Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Enjoy a five-course Earth Day wine dinner, an artsy walk through downtown, live music, and more. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, April 22
McNay Art Museum presents "Is It Real? Staging Nature"
The newest McNay Art Museum exhibit opens this weekend, lifting the curtain on the creativity of theatrical design. Explore a variety of stage design and set pieces made from metal framing, Styrofoam, muslin, wood, paint, and more transformed into scenes from nature. Participating artists include Boris Aronson, Franco Colavecchia, Natalia Gontcharova, Helen Pond, and Tony Straiges. Following opening weekend, the exhibition will be on display through October 24.
Boiler House presents Earth Day Celebratory Wine Dinner
Celebrate Earth Day with a feast of nature’s bounty at Boiler House. The five-course, locally sourced dinner will be complemented by curated wine pairings from Lost Draw Cellars and William Chris Vineyards. Dinner guests will also get a deeper educational dive into regenerative agriculture and horticulture best practices. Capacity is limited. A select number of reservations are still available on the restaurant website.
Friday, April 23
Doc Watkins with Strings
Doc Watkins is joined by the Classical Music Institute Orchestra for a special one-night-only concert at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts stage. Attendees can expect Jazz, TX audience favorites with a twist, accompanied by a live string orchestra. Select socially distanced tickets are available on the Tobin Center website.
Saturday, April 24
Pabst Blue Ribbon presents “The Mural Connection”
The latest art activation from Pabst Blue Ribbon, this art walk will start at the San Antonio Museum of Art and continue along a route through downtown with stops at new murals along the way. The walk concludes with a boozy, adults-only event at Pabst Blue Ribbon Studios, complete with live music and a food truck. Admission is free with advanced reservations on the event website.
The Evil Dead II with Live Commentary from Bruce Campbell
Tune into a virtual viewing party of 1987 horror film The Evil Dead II with special guest host Bruce Campbell. Fans will watch the cinematic favorite and get exclusive behind-the-scenes stories and anecdotes directly from Campbell throughout the show. Viewers can also ask Campbell questions during the live chat portion of the evening. Visit the website to purchase tickets.