Weekend Event Guide

Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend

Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend

Red Hot Chili Peppers band
Rock out to the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Photo by Steve Keros
Deanna Breiwick
Soprano Deanna Breiwick joins baritone Morgan Smith and conductor Sebastian Lang-Lessing to perform Mozart's 40th Symphony. Photo courtesy of Deanna Breiwick
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Comedian Bill Engvall will grace the Tobin Center stage this Sunday.  Bill Engvall Photo by David Shutts
Red Hot Chili Peppers band
Deanna Breiwick
News_Boys and Girls Country_Bill Engvall

Enjoy music, fine art, and coffee in the Alamo City this weekend. Catch the Red Hot Chili Peppers on tour or sample more than 40 different roasts and brews at the San Antonio Coffee Festival. For a full list of happenings, visit our events calendar.

Thursday, January 5

Red Hot Chili Peppers in concert
Rock out at the AT&T Center with the Red Hot Chili Peppers for one night only. The band makes a stop in San Antonio in support of their new album, The Getaway. Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue and Jack Irons join as opening acts. 

Friday, January 6

San Antonio Symphony presents Mozart’s 40th Symphony
The San Antonio Symphony celebrates the legacy of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart with a musical homage at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Conductor Sebastian Lang-Lessing will lead a thrilling concert and will be joined by soprano Deanna Breiwick and baritone Morgan Smith. Performances through January 7.

Saturday, January 7

San Antonio Coffee Festival
Coffee lovers, rejoice! Sip and sample more than 40 artisan brewed and roasted coffees for one day of caffeinated perfection at La Villita. The annual festival will feature brews from across the globe, live music, coffee expert insights, coffee-friendly food, and more. Festival passes are still available.

REM Gallery presents “Rooted: Field Works from the Meadow”
Be among the first to view the new exhibition at the REM Gallery. Artist Carra Garza displays the native plants and wildflowers of Texas with a camera-less technique known as a photogram. Admission is free. Exhibition on display until February 17.

Sunday, January 8

Bill Engvall in concert
Comedian Bill Engvall brings laughs to the the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts stage. Known for his starring role in the TBS sitcom The Bill Engvall Show and his appearance in the Blue Collar Comedy films, Engvall has new material that will leave you in stitches.