Weekend Event Guide
Indulge the senses during the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend. Taste the flavors of Texas at the Lone Star Bash or see Frida Kahlo-inspired artwork during Frida Fest. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, July 12
Dress for Success San Antonio and Career Gear San Antonio presents Cocktails & Connections
Hotel Valencia hosts an exclusive evening of shopping, sips, and schmoozing. Cocktails & Connections guests can preview the Semi-Annual Fall Sale collection or bid in the mini-silent auction while snacking on bites from Dorrego’s. Try your luck at winning the designer bag raffle prize and grab a swag bag full of goodies on your way home.
Saturday, July 14
NAACP 109th Annual Convention: Defeat Hate — Vote
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People takes to the Alamo City to commence its 109th annual convention. Highlights of the five-day event include a policy discussion on today’s political climate, an interactive career fair, and a hip-hop summit featuring today’s superstars. For a full schedule of events and to purchase tickets, visit the convention website.
Que Retro Arts presents Frida Fest
The life and legacy of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is celebrated at Wonderland of the Americas Mall. The two-day fiesta features a one-of-a-kind art gallery all Frida fans will appreciation. In addition to the art, guests can enjoy live performances, music, cultural dishes, and shop goods by more than 70 Texan artisan vendors. Frida Fest is free and open to the public.
AT&T Center presents The Original Harlem Globetrotters
The world famous Harlem Globetrotters come to the AT&T Center in support of their 2018 “Amazing Feats of Basketball World Tour.” Incredible acrobatics and athleticism combine to bring audiences a high-flying experience. In addition to classic dribbling and shooting tricks, the Globetrotters will debut the first-ever “Flying Globies,” a special team performing dynamic dunks you won’t want to miss. Tickets still available.
Sunday, July 15
Texas Restaurant Association Education Foundation presents Lone Star Bash
Toast to a charitable cause at Sunset Station. This “party for a purpose” features chef-prepared tastings from some of the state’s rising culinary stars. Craft beers and cocktails will be on hand to wash down delicious flavors from the chefs behind San Antonio’s La Gloria, Dallas’ Trinity Groves, and McAllen’s Roosevelts. Music and games will keep the energy going while you feast and mingle. Select tickets still available and some proceeds go to Texas ProStart and other TRAEF initiatives.