Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
From Broadway productions and brunch affairs to big birthdays, we've rounded up the five best events of the weekend. For a full list of happenings in San Antonio, visit our events calendar.
Broadway in San Antonio presents The Wizard of Oz
Follow the Yellow Brick Road to see The Wizard of Oz at the Majestic Theatre. Revel in the familiar story of a girl finding her way home with the help of a few friends and some sparkling red shoes. The stellar production runs this week only, so bring your friends and family on a fun journey to Oz.
San Antonio Museum of Art presents Pan's Labyrinth
Pack a picnic basket and catch a screening of Guillermo del Toro's acclaimed Pan’s Labyrinth on the San Antonio Museum of Art's courtyard. As part of the Film on the Green outdoor series, SAMA is showing the 2007 dark fantasy on the big screen this Friday.
Yoga With a View
Nama-stay relaxed all weekend long with a complimentary Saturday morning yoga class at the picturesque Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa. Perfect your poses with the help of expert yogi instructors from Yoga Den and Fitness Studio. This free yoga session is open to the public, just be sure to bring your own mats.
San Antonio Current presents United We Brunch
Brunch with some of the best eateries in Alamo City at the ultimate foodie event. For one gloriously delicious day, sample tastings from more than 15 of the city's most beloved restaurants. Indulge with help from culinary connoisseurs like Nectar Wine Bar and Ale House, Magnolia Pancake Haus, Smoke the Restaurant, and more this Saturday at the Briscoe Western Art Museum.
Tex Pop Turns 4
Ring in the fourth birthday of the South Texas Popular Culture Center in true Tex-Pop style this Sunday. Guests will enjoy a screening of music documentary Sir Doug & the Genuine Texas Cosmic Groove with director Joe Nick Patoski in attendance, a new photography exhibit by Joel Aparicio, and live music from Rosie Flores and Mitch Webb and the Swindles. Admission to this birthday bash is free, but a $20 donation is suggested.
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