Spring is here and this weekend is packed with epic events all across San Antonio. Enjoy a magical musical experience at La La Land in concert or rock out to acts like Logic and Lil Yachty at Botanica Music Festival. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, March 1
Magic Men Live!
Magic Men Live! is set to blaze the stage at The Aztec Theatre for two risque nights. Known for steamy Magic Mike and Fifty Shades of Grey-inspired performances, Magic Men Live! is an adult experience unlike any other. Performances through March 4.
Friday, March 2
Arts San Antonio presents The Julian Bliss Septet: A Tribute to Benny Goodman
The musical stylings of clarinettist Julian Bliss will fill the Charline McCombs Empire Theatre on Friday evening. Known across the globe for his concerto soloist talent, master expertise, and renowned concerts, the musician is guaranteed to deliver a "Bliss-ful" music experience. Select tickets still available.
San Antonio Symphony presents La La Land in concert
Blockbuster hit La La Land gets a musical score courtesy of the San Antonio Symphony. Attendees can enjoy a screening of the Oscar-winning film with the music performed by a live symphony orchestra. Sing along to your favorite tunes like “City of Stars” while the movie plays on the screen at the Majestic Theatre. Performances through March 3.
Saturday, March 3
Botanica Music Festival
The inaugural Botanical Music Festival brings headlining acts Logic, Alessia Cara, Lil Yachty, Machine Gun Kelly, and more to Six Flags Fiesta Texas. Attendees to this family-friendly fest can enjoy a roster of more than 20 performers, interactive activities, signature beverages, and local eats all day long. In addition to the shows, attendees get exclusive access to Six Flags Fiesta rides, including the new Wonder Woman Golden Lasso roller coaster, during the fest.
REM Gallery presents Danville Chadbourne: “New Works” opening reception
Artist Danville Chadbourne’s newest exhibition “New Works” debuts at the REM Gallery. Discover Chadbourne’s featured sculptures and mixed media that explore the elaborate metaphorical issues of existence for the first time in the Alamo City. Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 20.