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

River Walk San Antonio
Head to the River Walk for the finale of Fiesta Noche del Rio. Visit San Antonio/Facebook
Livingston Taylor
See legendary musician Livingston Taylor in concert this Friday. Photo courtesy of The Tobin Center for Performing Arts
The Tobin Center of Performing Arts presents H-E-B Cinema on the Plaza
Catch a free movie at the Tobin Center on Friday. Photo courtesy of The Tobin Center for Performing Arts
River Walk San Antonio
Livingston Taylor
The Tobin Center of Performing Arts presents H-E-B Cinema on the Plaza

This weekend is packed with fun, from Fiesta Noche del Rio to San Antonio Restaurant Week and more. For a full list of Alamo City happenings, visit our events calendar.

Friday, August 11

Fiesta Noche del Rio
Enjoy the final two nights of Fiesta Noche del Rio at the River Walk. Fantastic performances will showcase the songs and dances of Latin America.

The Tobin Center presents H-E-B Cinema on the Plaza
The Tobin Center of Performing Arts' H-E-B Cinema on the Plaza series concludes with a free outdoor screening of The Lego Batman Movie. Locals are invited to bring the kid, picnic blankets, and lawn chairs for a fun evening al fresco.

Livingston Taylor in concert
Legendary musician Livingston Taylor is taking his talent to the Tobin Center on Friday night. The master guitarist is set to play hits from his large discography of 13 albums.

Saturday, August 12

San Antonio Restaurant Week
Take a culinary journey to the city's hottest eateries during the kickoff of San Antonio Restaurant Week. Diners at participating restaurants can expect delicious lunches and dinners crafted by top chefs. Here are our favorite menus.

Magik Theatre presents Junie B. Jones: The Musical
Ease your kids back into their school-year routine with one of the most famous first-graders, Junie B. Jones, at the Magik Theatre. This family-friendly show closes this weekend. Performances run Saturday, August 12, and Sunday, August 13.