Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
The Final Four is over, San Antonio is returning to normal, and it's time to get out and enjoy the city. Laugh along with comedy legends or enjoy a day of family fun at ¡Viva Hemisfair! For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Friday, April 6
Music, food, and 1968 World’s Fair nostalgia combine at Hemisfair’s 50th Anniversary celebration. Attendees can experience colorful moments, historical exhibits, peruse future plans for the space, and take trips through cultural zones for Mexico, Germany, Italy, Spain, Asia, and more. Additional festivities include food, musical performances, art installations, and a ‘60s-inspired fashion show.
The Comedy Get Down featuring Cedric ‘The Entertainer,’ Eddie Griffin, D.L. Hughley, and George Lopez
Internationally renowned comedy superstars bring their standup chops to the AT&T Center. The Comedy Get Down features performances by George Lopez, Cedric “The Entertainer,” D.L. Hughley, and Eddie Griffin. Round up a few friends for what will definitely be the funniest night of the weekend.
Saturday, April 7
San Antonio Book Festival
Readers from across Alamo City and beyond are invited to celebrate all thing literary with panel discussions, recipe demonstrations, and book signings at the San Antonio Central Library. Works from local and national authors are celebrated during this day-long dive into literature. Aside from bookworm delights, guests can check out the technology area, watch children’s theater performances, and dine at a selection of the city’s top food trucks. Admission is free.
Rain: A Tribute To the Beatles
The Majestic Theatre celebrates the 50th anniversary of The Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club album release during one magical night. Tribute band Rain will perform Beatles favorites like “Hard Day’s Night,” “Let It Be,” “Hey Jude,” and more. Select tickets for the back-to-back performances still available.
Sunday, April 8
BMW of San Antonio Signature Series: Always ... Patsy Cline
The story of legendary country singer Patsy Cline comes to life on the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts stage. The tribute show and musical will include 27 of Cline’s hits like “I Fall to Pieces,” “Crazy,” and “Walking After Midnight.” Settle in for an evening of Cline's iconic music and more.