Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Get in the spring spirit with a Derby Day party or experience master illusions under the big top at Paranormal Cirque. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, April 29
Disney on Ice presents Mickey's Search Party
Treat the kiddos to a magical experience with Mickey Mouse and his friends at the Alamodome. The Disney on Ice production of Mickey’s Search Party is filled with world-class ice skating, acrobatics, stunts, and more awesome moments for all ages to enjoy. Audiences can follow the gang as they use Captain Hook’s treasure map to search for Tinker Bell in wondrous worlds from favorite Disney movies like Coco, Frozen, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, and more. Performances run through May 2.
Cirque Italia presents Paranormal Cirque
Circus, theater, and cabaret collide for a thrilling evening of illusion and performance at Ingram Park Mall. Audiences will witness acrobats, illusionists, mysterious creatures, and more under this unique big top. Performances run through May 9. Purchase tickets to the magical show on the Cirque Italia website.
Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club presents Desi Banks
Comedian Desi Terrell Banks Jr. comes to the Alamo City for several days of stand-up shows. Known for his meteoric rise to social media stardom, Banks has amassed millions of fans and followers across the globe for his relatable and authentic style of comedy. Socially distanced tickets are available on the Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club website. Performances run through May 2.
Saturday, May 1
The Rustic presents Talk Derby To Me
Take part in the Kentucky Derby Day festivities with live music, fancy hats, and specialty Woodford Reserve cocktails at The Rustic. Party guests are encouraged to come in their most fabulous springtime attire for a chance to win the best-dressed contest, which will feature celebrity judges. Social distancing guidelines will be enforced, and masks are encouraged. Admission to this outdoor event is free.
Agarita + Members of the Escher Quartet
Violinist Brendan Speltz and cellist Brook Speltz join nonprofit Agarita for a collaborative evening of classical music at Warehouse at 221 Burleson St. Seating is first come, first served, and reserved seating is available by advance notice. Admission is free.