Music, film, and the inaugural Museum Month top our picks for the best weekend events in San Antonio. For a full list of happenings, visit our calendar.
Friday, September 29
Splice Records presents River Revival Music Fest
Splice Records and St. Arnold’s Brewery join forces to host the River Revival Music Fest at KL Ranch Camp in New Braunfels. The three-day festival features a range of genres, including folk, Latin rock, funk, blues, and more. Your all-inclusive ticket includes a two-night tent stay, three communal meals, campfire concerts, complimentary booze, and more.
The 2017 Manhattan Short Film Festival
Short films created by some of the most talented rising filmmakers from across the globe get exclusive screen time at the 2017 Manhattan Short Film Festival. You can watch the films locally at Urban-15 Studio, and become a film critic by voting on films submitted from artists in the U.S., New Zealand, and everywhere in between.
Gov’t Mule in concert
Gov’t Mule is set to rock the Aztec Theatre stage for one night only. The group makes a tour stop in San Antonio in support of their new album, Revolution Come…Revolution Go.
Nas in concert with Wale and Nick Grant
Rap superstar Nas comes to the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts stage. The enigmatic performer is joined in concert by fellow wordsmiths and special guests Wale and Nick Grant.
Sunday, October 1
Museum Month San Antonio
The city’s museums and cultural institutions join forces for the inaugural Museum Month San Antonio. During the month, members of one museum can get free admission to other participating institutions. Museum Month San Antonio participants include McNay Art Museum, The Doseum, Southwest School of Art, and more.