Weekend Event Guide
Spring has finally sprung and San Antonio is buzzing with the best things to do this weekend. Rock out with Bon Jovi live at the AT&T Center or tap into your cultured side at swanky museum exhibitions and art sales. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, March 22
Bon Jovi in concert
The incomparable Bon Jovi is set to rock the AT&T Center stage for one epic evening only. Known for iconic songs like “It’s My Life” and “Livin’ On a Prayer,” the world-famous band is certain to have you singing along to old classics and new hits from their album, This House is Not for Sale. Select tickets still available.
Friday, March 23
The Briscoe Western Art Museum presents 2018 Night of Artists Exhibition & Art Sale
Discover and celebrate 75 of the top Western artists in the nation at The Briscoe Western Art Museum. This two-day event includes exhibition previews, a luxe artists award dinner, art sales, and the most fabulous party in the Alamo City this weekend. Following the opening, the exhibition will be on display through May 6.
SAY Sí presents “Small Scale • Big Change” Final Auction Night
The “Small Scale • Big Change” exhibit at SAY Sí concludes with this unique and immersive experience. Auction attendees can sip specialty cocktails, nibble on chef-prepared cuisine, and explore the SAY Sí show one last time. Patrons can also place their final bids on artwork throughout the evening. Participating restaurants include Prime Steaks & Seafood, La Tuna Grill, Honeysuckle, and Oh Yeah Cakes.
Olivia Newton-John in concert
International music sensation Olivia Newton-John takes to the Majestic Theatre stage this Friday. The Grammy Award-winning singer, actress, and pop culture icon known for her timeless role in Grease and her top hits like “Physical” and “Have You Ever Been Mellow” is a performer like no other. Select tickets still available.
Saturday, March 24
Arts San Antonio presents Cameron Carpenter, Organ Virtuoso
Organist Cameron Carpenter brings his internationally acclaimed talent to the Charline McCombs Empire Theatre. Settle in for an evening of Carpenter’s diverse repertoire featuring film scores, the complete works of Bach, his original works, and more. Carpenter’s unorthodox approach to organ music has generated worldwide acclaim — and controversy — and is well worth experiencing for yourself. Select tickets still available.