One of San Antonio's favorite museum's is bringing back one of its best events: Sips and Sounds at the Briscoe Western Art Museum returns with Norteño Night and music from local group Los Callejeros de San Anto on October 28.
The fan-favorite series highlights the soundtrack of the West through live music, and this iteration will specifically highlight Hispanic influence on the American West.
The ticketed event begins at 6:30 pm in the museum's McNutt Sculpture Garden, a beautiful courtyard featuring bronze sculptures depicting iconic figures of the American West.
Los Callejeros De San Anto touts itself as an "abuela approved" Tex-Mex street band combining Conjunto and Norteño influences. Led by Pinata Protest frontman Alvaro Del Norte, the band will share their tunes for a memorable night of music under the stars.
When not dancing along, guests can enjoy food truck fare from Dona Kika’s Tacos & Gorditas and signature sips from the cash bar.
Sips and Sounds of the West tickets are $10 for museum members and $20 for non-members. Student tickets are also available for $10 each.