Celebrate the season of love with an outing to the Briscoe's McNutt Sculpture Garden or at an airy outdoor market. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this Valentine's weekend.
Thursday, February 11
Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club presents Gary Owen
Actor and comedian Gary Owen brings his talents to the Alamo City's Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club. Owen is known for his sharp wit and roles in hit films such as Ride Along and Daddy Day Care. Socially distant seating is available for all showtimes on the ticketing website. Performances through February 21.
Friday, February 12
San Antonio Museum of Art presents "No Ocean Between Us"
"No Ocean Between Us: Art of Asian Diasporas in Latin America & the Caribbean, 1945–Present" features approximately 65 works by Latin American and Caribbean artists of Asian descent. Visitors can study a range of paintings, new media, installations, and works on paper to better understand the impact of global forces and the Asian migration on modern and contemporary artists and their creations. Following opening weekend, this exhibition is on view through May 9.
Briscoe Western Art Museum presents Sips and Sounds of The West
Celebrate Valentine’s weekend with live music and love letters under the stars at the Briscoe Western Art Museum’s McNutt Sculpture Garden. Visitors can snack on chocolate covered strawberries, sip sweet spirits, and practice their penmanship during a Pony Express Love Letters calligraphy workshop. Local singer/songwriter Ty Dillon will perform live, adding to the special evening. There's also a livestream option for those who prefer to attend virtually.
Saturday, February 13
Saturday Market at The Good Kind
The Good Kind Southtown hosts a special Valentine’s Day-inspired market complete with local vendors and live entertainment. Guests can shop a variety of goods from San Antonio makers in the outdoor garden. Sounds by DJ Merlot will keep the mood light and airy, and a full kitchen and bar menu will be available. Admission is free.
Heartbyrne: A Talking Heads Tribute in concert
Local tribute band HeartByrne pays homage to Talking Heads and David Byrne with a special live concert at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, inspired by the concert film Stop Making Sense. Socially distanced tickets are still available for purchase.