Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
We’ve planned a full agenda of theater, concerts, and other fun events for your weekend. Whether you’re looking for a boozy way to kick off the weekend or you feel like being artsy, we’ve got you covered. For a full list of happenings, check out our events calendar.
Broadway in San Antonio presents The Phantom of the Opera
Settle into Majestic Theatre for one of Broadway’s most famous musical productions. The Phantom of the Opera comes to town for two short weeks, and you just have to see this show. Tickets start at $39.
Thursday, November 5 at 2 and 7:30 pm; Friday, November 6 at 8 pm; Saturday, November 7 at 2 and 8 pm; Sunday, November 8 at 2 and 7:30 pm
Nectar Wine Bar and Ale House presents First Friday
Start the weekend at Nectar Wine Bar and Ale House for First Friday. This month’s wine walk is Star Wars themed. Pull out your Stormtrooper or Princess Leia costume and get ready to mix and mingle with the help of some fine wines. Admission is free.
Friday, November 6 at 6 pm
REM Gallery presents "Domestic Turbulence" opening reception
Pop over to REM Gallery for the free opening reception of artist Jason Stout’s newest exhibit. "Domestic Turbulence" examines the duality of Stout’s relationship with the idea of interior and exterior space and the objects that occupy that space. This is the perfect weekend outing for you and your artistic friends.
Saturday, November 7 at 6 pm
The Robert Cray Band in concert
Head to the Jo Long Theatre for a concert you won’t want to miss. Rock blues icon Robert Cray and his band hit the stage in support of their 2014 album, In My Soul. Tickets are $34.
Saturday, November 7 at 8 pm
Arts San Antonio presents Imago Theatre’s ZooZoo
Bring the whole family to The Aztec Theatre for a Sunday evening of fun and imagination. ZooZoo is a series of short works lasting from four to seven minutes featuring animals with human characteristics and everyday objects coming to light. Your kids are going to love this almost as much as they’ll love being out past their bedtime on a school night. Tickets are $29 to $110.
Sunday, November 8 at 7:30 pm