Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
A drive-in movie, virtual awards show, and day at the resort are among the Alamo City's best offerings. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, August 20
Check out "Folk Pop: Victoria Suescum’s Tienditas" at the McNay
In the McNay Art Museum’s newest exhibition, artist Victoria Suescum reimagines store advertising through a Latinx lens and her own creative interpretation. Guests can discover a collection of approximately 30 hand-painted signs and drawings and also watch an informal interview with Suescum in her studio. The exhibition will be on display through January 10, 2021; updated safety information is available on the museum website.
Pull up to the Rooftop Cinema Club at Fiesta Texas
Drive-in movies are all the rage right now, and Rooftop Cinema Club is on a mission to be your favorite entertainment stop. Pull up outside the Six Flags Fiesta Texas front gates to enjoy screenings of cult classics, blockbusters, and new releases shown on the dual-sided outdoor movie screen. Visit the official site for a full schedule, to purchase tickets, and to get safety information before showtime.
Saturday, August 22
Grab a day pass to a Hill Country resort
Luxury destination the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort & Spa has reintroduced day passes for locals. Pass amenities include admission to the water park and lazy river, entry to Henry’s Hollow, use of onsite bicycles, and self-parking. Book your day trip on the resort pass website and get ready for a family-friendly daycation.
Attend Public Theaters' annual awards
Dress in your quarantine best for the first virtual edition of The Public Theater of San Antonio's Founders' Awards. The evening will feature recognition of award recipients, as well as musical entertainment from a slew of performers, including Cheyenne Jackson, Liz Mikel, Chris Chatman, Christina Wells, Steven Booth, and Simone Gundy. Admission to the show is free.
Enjoy some Saturday Night Rodeo with the family
Texas traditions continue at the Saturday Night Rodeo, now open at limited capacity. Face masks are required for all attendees, and tickets must be purchased online in advance on the Tejas Rodeo website.