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

Lil Wayne
See performances by Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Future, and more at Mala Luna Festival.  Photo courtesy of Live Nation
Roundup Outdoor Music Venue
Make a quick trip to Roundup Outdoor Music Venue for the Spooktacular Halloween Fest. Photo by Bradford Coolidge
The Overtime Theater presents Hex
Hex plays at the Overtime Theater through November 4. Photo by Jay Overton
Lil Wayne
Roundup Outdoor Music Venue
The Overtime Theater presents Hex

Bewitching events abound in San Antonio this weekend. Prepare for frights at "spooktacular" happenings, or attend the second annual Mala Luna Festival. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.

Friday, October 27

The Overtime Theater presents Hex
Catch the final days of this spooky story about bewitched sisters, playing at the Overtime Theater. This romantic comedy with a supernatural twist has performances through November 4.

Saturday, October 28

Mala Luna Festival
Mala Luna Festival returns for a second year of epic EDM and hip-hop performances. This year's fest, taking place at Nelson W. Wolff Municipal Stadium, includes hot acts like Migos, Future, Playboi Carti, Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, and more. Through October 29.

The Roundup Outdoor Music Venue presents Spooktacular Halloween Fest
Make the quick trip to Boerne for the fantastic Spooktacular Halloween Fest. This kid-friendly event features games, face painting, hayrides, costume contests, and a performance by the Smoke Wagon Band for the grownups. Admission is free.

San Antonio Botanical Garden presents Bootanica
Last weekend, the garden celebrated its grand reopening, and this weekend you can celebrate the fall season at the family-friendly Bootanica. Activities include the Scarecrow Trail and a costume parade.

Sunday, October 29

San Antonio Symphony presents Halloween Spooktacular
This spooky Sunday matinee at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts is for ghosts, goblins, and more. Costumes are encouraged for this interactive performance featuring your favorite Halloween tunes.