Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this Valentine's Day weekend
Love is in the air, and we’ve got the scoop on the best events for your special weekend. Whether you’re looking for love or you simply want to have fun, these are the best things to do on Valentine’s Day weekend. For a full listing of things going on in the city, visit our events calendar.
2016 San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo
Celebrate Valentine’s Day weekend the Texan way and at the rodeo at the Freeman Coliseum. Saddle up for a weekend of can’t-miss performances by major music artists and the best cowboy sporting event in the city, all with your sweetheart by your side.
H-E-B presents 50 First Dates
H-E-B brings a rom-com classic to the big screen at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts this Friday. The free screening is the perfect start to your Valentine’s Day weekend. Don’t have a boo? Round up your gal pals and switch it up for girls' night out!
AtticRep’s Love Letters Celebration and Carnival
Returning for a second year, AtticRep presents a love letter celebration that will have even the most cynical single person falling in love with love. At the Brick and Blue Star Arts Complex this Saturday, guests will enjoy a carnival-themed Valentine’s blowout complete with classic games, aerial acts, prizes, and more. Want to up the ante? Surprise your sweetie with a love letter that will be read by AtticRep actors at the event. Swoon.
Love & Happiness Show with Tyrese, August Alsina, and Jodeci
If slow jams are your jam, head to the Alamodome Saturday for the 12th annual Love & Happiness Show with some of R&B’s most sultry singers. You'll be seranaded by the sounds of Tyrese, August Alsina, and Jodeci.
Hotel Havana presents Dia De Los Enamorados
Skip the usual Valentine’s dinner plans and head to Ocho at Hotel Havana for a romantic three-course meal. Dinner guests will enjoy a culinary experience inspired by the passion of love, plus two complimentary drinks. Snag your seats for this intimate and swanky Valentine’s feast.
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