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

Culinaria Festival burger
Indulge in some of the best bites in San Antonio at Culinaria this weekend. Culinaria San Antonio/Facebook
Dennis Quaid and The Sharks
Dennis Quaid and The Sharks will perform at Gruene Hall on Thursday night. Gruene Hall/Facebook
The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts presents <i>Whose Live Anyway?</i>
The cast of Whose Live Anyway? will take over the Tobin Center this Thursday. Photo courtesy of The Tobin Center for Performing Arts
Culinaria Festival burger
Dennis Quaid and The Sharks
The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts presents <i>Whose Live Anyway?</i>

Festival fun abounds in San Antonio this weekend, from the chef-driven Culinaria Festival to the family-friendly Retama SpringFest. For a full list of happenings, visit our events calendar.

Thursday, May 18

San Antonio Culinaria Festival
Enjoy lavish luncheons, chic poolside happy hours, exclusive tastings, and more during the 18th annual Culinaria Festival. Once again, La Cantera Resort and Spa will be the main place for Culinaria activities. Tickets are still available to individual events. The fest runs through Sunday, May 21.

The Tobin Center presents Whose Live Anyway?
Inspired by the hit television series Whose Line Is It Anyway?, this unique live show will bring a cast of creative comics to the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Be prepared, because a few audience members will be asked to take the stage.

Dennis Quaid and The Sharks in concert
Take a quick trip to Gruene Hall for an evening of live tunes by actor and musician Dennis Quaid. The lead singer will be joined by his band, The Sharks, and opening act The Georges.

Friday, May 19

Retama SpringFest
Family-friendly fun is taking over Retama Park. This 10-day festival features live music performances, traditional carnival rides, and much more. Kiddos can take a ride on the epic Snow Slide Experience or explore Rattlesnake Republic. SpringFest runs through Monday, May 29.

The Tobin Center presents Songwriter Rendezvous
Some of music's most brilliant minds come together for a songwriter rendezvous at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Jimmy LaFave, Sam Baker, Slaid Cleaves, and Eliza Gilkyson will perform some of their favorite songs and share the inspiration behind them.