Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Celebrate the start of a new month, Mother’s Day, and Cinco de Mayo this weekend. Catch the one-week run of an acclaimed Broadway show or celebrate the Kentucky Derby with Cinco de Mayo flair. We’ve picked the top five events to keep this weekend festive and fun. For a full list of happenings, check out our events calendar.
Southwest School of Art presents Savor the Arts 2016
Treat your taste buds to gourmet offerings prepared by some of San Antonio’s best restaurants at Savor the Arts this Thursday. Attendees can expect Southwest School of Art to transform into a foodie paradise complete with music and live demonstrations. Splurge on tickets for you and your sweetheart before they’re gone.
Motown the Musical
See Motown history on the Majestic Theatre stage this weekend only.Motown the Musical is the story of Motown founder Berry Gordy’s groundbreaking journey of becoming a renowned music mogul. Classic Motown songs by artists like Diana Ross, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson, and more come to life.
Cinco de Derby
Break out your bow ties and wide-brimmed hats — the fifth Annual Cinco de Derby is sure to be the event of the weekend. Enjoy a mint julep, margarita, or both while you take in all the Kentucky Derby splendor at the Brackenridge Park Pavilion this Saturday. Grab a tickets for you, Mom, and the gang — and press your finest seersucker suit.
Paseo Por El Westside
Take a walk around San Antonio's Westside neighborhood and explore the rich culture of the area on Saturday from 9 am to 2 pm. Bring the entire family to the Esperanza Peace & Justice Center and begin the journey around one of the city's historic Mexican neighborhoods. Attendees to the free event will enjoy interactive workshops, authentic and delicious food, and live music.
First Saturday at the Alamo
This Saturday, visit the Alamo for a full day of free history fun for the whole family. Get into the historic spirit as you walk through the ancient grounds of the Alamo and learn about life in frontier Texas with special demonstrations, crafts, and more.