Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Celebrate the great outdoors with festivals, campouts, and more during the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend. Park it outside with a craft beer in-hand at Parktoberfest or mingle with fellow horticulture fans at the San Antonio Fall Home & Garden Show. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, September 26
5th Annual River Revival Music Fest
Camping gets a grown-up twist at River Revival Music Fest. Tucked away on the KL Ranch Camp-On The River grounds, the all-inclusive festival features a delicious and communal food program, musical performances, live art installations, a chance to mingle with camp friends, and more. This year’s lineup includes sets by JC McPherson, Shinyribs, Golden Dawn Arkestra, and others. For a full festival lineup, go to the official site.
Friday, September 27
San Antonio Fall Home & Garden Show
The Alamodome hosts a slew of exhibits and interactive events at the 33rd Annual San Antonio Fall Home & Garden Show. The three-day exhibition features the latest products and services to achieve all your home and landscaping dreams. Attendees can also enjoy a special appearance by Ty Pennington of Trading Spaces and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition on Saturday, September 28. For tickets and a full event schedule, visit the show website.
Jonas Brothers in concert
Pop music's favorite siblings perform live at the AT&T Center in support of their new album, Happiness Begins. Since their rise to stardom in 2005, Kevin, Joe, and Nick Jonas have grown a massive global fanbase and have helped propel songs like “Burnin’ Up” and “Year 3000” to the top of the music charts. Jonas Brothers will be joined in concert by special guest Jordan McGraw.
Saturday, September 28
Junior League of San Antonio presents Fall Fest
Kid- and parent-approved fun awaits at the inaugural Fall Fest hosted at Hemisfair. Festivities include a kid’s fiesta parade, shopping, and freshly prepared local eats available all day long. Proceeds from the festival will go toward Junior League of San Antonio causes, which always involve supporting women, children, and families. Admission is free.
Sunday, September 29
Brackenridge Park Conservancy presents Parktoberfest
Welcome the autumn season in the great San Antonio outdoors at Parktoberfest. Attendees can enjoy craft beer tastings from Texas breweries, including Alamo, St. Arnold, Ranger Creek. Live music performed by Beethoven Maennerchor and artists live-painting in the park add to the day of nature-inspired festivities.