Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
There is something for everyone happening this weekend in Alamo City. Join the San Antonio Women’s March or see Justin Timberlake live in concert. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Friday, January 18
Demetri Martin: Wandering Mind Tour
Comedian Demetri Martin comes to The Aztec Theatre in support of his new Wandering Mind Tour. Best know for his hit Comedy Central show, Important Things with Demetri Martin, he has also written for for Late Night with Conan O’Brien and appeared on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Select tickets are still available.
The smackdown goes down in real life at the AT&T Center. WWE fans can enjoy all the high-octane entertainment for one night only. Star wrestlers such as Seth Rollins, Bobby Lashley, Alexa Bliss, and Ronda Rousey are heading into the ring, making this your main event of the weekend.
Saturday, January 19
San Antonio Women’s March
The San Antonio Women’s March makes moves at the San Fernando Cathedral. Two years after the historic women's marches across the U.S., the event returns and invites women, men, and children of all ages to join in the fight for equal rights in Texas. This event is free and open to the public. Comfortable walking shoes are encouraged.
Justin Timberlake in concert
World famous pop star Justin Timberlake takes to the AT&T Center stage for a live performance in support of his latest album, Man of the Woods. The voice behind iconic hits such as “Can’t Stop the Feeling” and “Suit & Tie” rose to boy band-level fame in his early teenage years and has continued on a wildly successful trajectory ever since. Select tickets are still available.
Sunday, January 20
Briscoe Western Art Museum presents “Destino San Antonio”
“Destino San Antonio," an experimental exhibition of more than 600 stenographs of San Antonio, is in its final days at Briscoe Western Art Museum. Take a 3-D journey (with the help of some special eyewear) through this profound, transitional period of Alamo City history. The exhibition will be on display through January 20.