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

Alma de Mujer
Celebrate the 27th Anniversary of The Guadalups Dance Company at a performance of Alma de Mujer.    Photo courtesy of The Guadalupe Dance Company
Luke Bryan at Houston Rodeo
Luke Bryan makes a stop in San Antonio in support of his 2017 album, What Makes You Country Photo by Michelle Watson/Catchlight Group
Scorpions
Rock band Scorpions performs fan favorite ballads live at the Freeman Coliseum this Saturday. Photo by Jovan Nenadic
Alma de Mujer
Luke Bryan at Houston Rodeo
Scorpions

Music and movement are the themes of this weekend’s top five things to do in San Antonio. Celebrate the 27th Anniversary of The Guadalupe Dance Company or see country star Luke Bryan in concert. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.

Thursday, September 6

San Antonio World Heritage Festival
The five-day festival showcasing San Antonio’s famed missions returns for another year of family-friendly fun. Attendees to the various events around the city can enjoy live music, a bike ride, a picnic dinner, a celebratory Mass, and more. For a full list of events and to purchase tickets, visit the festival website.

Luke Bryan in concert with Jon Pardi and Carly Pearce
Country music star Luke Bryan comes to the AT&T Center for one night only. The “Play It Again” and “Crash My Party” singer makes a San Antonio tour stop in support of his 2017 album, What Makes You Country. Bryan will be joined by opening acts Jon Pardi and Carly Pearce.

Friday, September 7

The Guadalupe Dance Company presents Alma de Mujer
Provocative and exquisite flamenco numbers examine the strength of the female soul during this special The Guadalupe Dance Company's 27th anniversary show. This performance includes captivating new choreography including the "Taranto,” “Tangos,” and “Garrotin.” Guest dancer Genevieve Guinn will make a special appearance. Performances through September 8.

Scorpions in concert with Queensryche
Rock band Scorpions hits the Freeman Coliseum stage in support of their compilation album, Born to Touch Your Feelings. Experience hits such as “Rock You Like A Hurricane,” and “Send Me An Angel” live as part of a nostalgically rockin’ performance. Special guest Queensryche will join the band for a can’t-miss show.

Sunday, September 9

Lennon-Aid Block Party
German and Texas craft beers flow aplenty at the Lennon-Aid Block Party hosted by Krause’s Café. Highlights include frozen cocktails, traditional German cuisine, a live auction, raffles, a beer stein holding competition, and more. Grammy Award-winning musician Rodney Crowell headlines the performance lineup. Cornhole, hula hoops, and a special “Lennon’s Funland” carnival is certain to keep the kids happy while the adults sip brews.