Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Fiesta may be coming to a close, but there are no shortage of fun activities happening all weekend long in Alamo City. Catch a free screening of iconic film Purple Rain or take the family to the Festival de Cascarones. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, April 26
McNay Art Museum presents Get Reel: Purple Rain
Settle in at the McNay Art Museum for a free screening of the iconic pop culture film Purple Rain. The semi-autobiographical feature stars music legend Prince in his acting debut. Experience his memorable performances of songs such as “Let’s Go Crazy,” “Jungle Love,” and “When Doves Cry” on the silver screen.
Friday, April 27
Maks, Val & Peta: Confidential
The breakout celebrities of ABC’s Dancing with the Stars bring an all-new dance tour to the Alamo City. The trio captivated the hearts of viewers and will continue to wow audiences on the road with their impressive performances. Get a glimpse into the family’s lives, hopes, and dreams while they move to the music at Majestic Theatre.
Saturday, April 28
Southwest School of Art presents Senior “Thesis Exhibition: All That Remains” opening reception
Artwork in various mediums by the inaugural BFA graduating class of Southwest School of Art is unveiled during a special opening reception. The 2018 thesis exhibition, “All That Remains,” is a culmination of work by students who have studied four years of technique, education, and skills. The show will be on display through May 20. Admission is free.
Sunday, April 29
Festival De Cascarones
Celebrate Texas A&M University-San Antonio’s finale Fiesta event with the entire family. The 8th annual Festival de Cascarones features food, games, and live entertainment by headliners Secondhand Serenade and Blue Water Highway. Bring the family and crack a few cascarones while you enjoy the final moments of Fiesta magic.
An Evening with David Sedaris
Writer and humorist David Sedaris is headed to the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts for one-day visit packed with events. Guests can enjoy all-new stories from Sedaris, engage in discussion during an audience Q&A, and get their books signed by the author himself. Select tickets available.