Weekend Event Guide

Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend

Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend

Roman Atwood and Yousef Saleh Erakat
Laugh all night long at Ramon Vs. Fousey on Friday.  Photo courtesy of Majestic Theatre
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy Band
See Big Bad Voodoo Daddy in concert this weekend. Photo by Don Miller
Clint Black
Roman Atwood and Yousef Saleh Erakat
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy Band

This weekend's best events include a hot festival and a couple of big-name concerts. For a full list of San Antonio happenings, visit our events calendar.

Clint Black in concert
Country music superstar Clint Black will play all the hits at the Tobin Center on Thursday night. Tickets are still available for this anticipated show featuring Black with a full band, playing in support of his 2015 album, On Purpose.

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy in concert
Also on Thursday, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy plays Charline McCombs Empire Theatre. Formed during the '90s — during the swing music revival and at the height of the grunge movement — Big Bad Voodoo Daddy blends the classic American sounds of jazz and swing with the energy and spirit of contemporary culture.

Art Party: Black and White
Mix and mingle with art aficionados at the San Antonio Museum of Art’s Art Party on Friday. Guests will enjoy live music by the Jim Cullum Jazz Band, exclusive gallery tours, small bites, specialty cocktails, and more. Admission to the party is free with your museum ticket, ensuring your luxe evening is wallet-friendly.  

Roman Vs. Fousey in concert
The funniest event of the weekend might be comedy duo Roman and Fousey at the Majestic Theatre. The two funny men will go head-to-head in a battle for the title of "Ultimate Jokester" on Friday evening. Expect onstage challenges, rap battles, impressions, and more. 

B.I.G. Salsa Festival
Things will get hot at the Grand Hyatt San Antonio this weekend. The Baile International Grand festival is packed with dance performances from around the world, plus music from Tito Nieves, Ray De La Paz, Joan Soriano, and more. The B.I.G. Salsa Festival will keep you moving Thursday through Sunday.


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