Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Venture out to the theater, the museum, or the beer garden for a fun weekend in the Alamo City. See more than 60 stunning garments from top fashion houses at McNay Art Museum or enjoy a live serenade by Celine Dion as she graces the AT&T Center stage for one night only. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, January 30
McNay Art Museum presents "Fashion Nirvana: Runway to Everyday"
Get a look at the first fashion exhibition in McNay Art Museum history, featuring designs by some of the foremost fashion houses in the world. “Fashion Nirvana” features more than 60 garments by famous designers such as Christian Dior, Tom Ford, Jean Paul Gaultier, Carolina Herrera, Isaac Mizrahi, Oscar de la Renta, Gianni Versace, and more. Guests can expect an immersive, multi-sensory experience including projections by video artists screening alongside the fashion ensembles.
Jo Koy: Just Kidding
Comedian Jo Koy brings fresh stand-up material to the Majestic Theatre during a series of live performances. Known for his Comedy Central and Netflix specials like 2019's Coming In Hot, Koy has risen up the ranks to become one of today’s premier stand-up comics. Select tickets for all three shows still available.
Celine Dion in concert
Canadian songstress and icon Celine Dion comes to San Antonio as part of her first U.S. tour in more than 10 years. The artist behind hit songs “Because You Love Me” and “That’s The Way It Is” will be performing tracks from her newest album, Courage. Limited tickets to the AT&T Center concert are available.
Saturday, February 1
1st Annual Pre-Rodeo Kickoff BBQ Competition
The Aquaduck Beer Garden hosts its inaugural barbecue competition. Participating pitmasters vie for the chance to win first place, cash, prizes, and a sponsorship to the 25th Annual San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo Competition. Admission is free.
Arts San Antonio presents Piano Battle
Talented pianists Andreas Kern and Paul Cibis go head-to-head in a friendly (and finger-taxing) competition at Laurie Auditorium at Trinity University. Guests will hear a variety of classical pieces characterized by the pair's distinctive performance styles. Both pianists will play familiar selections by composers such as Chopin, Liszt, and Debussy, or improvise based on live requests.