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

Blue Man Group
Blue Man Group brings signature drumming, colorful moments, and quirky comedy to San Antonio for one amazing weekend. Photo by Evan Zimmerman
Nothing More band
San Antonio rock band Nothing More performs live at Tech Port Center + Arena Saturday night. Photo by Jody Domingue
Eli Young Band
See Eli Young Band perform live at Whitewater Amphitheater on Friday night. Photo by Joseph Llanes
Blue Man Group
Nothing More band
Eli Young Band

Live music, live comedy, and life-size artwork abound in and around the Alamo City. Enjoy Eli Young Band or the Blue Man Group in concert or rock out to local band Nothing More during their one-night-only show. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend. 

Thursday, June 16

Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club presents Michael Rapaport
Comedian and actor Michael Rapaport comes to San Antonio for a stint on the Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club stage. The longtime entertainer has appeared in more than 60 films since the 1990s, including Higher Learning and The Heat, and sitcoms like Justified and Atypical. Tickets for opening night are still available on the comedy club website. Shows are scheduled through June 18. 

Friday, June 17

Eli Young Band in concert
Venture just outside the city to the Whitewater Amphitheater for an evening with Eli Young Band. The Texas-based country group has released five albums during their career, including 2017’s Fingerprints. Select tickets are still available. 

Saturday, June 18

Nothing More in concert
The Tech Port Center + Arena welcomes San Antonio’s own rock group Nothing More to the stage for one night only. Audiences can expect a selection of the group’s best hits from their five studio albums, including their popular 2017 project, The Stories We Tell Ourselves. The band will be joined by special guests Atreyu and Eva Under Fire. For ticketing information, click here

Bihl Haus Arts presents Gabbe Grodin: "WOW: Wonderful Old Women" opening reception
Be among the first visitors to view the newest exhibition by artist and long-time instructor Gabbe Grodin at Bihl Haus Arts. This exhibition, inspired by a book of interviews entitled Wonderful Old Women, features 14 life-size oil paintings of women who have influenced Grodin herself, including her mother, art teachers, singer Nina Simon, and Xena the Warrior Princess. Following the opening reception, the exhibition will be on display through July 30. Admission is free and open to the public.  

Sunday, June 19

Tobin Center for the Performing Arts presents Blue Man Group
Experience the world-renowned Blue Man Group live in San Antonio for two nights of immersive sonics and their signature drumming at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. This all-new production will feature colorful moments, quirky comedy, surprise audience interaction, original music, custom-made instruments, and more. Tickets are going fast! Purchase yours here