Weekend Event Guide
High-flying monster trucks, a haute house party, and cowboy-inspired fun tops our list of the best things to do in San Antonio this weekend. Soak up life lessons from Iyanla Vanzant, or don your best chaps for a night at the Briscoe Western Art Museum. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, July 25
House of L presents Kuper House Party
House of L invites the city’s tastemakers and socialites for an evening of art, cocktails, food, and more at Camp Street Residences. Highlights include breathtaking views of the city skyline and live music by Los Angeles-based DJ CRSTO. The event will also showcase artists such as RISK, Doro Hofmann, Mallory Dawn, Ugo Nonis, Ted Collier, and many others.
Saturday, July 27
Briscoe Western Art Museum presents National Day of the Cowboy
Giddy up in your best yeehaw gear to celebrate cowboy culture at the Briscoe Western Art Museum. Activities include crafts for kids, cowpoke games, and museum tours. Guests of all ages can fill up on food truck grub while listening to live music and relishing the truly Texan atmosphere. Admission is free.
Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live
Massive monster trucks roll into the AT&T Center for a full-throttle experience car fans won't want to miss. Featured vehicles including Bone Shaker, V8 Bomber, and Bigfoot (the original "King of Monster Trucks") perform death-defying jumps and stunts in a smashing showcase. Each show will also feature the freestyle motocross talents of Josh Headford, Cody Elkins, and Brody Wilson. Select tickets are still available.
John Leguizamo: Latin History for Morons
John Leguizamo takes audiences through a hilarious lesson highlighting Latin influence on American History Majestic Theatre. After discovering a total absence of Latinos from his son’s history books, Leguizamo takes it upon himself to present a history spanning 3,000 years and ranging in everything from Mayans to Pitbull. Ticket for both performances are still available.
Sunday, July 28
Iyanla Vanzant: Acts of Faith Remix Tour
Motivational speaker, spiritual guide, and life coach Iyanla Vanzant comes to San Antonio in support of the 25th anniversary of the release of her acclaimed best-selling book Acts of Faith. Known for her Emmy-nominated television show, Vanzant shares a retrospective look at her successful career with a live audience. Audiences can expect a transformative experience like no other.