Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
March Madness hits San Antonio this holiday weekend — and the city is crazy with things to do. Enjoy a dining al fresco at a community picnic or catch big name acts at the March Madness Music Festival. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, March 29
Texas de Brazil presents Bodegas Salentein Wine Tasting
Join Texas de Brazil for an evening of feasting and philanthropy. Bodegas Salentein, one of Argentina’s top wine producers, keeps the vino flowing while attendees feast on dishes like Brazilian sausage, cheese bread, and more. Proceeds from the foodie festivities benefit the American Red Cross Service to Armed Forces. Wine selections include Portillo Port, Portillo Sauvignon Blanc, Killka Malbec, Salentein Reserve Chardonnay, and more.
Friday, March 30
NCAA March Madness Music Festival
While the basketball games are going down in the Alamodome, the March Madness Music Festival takes over Hemisfair. The epic three-day event features top talents like Maroon 5 and Imagine Dragons on two stages. Admission is free. For a full list of events, visit the festival website.
Saturday, March 31
Eva’s Heroes presents Baskets & Blankets
Enjoy a picnic at Pearl Park with Eva’s Heroes at Baskets & Blankets. Guests are encouraged to bring their families and loved ones, a comfy blanket, and enjoy food and music. Choose from a selection of meal baskets from San Antonio restaurants including Boiler House, Cured, Lick, The Bread Box, Green Vegetarian Cuisine, and Tribeca. Musical entertainment by David Lee and Doc Watkins or Jazz, TX will add to the perfect al fresco atmosphere.
NCAA Men’s Final Four
March Madness descends on the Alamodome for the penultimate event of the college basketball tournament. The 2018 NCAA Men’s Final Four features three high-energy games that you won’t want to miss. For seats and game information, visit the ticket website.
Bill Burr in concert
Comedic talent Bill Burr brings his stand up charms to the Majestic Theatre for two back-to-back shows. Known for his regular (and hilarious) stints on The Tonight Show and his Netflix series, F is for Family, Burr's unique comedic style both resonates and entertains. Select tickets still available.