Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Staying entertained at home just got easier thanks to some local virtual happenings. Find inspiration via DreamWeek, or tune into a concert from an award-winning Italian pianist. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, January 21
2021 DreamWeek San Antonio
San Antonio’s virtual DreamWeek summit enters its final days of exciting programming. Highlights of the interactive event include a variety of panel discussions, exhibits, outdoor events, individual presentations, and much more. For a full schedule, visit the DreamWeek website. DreamWeek continues through January 22. Admission is free.
McNay Art Museum presents "Robert Indiana: A Legacy of Love"
Don’t miss your last chance to see the memorable work of Pop art icon Robert Indiana on display at McNay Art Museum. The exhibition showcases many famous paintings, prints, and sculptures from Indiana, including his legendary LOVE compositions. “Robert Indiana: A Legacy of Love” can be viewed through January 24, 2021. Visit the museum website to purchase tickets.
Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club presents Aries Spears
Comedian and actor Aries Spears comes to San Antonio as part of his national stand-up tour. Spears has long been a force in the comedy world and is best known as a cast member on Fox's Mad TV and for his appearances on Russell Simmons’ Def Comedy Jam. Tickets for all showtimes are still available. Performances are scheduled through January 24.
Saturday, January 23
Evil Dead with Live Commentary by Bruce Campbell
Join actor Bruce Campbell for a virtual viewing of 1981 horror classic Evil Dead. Tune into the worldwide screening and get first-hand accounts and behind-the-scenes info from the star himself. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased online.
Sunday, January 24
Musical Bridges Around the World presents Il Favorito
Italian virtuoso and audience favorite Leonardo Colafelice performs during this virtual version of the beloved Musical Evenings at San Fernando Cathedral series. Admission is free, and you can watch the piano concert by registering on the event page, on YouTube, or on the Musical Bridges website. The performance also includes two raffle prizes, and winners will be notified after the show.