Fiesta is in full swing, and this weekend’s top five things to do are certain to get you into the spirit. Take a thrilling coaster ride during Fiesta Carnival or experience the music of Mexican and Latin American culture at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, April 25
Hotel Emma presents Honey-Centric Cocktail Party
Sip on spirits and snack on cheese board bites, all paired with local honey from Lone Star Bee Company. Guests to the Hotel Emma party can learn how to create their own sophisticated cocktails and assemble charcuterie plates like a pro (while enjoying an indulgently delicious practice spread, of course). A select number of tickets are still available.
High-flying rides zoom into the Alamodome in celebration of the Fiesta season. Fiesta Carnival is five consecutive days of free entertainment, delicious food, and fun for adventurous locals of all ages. This year’s featured rides include new additions like the Super Cyclone roller coaster and the Streetfighter 360. Unlimited ride wristbands are available daily. Admission is free.
Friday, April 26
San Antonio Symphony presents Fiesta Pops
Enjoy the music, dance, and culture of Mexico and Latin America at the San Antonio Symphony. Fiesta Pops is a beautiful blending of music performed by the Campanas de America and the colorful dancers with the Guadalupe Dance Company that celebrates the cultural and artistic significance of Latinx culture and tradition. Performances at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts run through April 28.
The Overtime Theater presents Night Springs
The Overtime Theater kicks off its new six-week serial play, Night Springs, this weekend. The thrilling production tells the story of a town where the supernatural forces of good and evil collide after a rare item from the devil is discovered. New live episodes weekly. Performances through May 11.
Sunday, April 28
Robin Trower in concert
English rock artist Robin Trower comes to San Antonio in support of his 2017 album, Time and Emotion. After rising to fame in the 1960s with Procol Harum, the guitarist and vocalist has racked up classic hits, such as “Too Rolling Stoned” and “Day of the Eagle,” in a discography that spans decades. View available seats for The Aztec Theatre show on the ticketing website.