Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Get out and enjoy the Alamo City with this wide array of events. Take a walking tour of the East Side, or groove to live music at the Krause’s Café & Biergarten Reggae Festival. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, June 24
Krause’s Café & Biergarten presents Reggae Festival
Good vibes and reggae music collide at Krause’s Café & Biergarten. Visitors can tune into live music from Mighty Mystic and Jah Sun & The Rising Tide and fuel up on the full kitchen menu, as well as a range of beers on tap. Admission is free.
Gabriel Iglesias: Texas, Here Comes Fluffy Tour
Actor and comedian Gabriel Iglesias brings guaranteed laughs to the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Iglesias is one of the most-watched comedians on YouTube and has had roles in sitcoms like Key & Peele, Narcos, and Modern Family. Visit the ticketing website for showtime information and to reserve your seats. Performances scheduled through July 17.
Friday, June 25
Tower of the Americas presents Party on the Tower Plaza
The Tower of the Americas weekly concert series continues with an evening of live country music. Audiences will enjoy the musical stylings of local group Rock Castle under the San Antonio night sky. For a full schedule of shows, visit the Party on the Tower Plaza website. Admission is free.
Ryan Bingham in concert
Americana musician Ryan Bingham will perform at Whitewater Amphitheater for three consecutive nights. The acclaimed singer-songwriter comes to New Braunfels in support of his 2019 album, American Love Song. Select tickets are still available.
Saturday, June 26
Carver Community Cultural Center presents Black History Walking Tour
Discover the inspiring history of San Antonio’s African American landmarks with guidance from the Carver Community Cultural Center. The walking tour will focus on a selection of Hackberry and Center Street historic buildings and institutions, located in the heart of San Antonio’s East Side. Both the morning and evening tours are free and open to the public.