning new dance performances created by choreographer Hofesh Shechter. Guests will also enjoy the Broadway production’s classic tunes including “Sunrise, Sunset," “If I Were a Rich Man,” and more. Performances through March 31.
Friday, March 29
Briscoe Western Art Museum presents “2019 Night of Artists Exhibition & Art Sale” opening weekend
An array of work by 80 talented Western artists from across the country is on sale at the Briscoe Western Art Museum. Attendees to the art sale’s opening night can enjoy a panel discussion with art aficionados, delicious food stations, beverages, and live music by Mickey and The Motorcars under the stars. Following the opening weekend, the show will be on display through May 5.
Sunday, March 31
YMCA of Greater San Antonio presents Siclovía
City streets are transformed into fun safe zones for exercise and play during Síclovía. The family-friendly day of movement encourages attendees to walk, bike, and enjoy drop-in exercise classes at Roosevelt Park. Additional happenings include kid activities, treats for pets, food trucks, and more. Admission is free.
Krause’s Cafe and Biergarten presents Crawfish Boil
Crawfish season is still going strong at Krause’s Cafe and Biergarten. Local foodies are invited to chow down on a massive crawfish boil including Cajun fixings such as corn, sausage, and potatoes. Live music from Ruben V provides the opportunity to dance off the seafood in between bites.
The Witte Museum presents “My Heart Is Not Blind” closing day
Multimedia exhibition “My Heart is Not Blind” approaches its final day on display at The Witte Museum. The collection spotlights people with visual impairment, tells their stories, and reveals powerful insights about blindness and human resilience. The exhibit by photographer and documentarian Michael Nye will close on March 31.