Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Go on a San Antonio adventure this weekend with a foodie getaway, a free Coney Island-inspired art party, or a once-in-a-lifetime music concert. For a full list of happenings, visit our events calendar.
Tobin Center presents Bring It! Live Tour
All the drama comes to Tobin Center Friday for the interactive Bring It! Live Tour. The award-winning dance group features live audience voting, a Q&A with the Bring It! Dolls, and exclusive behind-the-scenes insights from the Lifetime TV show with Miss D. The high-energy event promises to be an unforgettable night of entertainment.
Garth Brooks in concert with Trisha Yearwood
Country music superstar Garth Brooks returns to San Antonio for the first time in 18 years with four epic concerts. With performances scheduled Friday through Sunday, Brooks will grace the AT&T Center stage in support of his 2014 album, Man Against Machine. Brooks’ wife, beloved country artist Trisha Yearwood, will also make a special appearance.
Haute Texas Weekend with Chef Stephan Pyles
Splurge on a foodie staycation you won’t forget during the Haute Texas Weekend held at Eilan Hotel. This epicurean getaway is hosted by James Beard Award-winning chef Stephan Pyles of Sustenio. Pyles and Master Sommelier Guy Stout are hosting a weekend featuring craft cocktails, a farm-to-table wine dinner, cooking demonstrations, and a luxe champagne Sunday brunch.
Steve Miller Band in concert
Known for hits like “The Joker” and “Living in the U.S.A.,” the legendary Steve Miller Band comes to San Antonio on Sunday for a retrospective of a long and distinguished career. This can’t-miss concert at the Majestic Theatre is jam-packed with classic tunes like “Fly Like an Eagle” and “Take the Money and Run,” so get tickets while you still can.
Family Day: Summer Spectacular
Take the kiddos on a vintage family escape to Coney Island without leaving Alamo City during Free Family Day at the McNay Art Museum. This Sunday, enjoy circus performances, art activities, and admission to the exhibit Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland, 1861-2008.
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