Kick off Labor Day weekend in San Antonio at a celebrated exhibit or with a fun day at the Alamo. For a full list of holiday weekend happenings, visit our events calendar.
Thursday, August 31
The Briscoe Western Art Museum presents George Catlin: “North American Indian Portfolio”
Experience George Catlin: “North American Indian Portfolio” on its final weekend. The rare collection of 31 hand-painted color plates depicts North America’s Native populations of the 19th century. Through September 10, the Briscoe is offering free admission to displaced residents from the Gulf Coast and Houston areas.
Friday, September 1
Buddy Guy in concert with Quinn Sullivan
Legendary musician and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Buddy Guy is set to grace the Aztec Theatre stage. Guy makes a stop in San Antonio in support of his new album, Born To Play Guitar. Quinn Sullivan joins as the show’s opening act.
Saturday, September 2
First Saturday at the Alamo
Head to the Alamo with the entire family for the always fun First Saturday festivities. Be transported back to frontier Texas in the 1830s as the Alamo grounds become living history. Enjoy special demonstrations and enjoy cool crafts for all ages.
San Antonio Detours presents Taste of San Antonio Food Tour
Explore the city and discover good eats at the Taste of San Antonio Food Tour. The culinary adventure allows foodies to hop from place to place while tasting some of Alamo City’s most delectable bites.
Sunday, September 3
Donald Fagen & The Nightflyers in concert
The talented musician and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer is bringing The Nightflyers along on his new tour featuring songs from his solo albums and Steely Dan days.