Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
It's all about performance art during the top five things do in San Antonio this weekend. Get sensual at an adults-only show or witness ABC's Dancing with the Stars: Live! For a full listing of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, February 21
Dancing with the Stars: Live!
Mega-popular competition show Dancing with the Stars is live at the Majestic Theatre. This brand-new production features fan favorites alongside professional and troupe dancers in thrilling numbers. Enjoy a range of performances showcasing ballroom, jazz, hip-hop, and more as seen on the hit ABC show. Select tickets are still available. All ages welcome.
Friday, February 22
La Santa Luna presents Art of Fetish & Fashion
Tap into your deepest desires at the provocative Art of Fetish & Fashion. This titillating evening of exploration features adult novelty vendors, a photo booth, music performances, a pleasure room, a photo gallery, and more all housed in the Brick at Blue Star Arts Complex. Guests are encouraged to indulge in the night’s theme — “Worship” — and don costumes with a religious-but-risque twist. This event is for adults ages 18 and up only.
The San Antonio Museum of Art presents “Capturing the Moment: Photographs from the Marie Brenner and Ernest Pomerantz Collection” opening day
A collection of more than 70 primarily black and white photographs and a selection of films from the Brenner and Pomerantz gift is debuted at the San Antonio Museum of Art. The three-part exhibition explores the application of different styles and approaches, ranging from photojournalism to street photography, while highlighting advances in both technology and society. Following opening day, the exhibit will be on display through May 12.
Saturday, February 23
The DoSeum presents “How People Make Things”
Get creative at The DoSeum’s newest hands-on exhibition, “How People Make Things.” Experience immersive activities using real factory tools and machines to make objects that are cut, molded, assembled, and reformed. The family-friendly event teaches innovation and teamwork, making it a educational alternative the standard Saturday morning cartoons binge.
Susana Baca in concert
Afro-Peruvian musician Susana Baca takes to the Carver Community Cultural Center stage during its month-long Black History Month programming. With her music, the Latin Grammy winner pays homage to African influence on Latin America. Sing along to songs from her recent recording, Afrodiaspora among other fan favorites all evening long. A select number of tickets are still available.