Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
This weekend’s agenda is packed with cool concerts and family-friendly outings everyone will enjoy. See the story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan come to life or take a swing at the Piñata Art Market. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, March 15
PVRIS in concert
Rock band PVRIS heads to The Aztec Theatre stage for one night only. Known for hit songs like “You and I” and “White Noise,” the band makes a stop in Alamo City in support of their new album, All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell. Select tickets are still available.
Broadway in San Antonio presents On Your Feet! The Story of Emilio & Gloria Estefan
The life and accomplishments of Emilio and Gloria Estefan is celebrated on the Majestic Theatre stage this weekend only. This movin’ and groovin’ musical features the duo's iconic songs, and showcases one of the most inspiring stories in music. Get ready to dance as you witness the inspiring success of this record-breaking couple.
Saturday, March 17
South Texas Blues Festival
The South Texas Blue Festival returns for its second year, bringing an electrifying lineup to the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. This year’s festival includes sets from Erin James, Gman Singleton, Claytie Bonds, and Jimmie Dreams. Select tickets still available.
Eli Young Band in concert
Texas country music group Eli Young Band heads to the Roundup Outdoor Music Venue for concert worth the trip outside of the city limits. The band best known for hits like “Crazy Girl” and “Drunk Last Night” graces the stage in support of their new album, Fingerprints. In addition to new music, attendees can enjoy food trucks, a three-acre playground for the kids, and a full bar and beer garden.
Curious Twins Paranormal presents The Piñata Art Market
Celebrate all things piñata at the Wonderland of the Americas Mall. The Piñata Art Market is two back-to-back days of showcases by local piñata makers, piñata-themed art, candy, crafts, toy vendors, and much more. Attendees can strike a pose at photo ops around the venue and shop the most unique piñatas this side of the Rio Grande. Admission is free.