Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Get your fill of tasty tacos, groove to live music, and shop the best of Texas art at happenings all around the Alamo City. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, July 15
San Antonio Food & Wine Alliance presents Taco Rumble
San Antonio and Austin chefs go head-to-head during the inaugural Taco Rumble. The culinary competition is hosted by the San Antonio Food & Wine Alliance and will feature a menu of delicious and unique tacos prepared using techniques and flavors ranging from traditional to new-school. In addition to tons of tacos, guests will also be able to wash the eats down with a selection of alcoholic beverages, including Milagro Tequila, Pearl, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Bribón Tequila, Dandy Rosé, Lone Star Seltzer, and much more.
Friday, July 16
Prophets & Outlaws in concert with Vandoliers Trio
Texas music group Prophets & Outlaws performs live at Gruene Hall. The band comes to New Braunfels in support of their 2019 album, Dreamer. Vandoliers Trio will join Prophets & Outlaws as a special guest. Select tickets are still available.
27th Annual Balcones Heights Jazz Festival
The 27th annual Balcones Heights Jazz Festival will include an opening performance by San Antonio’s own Joe Posada and national headliners Nils and Johnny Britt. Visit the festival website for more information.
The Overtime Theater presents Flash!!!
Sci-fi production Flash!!! raises the curtain on opening weekend at The Overtime Theater. This futuristic comedy follows two adventurous space friends across the galaxy for a story that all ages will enjoy. Purchase tickets and view showtimes on The Overtime Theater website. Performances run through July 24.
Saturday, July 17
Vogt Auction Galleries presents Texas & Western Art Auction
Add a piece of acclaimed Western art to your collection when you participate in the Vogt Auction Galleries auction. Works from artists including Julian Onderdonk, Helen Hunter, and Carl Rice Embrey will be on auction, as will be a collection of bronzes and early Texas pottery. The event will be held both in person and online.