Celebrate the first weekend of fall at the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend. See Broadway musical Wicked with friends or test your mettle at the 13th Floor Haunted House. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, September 27
Splice Records presents River Revival Music Fest
Splice Records and Houston’s Saint Arnold Brewery team up to host the River Revival Music Fest in New Braunfels. Tickets to the three-day event include all-inclusive access to food, beverages, and campsites. For a full list of schedule of events and live performances, visit the festival website.
Broadway in San Antonio presents Wicked
Enjoy the classic tale of a good witch, a yellow brick road, and the Emerald City — with a twist — during the iconic Broadway production of Wicked. The story of a green-skinned girl in Oz (long before Dorothy blew in) is a feel-good, courageous journey to self-acceptance. Tickets still available.
Friday, September 28
ARTS San Antonio present Ballet Folklórico de Mexico
The acclaimed Ballet Folklórico de Mexico returns to Alamo City in celebration of the Tricentennial. The 76-member performance troupe will take the Lila Cockrell Theatre stage to showcase elaborate choreography and ornate costumes made in the Mexican tradition. Performances through September 29.
13th Floor Haunted House
Be among the first in the city to get your Halloween thrills at the 13th Floor Haunted House. Guests can explore two haunt attractions — Dead-End District and The Cellar — for different but equally terrifying experiences. Following opening weekend, the 13th Floor Haunted House will remain open through November 3.
Manhattan Short Film Festival
San Antonio cinephiles are invited to celebrate the Manhattan Short Film Festival along with more than 100,000 movie fans across the globe at URBAN-15 Studio. Attendees can enjoy exclusive screenings of acclaimed short films from the United States and beyond. For a full list of screenings and to purchase tickets, visit the festival website.