Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Immerse yourself in a variety of events in the days ahead. Sip tropical cocktails at the Door Jam Tiki Slam or see international musicians in concert at the Tobin Center. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, August 12
Big Laugh Comedy presents Andrew Dice Clay
Comedian Andrew Dice Clay comes to AT&T Center for back-to-back nights of stand-up shows. The controversial and outspoken entertainer is known for his recurring roles on HBO series Entourage and supporting roles in movies such as A Star is Born and Blue Jasmine. Eleanor Kerrigan will join Clay as a special guest performer. Visit the ticketing website for seat availability.
Friday, August 13
Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center presents Carmen From México
The story of a young girl and her family’s journey across the border from Mexico to South Texas comes to life on the historic Guadalupe Theater stage. This original solo play with live musical accompaniment is sure to move and inspire. Performances are scheduled for August 13 and 14.
Saturday, August 14
San Antonio Museum of Art presents Museum Market
Local vendors convene on the grounds of the San Antonio Museum of Art for another installment of its monthly market day. Guests can expect to shop an array of products from artists, designers, bakers, and other San Antonio-area artisans. Admission is free and the market is open to the public.
The Dooryard presents Door Jam Tiki Slam
Channel an island vibe with the help of a pig roast, live music, and more at The Dooryard. Highlights include tiki-inspired drinks, appearances by local brewery reps, and plenty of stylish Hawaiian shirts. Visit the event website for a full schedule of events. Admission is free.
Fonseca and Andrés Cepeda in concert
Colombian musicians Fonseca and Andrés Cepeda make a stop in San Antonio as part of their co-headlined Compadres tour. Both artists have made a name for themselves on the Latin music charts with hits like Fonseca’s “Corazon” and Cepeda’s “Se Morir.” Visit the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts website for ticketing information.