Weekend Event Guide

Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend

Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend

Antigone Classic Theatre of San Antonio
Classic Theatre of San Antonio presents Antigone in the garden this weekend. Classic Theatre of San Antonio/Facebook
San Antonio Book Festival
The first-ever virtual San Antonio Book Festival takes place this weekend.  Photo courtesy of San Antonio Book Festival
Tony Rock
Comedian Tony Rock performs live at the Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club this weekend. Photo courtesy of Addison Improv
Antigone Classic Theatre of San Antonio
San Antonio Book Festival
Tony Rock

The San Antonio Book Festival and a new pop-up art experience are just some of the highlights of the days ahead. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend. 

Thursday, April 8

The Classic Theatre of San Antonio presents Antigone
Classic Greek tragedy comes to life in this outdoor, socially distanced performance from the Classic Theatre of San Antonio. Guests to the outdoor production at the San Antonio Botanical Garden are encouraged to bring their own chairs and blankets for the evening. Masks are required; masks and chairs will also be available onsite for purchase. Performances of Antigone are scheduled through April 25. 

Friday, April 9

San Antonio Book Festival
The San Antonio Book Festival goes digital for the first time ever with free virtual programming for readers of all ages. Highlights of the three-day fest include exclusive book discussions, introductions to headline authors, writer panels, and the debut of a new event. For a full schedule, to view all authors, and to purchase tickets, visit the book festival website. Online-only programming for the San Antonio Book Festival is scheduled through April 11. 

Pabst Brewing Company and Wide Awake present In Living Pixels
This interactive art pop-up presented by Pabst Brewing Company and Wide Awake is shining a spotlight on local creatives. The In Living Pixels experience will feature five separate installations showcasing works from San Antonio-based artists and their interpretations of the world around them. For a list of the featured artists and for more information on each individual installation, visit the event website. Admission is free. In Living Pixels is open to the public through April 15. 

Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club presents Tony Rock
The younger brother of top entertainer Chris Rock is a formidable comedian in his own right, and he's heading to San Antonio on his national stand-up tour. Tony Rock is no stranger to the comedy arena and is best known for his role on the sitcom Everybody Hates Chris. Tickets for all showtimes are still available on the Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club website. Performances through April 11. 

Saturday, April 10

William Clark Green in concert
Gruene Hall welcomes country musician William Clark Green for back-to-back shows in front of socially distanced audiences. Purchase table seating for both showtimes on the ticketing website.