Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
This weekend the city is buzzing with events you won’t want to miss. From Latino film festivals to the 20th anniversary Riverdance tour, we’ve got the details on the five best events in the city. For a full list of happenings in San Antonio, visit our events calendar.
The Blind Boys of Alabama and The Dirty Dozen Brass Band in concert
Gospel icons The Blind Boys of Alabama take the stage with The Dirty Dozen Brass Band for one night only at the Charline McCombs Empire Theatre. Enjoy the sounds of Southern spiritual music and New Orleans rhythms this Thursday. Trust us, when these two musical groups get together, it’s good for the soul.
Get an exclusive look at some of the best contemporary Latino films in the country and abroad at the 2016 CineFestival this weekend. Mix, mingle, and talk movies with activists and artists at the Guadalupe Theater. Whether you’re a movie buff or you’re looking to explore Latino culture, this is the place to be.
Tobin Center presents Late Night Catechism Las Vegas: Sister Rolls the Dice
Catch the latest class in the sinfully hilarious series, Sister Rolls the Dice, this weekend only at the Tobin Center. Watch the funny story of a nun organizing a night in Las Vegas to fund a new roof for the convent. This is the perfect production for a girls' night out or for a new spin on the classic dinner-and-a-movie date night.
Riverdance 20th Anniversary Tour
For two decades, Riverdance performers have taken the globe by storm. This Friday through Sunday, the troupe comes to San Antonio for the 20th anniversary tour to put the music and movement in motion at the Majestic Theatre.
Bob Schneider in concert
This Saturday, Texas native and pop-rock musical talent Bob Schneider comes to Gruene Hall. Sing along to some of your favorite Schneider tunes and get an intimate listen to some of his newer hits.
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