Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Enjoy the final moments of summer during the five hottest things to do in San Antonio this weekend. See J. Cole live in concert or test your athletic prowess during a special event at the Alamodome. For a full list of activities, visit our calendar.
Friday, August 17
The Public Theater of San Antonio presents Aye, No!
A young Mexican girl’s coming out story comes to life on The Public Theater of San Antonio stage. Aye, No! explores the dynamics of Mexican families and cultural traditions through this timely tale. Settle in and experience this heart-warming story with a message for everyone. Performances through August 26.
J. Cole in concert
Rapper J. Cole returns to the Alamo City in support of his newest album, KOD. The “No Role Modelz” and “Crooked Smile” artist is known for his conscious lyrics, unique flow, and nonchalant disposition. Select tickets are still available.
Sofia Nino de Rivera in concert
Mexican comedian and actress Sofia Niño de Rivera brings her stand up routine to the Majestic Theatre. De Rivera has appeared on Conan and is known for her role in Spanish-language Netflix show, Club de Cuervos. She also made history as the first woman to be given her own Spanish-language Netflix comedy special, Sofia Niño de River: Expuesta. Tickets still available.
Saturday, August 18
Camp Gladiator Stadium Takeover
Über-popular fitness franchise Camp Gladiator brings its signature workouts to the Alamodome for one epic session. The stadium takeover features intense challenges, local vendors, gear, music, giveaways, and more. Attendees to the free event can participate or spectate. All ages and fitness levels are welcome.
Sunday, August 19
Pearl presents An Evening of Zarzuela
The Pearl Stable hosts an evening of Spanish theater, wine, and tapas in honor of the city’s Tricentennial. The cultural genre, known as Zarzuela, features song and spoken word, and will be performed by Soprano Judith Rodriguez, tenor Erich Schmidt, and pianist Anna Hakabyan. Immerse yourself in Spanish performing arts to end the weekend.