This weekend’s top five things to do in San Antonio feature events for every interest. See Bad Bunny live in concert or take it back to the old school days during the Patio Andaluz 2018 Reunion. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Friday, September 21
Briscoe Western Art Museum presents “Destino San Antonio”
A collection of 600 stereographs of the city of San Antonio make their debut at Briscoe Western Art Museum. “Destino San Antonio” is an experimental exhibition designed to give guests an interactive, 3-D perspective into a transitional period in Alamo City history. Following its opening, the exhibition will be on display through January 20, 2019.
San Antonio Parks Foundation presents 35th Annual Jazz’SAlive Music Festival
Jazz, and its impact on San Antonio culture, is explored during this all-ages event at Travis Park. Jazz’SAlive Music Festival features headliners such as Jazzmeia Horn, The Congregation, Sammy Miller, and Lee Ritenour. Additional highlights during this two-day celebration include a master class for local musicians and special performances by Jim Cullum Happy Jazz Band, Billy Ray Sheppard, and others. General admission is free. To enjoy the VIP experience and to purchase tickets, visit the festival website.
Bad Bunny in concert
Latin trap and reggaeton star Bad Bunny is set to blaze the Freeman Coliseum stage for one night only. Known for his high-energy beats, flamboyant fashion sense, and a hit verse on Cardi B’s “I Like It,” Bad Bunny brings his La Nueva Religion tour to the Alamo City. Tickets still available.
Saturday, September 22
Bud Light River City Rockfest
A star-studded roster is in play at the 2018 Bud Light River City Rockfest. Top acts such as Nine Inch Nails, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Yelawolf, Primus, and many more bring will perform live at the AT&T Center. To see a full lineup and to purchase tickets, visit the concert website.
Sunday, September 23
Patio Andaluz 2018 Reunion
Experience a bygone era in San Antonio history during the Patio Andaluz 2018 Reunion. Once a popular weekend hangout spot for teens from the late-1950s to the mid-1970s, Patio Andaluz is reimagined as a spectacular showcase with popular music acts and a vintage vibe all ages can enjoy. San Antonio radio personality Henry “Pepsi” Peña hosts an evening of memories new and old at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts.