Weekend Event Guide

Here are the top things to do in San Antonio this weekend

Here are the top things to do in San Antonio this weekend

Briscoe Western Art Museum presents Yanaguana Indian Arts Market
Visit the Yanaguana Indian Arts Market this weekend.  Photo courtesy of Briscoe Western Art Museum
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
Celebrate the musical legacy of Tommy Dorsey at the Tobin Center Saturday night. Photo courtesy of Tobin Center for Performing Arts
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill play the AT&T Center Thursday night.  Photo by Becky Fluke
Briscoe Western Art Museum presents Yanaguana Indian Arts Market
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill

A wine festival, signature dining event, and fall family fun top our list of the hottest things to do in San Antonio this weekend. Visit the San Antonio Botanical Garden or head to Gruene for a little fun outside the city limits. For a full list of happenings, visit our calendar.

Thursday, October 5

2017 Gruene Music & Wine Festival
Make the short trek to Gruene Hall for a celebration of food, music, vino, and more. Festival highlights include a “Texas Tastings & Tunes” event showcasing more than 40 wines from across the state, a specialty beer tasting, and a craft market featuring unique gifts. Festivities through October 8.

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill in concert
Country music superstars Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are set to take the AT&T Center stage for one night only. The duo makes their way to Alamo City for the Soul 2 Soul World Tour. 

Friday, October 6

March of Dimes presents Signature Chefs Auction
Splurge on a culinary experience at the Signature Chefs Auction at La Cantera Resort & Spa. Top San Antonio chefs donate their time and talent for this annual party and tasting event; proceeds benefit March of Dimes.

Saturday, October 7

Briscoe Western Art Museum presents Yanaguana Indian Arts Market
Experience contemporary Native American culture and tribal tradition at the Briscoe Western Art Museum. Native American artists from across the nation gather to sell handmade basketry, jewelry, carvings, and more. Additional festivities include dance and musical performances, artist demonstrations, and workshops. 

San Antonio Botanical Garden presents Bootanica
Celebrate the season with family-friendly activities at the San Antonio Botanical Garden, including the Scarecrow Trail and a costume parade. A second Bootanica event is scheduled for October 28. 

Tommy Dorsey Orchestra in concert
The legacy of Tommy Dorsey lives on with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra in concert at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Celebrate Dorsey’s legacy with a memorable evening of swinging big band tunes.