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

Krause's Cafe
Celebrate Oktoberfest at Krause's Café & Biergarten this Friday and Saturday. Krause's Cafe/Facebook
Deborah Cox as Rachel Marron and Company in The Bodyguard
See The Bodyguard onstage this weekend only.  Photo by Joan Marcus
Cafe Tacvba
Café Tacvba play the Aztec Theatre Friday and Saturday. Photo by Karhton
Krause's Cafe
Deborah Cox as Rachel Marron and Company in The Bodyguard
Cafe Tacvba

Celebrate the first weekend of fall with these top San Antonio events. Raise a glass at Oktoberfest bash or watch The Bodyguard live at Majestic Theatre. For a full list of happenings, visit our calendar.

Thursday, September 21

The Briscoe Western Art Museum presents "That Day: Pictures of the American West"
See the Briscoe Western Art Museum’s newest exhibition, “That Day: Pictures of the American West” during opening weekend. The exhibition features 72 captivating images shot by photographer Laura Wilson and explores the diverse communities that make up the American West. On display through December 10.

2017 Wild Texas Film Tour San Antonio
The 11-city Wild Texas Film Tour stops at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts to showcase wildlife, adventure, and conservation stories from across the state. Filmmaker and conservationist Ben Masters hosts the cinematic celebration of Lone Star wildlife. The evening of short film will feature meet and greets with cast and crew members, a chance to chat with top Texas outdoorsman, and exclusive screenings.

Broadway in San Antonio presents The Bodyguard
The 1992 box office hit The Bodyguard gets the Broadway treatment at the Majestic Theatre. The onstage rendition stars R&B artist Deborah Cox in the unexpected love story of a superstar and her head of security. Shows through September 24.  

Friday, September 22

Krause’s Café & Biergarten presents Oktoberfest
Celebrate the beginning of fall with German-style brews at Krause Café & Biergarten’s Oktoberfest celebration. This weekend’s two-day installment features German music, traditional cuisine, and tons of beer. 

Café Tacvba in concert
Mexico’s hottest alternative rock band is headed to the Aztec Theatre for two electric nights of music. The group is making a stop in Alamo City in support of their new album, Jei Beibi. They play September 22 and 23.