Weekend Event Guide
Live music and culinary experiences serve as the perfect entertainment options for the days ahead. See Latin superstar Marc Anthony live in concert or get in on the delicious fun of Culinaria Summer Restaurant Weeks. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, August 26
San Antonio Museum of Art presents “America’s Impressionism: Echoes of a Revolution”
On display through September 5, “America’s Impressionism: Echoes of a Revolution” explores the American take on impressionism. The San Antonio Museum of Art exhibition features approximately 75 works showcasing the evolution of American paintings, including pieces by such Texas artists as Julian Onderdonk, Dawson Dawson-Watson, and José Arpa. The exhibition also features selections of American impressionism from the private San Antonio-based Halff Collection.
Culinaria Summer Restaurant Weeks
Don’t miss the final days of the annual Culinaria Summer Restaurant Weeks. Through August 28, guests can dine in or dine out at an array of eateries featuring special menus and multicourse meals for a discounted price. For a full list of participating restaurants, visit the Culinaria website.
Copa Wine Bar presents August Wine & Dine: Tomatina Festival
This month’s Wine & Dine event features a four-course meal showcasing the many ways to prepare and enjoy the tomato. Each course will be accompanied by an expertly paired wine for a robust dining experience. Purchase tickets here.
Friday, August 27
Randall King in concert
Country artist Randall King will grace the Gruene Hall stage for two nights of music. The West Texas-based musician comes to Gruene in support of his EP, Leanna. Visit the ticketing website for more information.
Marc Anthony in concert
Latin music star Marc Anthony performs in concert at the AT&T Center for one night only. The singer known for chart-topping hits like “Vivir Mi Vida” and “You Sang to Me” comes to San Antonio in support of his new album, Opus. Visit the ticketing website for more information.