Weekend Event Guide
Explore the Alamo City with the help of outdoor and socially distanced activities all locals can enjoy. Listen to live music at Natural Bridge Caverns, or take an Office-inspired walking tour of town. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, March 11
Natural Bridge Caverns presents Spring Break Live Music Series
Music from local artists fills the air at the Spring Break Live Music Series. During the 16-day event at the site’s Discovery Village, visitors are encouraged to enjoy live tunes while exploring new attractions and classic activities at the favorite Texas destination. For a full lineup and to purchase tickets, visit the Natural Bridge Caverns website.
Tobin Center presents The Office! A Murder Mystery Parody: Who is the Scranton Strangler?
This walking tour is a hilarious spin on a murder mystery, featuring beloved characters from The Office along the way. Guests will use their sleuthing skills to find the infamous Scranton Strangler as they move through five locations near the Tobin Center during this interactive event. Start times are staggered at 30-minute intervals to provide for a safer and more intimate experience, and tickets for are available through March 28.
Saturday, March 13
Garden Ridge Market Days
Stock up on local produce, unique artisan goods, and more at Garden Ridge Market Days. The open-air market is hosted at Northeast Bible Church and will offer goods from 100 vendors, featuring produce, candles, sweet treats, plants, pet accessories, home decor, clothing, and more. Customers must adhere to all safety guidelines, and face masks are required indoors. Admission is free. Garden Ridge Market Days are scheduled monthly through December 2021.
Pabst Brewing Company presents Pabst Blue Ribbon Studios Grand Opening
Pabst Brewing Company debuts a new art gallery for the Alamo City. The rotating pop-up gallery will feature art from finalists in this year's beer can design competition, along with artwork created by the 2020 winner. Following the competition, Pabst will showcase work from other commissioned artists on a monthly basis. Visit the event website for more details. Masks and social distancing are required at all times.
Sunday, March 14
Tobin Center for the Performing Arts presents Dana Perino
Fox News host and author Dana Perino comes to San Antonio in support of her latest book, Everything Will Be Okay: Lessons and Advice for Young Women (from a Former Young Woman). The event will include a discussion with Perino moderated by Sonya Medina-Williams, as well as passages from the book that focus on self-help and advice. Select tickets include a copy of Perino’s book, which is now on sale in bookstores nationwide. Purchase socially distanced seats on the Tobin Center website.