This weekend’s top things to do in San Antonio are filled with Texas flair and Southern spirit. Celebrate the National Day of the Cowboy at Briscoe Western Art Museum or see the stars of Nashville's Grand Ole Opry perform live at the Majestic Theatre. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, July 26
The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center presents Teatro Salon: Grupo Animo
Youth performers takeover the Historic Guadalupe Theater in a production with unique perspective. Grupo Animo showcases work by student artists that explores the lives of their peers and communities in an interactive and imaginative way. The production is a culmination of fundamental theater arts skills learned by students, so catch these rising stars as they begin their bright and bold futures on the stage.
McNay Art Museum presents “Hemisfair ‘68: San Antonio’s World’s Fair”
This special exhibition — one of many commemorating San Antonio’s Tricentennial year — comes to a close at McNay Art Museum. Guests can enjoy the work of artists who contributed to the Hemisfair in 1968, and peruse architectural drawings, audiovisual materials, souvenirs, costume design, and more. Exhibition ends July 29.
Silver & Black Give Back presents Evenings of the Edge
Give back to the community in a fabulous way at the Texas Hill Country's La Cantera Resort. Guests to this splurge-worthy event can indulge in mini spa sessions, live performances, and a sunset toast presented by Moët Chandon. Summer-inspired cocktails allow for the perfect kickoff to the weekend ahead. Proceeds go to Silver and Black Give Back, so snag tickets before they’re gone.
Saturday, July 28
Briscoe Western Art Museum presents National Day of the Cowboy
Celebrate National Day of the Cowboy in the most Texan fashion imaginable — at the Briscoe Western Art Museum. Highlights include cowpoke games, museum tours, a live cowboy artist, food trucks, and more. Admission is free and open to all ages.
Country Legends in Concert featuring Stars from the Grand Ole Opry
Country fans can catch live performances by Bill Anderson, Tommy Cash, Michael Twitty, and other stars from the Grand Ole Opry at Majestic Theatre. This nonstop evening of classic country music features some of the most legendary artists in the genre. Select tickets available.