Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Join the celebration of cowboy, cowgirl, and vaquero culture at the Briscoe Western Art Museum, or take a historic walking tour of the city’s East Side. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, July 22
Roger Creager in concert
Texas country singer-songwriter Roger Creager celebrates his birthday with four live shows over four nights at Gruene Hall. The Corpus Christi-born artist will perform two acoustic shows with special guests and two shows with a full band joining him onstage. For showtimes and ticket availability, visit the concert website.
Friday, July 23
Carver Community Cultural Center presents Black History Walking Tour
Discover the inspiring history of San Antonio’s African American landmarks and locations with guides 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. These tours are free and open to the public.
Saturday, July 24
The Briscoe Western Art Museum presents National Day of the Cowboy
National Day of the Cowboy returns to the Briscoe Western Art Museum for a celebration honoring the cowboy, cowgirl, and vaquero culture. Event highlights include indoor and outdoor activations, free admission to the museum, and more. For a full schedule of events and what to expect, visit the museum website. This event is free and open to the public.
Briscoe Western Art Museum presents Sips and Sounds of The West
Immerse yourself in the spirit of the West at the Briscoe Western Art Museum’s McNutt Sculpture Garden. Visitors will be surrounded by bronze sculptures depicting notable figures of the American West while enjoying live music by Marcy Grace, bites, and beverages under the San Antonio night sky. Purchase your tickets to this entertaining evening on the event website.
Toobin & Boozin with William Clark Green
Country artist William Clark Green headlines an evening of good music and go-with-the-flow vibes at Whitewater Amphitheater. The Toobin & Boozin lineup also includes performances by Shane Smith and The Saints, Shaker Hymns, and Slade Coulter. This show is suitable for all ages. General admission tickets are available.