The unofficial start of summer has begun — and the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend provide a perfect kickoff. Enjoy a performance by iconic duo Penn & Teller or get down to new sounds from reggaeton superstars Wisin y Yandel For a full listing of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, May 30
Patton Oswalt in concert
Award-winning comedian Patton Oswalt performs live at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Known for his work in film and on television shows such as Parks and Recreation and his current role on NBC’s AP Bio, Oswalt’s style of comedy has garnered a loyal fanbase for decades. Select tickets are still available.
Friday, May 31
Majestic Theatre presents Penn & Teller
Magicians Penn & Teller cast a spell of comedy and wonder on a live audience for one night only. Beginning with their first performances in the late 1970s, this pair has toured the world while sharing their unique talents with fans of all ages. For available tickets, visit the Majestic Theatre website.
Saturday, June 1
Bihl Haus Arts presents “Eel Road” opening reception
The imagination of poet Teel Sale comes to life at the newest Bihl Haus Arts exhibition, “Eel Road.” Billed as a "multidimensional artistic collaboration," the show includes an installation of prints on Chinese paper by Gloria Sanchez-Hart and a large-scale papier mache sculpture by Nancy Oakley Klapp. Following the opening reception, the exhibition will be on display through July 16.
Wisin y Yandel in concert
One of Latin music’s hottest duos teams up for an explosive concert at the AT&T Center. The group has topped the reggaeton charts with hits such as “Aullando” and “Algo Me Gusta de Ti” throughout their nearly two-decade career — and their newest work proves there’s no stopping anytime soon. Wisin y Yandel hit the San Antonio stage in support of their album, Los Campeones del Pueblo/The Big Leagues.
Angélique Kidjo in concert
Three-time Grammy Award winner Angelique Kidjo performs her blend of West African and American R&B and funk live at the Carver Community Cultural Center. The force behind 13 studio albums, Kidjo has a magnetic stage show that has captivated audiences worldwide. A select number of floor and balcony tickets are still available.