Weekend Event Guide
Legendary music performances and fun outdoor activities top our list of Alamo City happenings. See Chicago, Bob Dylan, or The Temptations and The Four Tops in concert, or head to the park for kite flying and puppy parades. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, March 10
Chicago in concert
Legendary rock ’n’ roll band Chicago returns to San Antonio for a live show at Majestic Theatre. The storied group is the first American rock band to chart Top 40 albums in six consecutive decades. For seating availability, visit the ticketing website.
Friday, March 11
Phil Hardberger Park presents Night Prowl: Wildlife at Dusk
Venture to Phil Hardberger Park West and explore the natural landscape of San Antonio as the sun sets. Park naturalist Jewell Lee Cozort and education coordinator David Jimenez will lead a hike through the property as guests follow along and explore the wildlife that becomes active after dark. Get more information on the park website. Admission is free.
The Temptations and The Four Tops in concert
Iconic R&B vocal group The Temptations join fellow Motown crooners The Four Tops for a memorable evening of music. Enjoy classic songs from The Four Tops’ discography, such as “Baby I Need Your Loving” and “I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch),” and hits from The Temptations like “My Girl” and “Get Ready.” Get your tickets to this soulful co-headlining evening here.
Saturday, March 12
San Antonio Parks Foundation presents Fest of Tails
Head to McAllister Park for the annual Fest of Tails and enjoy kite flying and dog-friendly activities. Festival highlights include kite demonstrations, live entertainment, a dog fair, food options, vendors, a pooch parade, a costume contest, and more. To commemorate the 15th year of the event, Fest of Tails will host the inaugural Tour de Tails bicycle ride, starting at Salado Creek Greenway and ending at the festival grounds. Admission to this outdoor event is free.
Sunday, March 13
Bob Dylan in concert
Bob Dylan, one of music’s most legendary artists, comes to San Antonio’s Majestic Theatre for shows on March 13 and 14. Dylan’s 60-year career includes countless accolades and hit songs. He has released 39 albums, including 2020’s Rough and Rowdy Ways. A limited number of seats is still available on the ticketing website.