Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
The top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend span from traditional tunes to unexpected comedy. Dance along to the sounds of South Texas at the Pearl or enjoy a live reading of American play True West. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, June 27
Lorrie Morgan in concert
Country music singer Lorrie Morgan comes to San Antonio in support of her 2018 album, Come See Me and Come Lonely. Since her industry debut in the 1970s, the singer has garnered hits, including “A Picture of Me” and “Five Minutes,” that have remained fan favorites to this day. Select tickets for her Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre show are still available.
Friday, June 28
Pearl presents Canciones: Sonidos De San Antonio
The sounds of South Texas are celebrated loud and proud at the historic Pearl Brewery. The concert series will feature live performances by Eddie and the Valiants and Mitch Webb and the Swindles, two seminal bands that have shaped the iconic sounds of the Alamo City for decades. Guests can groove to music while enjoying food and beverages available for purchase on-site. Admission is free.
Saturday, June 29
Arts in the Armed Forces presents True West
San Antonio’s active duty military and veteran community are invited to enjoy a live reading of Sam Shepard’s beloved play True West. The reading, performed by a cast of professional actors, will also include an audience Q&A portion following the show. Admission to the Charline McCombs Empire Theatre show is free with event registration.
Eddie B: “I’m Already Professionally Developed” Tour
Actor and comedian Eddie B makes a stop in San Antonio as part of his national “I’m Already Professionally Developed" Tour. The entertainer rose to fame after creating a series of videos about what teachers really say off the clock and was eventually deemed the official "voice of teachers across the globe." Eddie B brings his hilarious perspective to the Majestic Theatre. Select tickets are still available.
Sunday, June 30
The Band of Heathens in concert
The Band of Heathens comes to San Antonio in support of their new album, A Message from the People Revisited. The group behind songs including “All I’m Asking” and “Medicine Man” pulled inspiration for its newest album from the classic Ray Charles project A Message from the People. The audience can expect a two-set show; one set will be the performance of the Ray Charles album, and the other set will feature The Band of Heathens’ own original sound.