Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this Labor Day weekend
Celebrate Labor Day weekend with these top San Antonio events, including classic rock legends in concert and an elegant chef-prepared feast. For a full list of happenings, visit our calendar.
Thursday, August 30
McNay Art Museum presents Manuel Carrillo: “Mi Querido México”
This is your last chance to see artist Manual Carrillo’s evocative black-and-white photographs on display at the McNay Art Museum. The collection of 25 photos depicts life in post-revolutionary Mexico in "The Mexican Maestro's" iconic style. Exhibition on display through September 2.
The Cookhouse presents Bon Mange
The Cookhouse hosts its monthly dinner series featuring a five-course meal crafted by Chef Pieter Sypesteyn. Each dish is paired with a curated wine, and the chef guides diners through each course for an exquisite culinary experience. Tickets are still available.
Luis Miguel in concert
Latin music icon Luis Miguel brings his memorable melodies to the AT&T Center. Miguel, known for top songs like “Culpable o no” and “Ahora Te Puedes Marchar,” is touring in support of his album ¡México Por Siempre!.
Friday, August 31
The Overtime Theatre presents No Rescue Required
Princesses save themselves — sans Prince Charming — in this atypical fairytale at The Overtime Theatre. No Rescue Required revisits and retells the classic princess narrative, giving the royal lead characters, Persephone, Penelope, and Poppy, all the autonomy. This show includes adult situations and language and isn't meant for young viewers. Performances through September 8.
Journey & Def Leppard in concert
Legendary rock bands Journey and Def Leppard team up for an epic co-headlining tour, featuring complete sets and new production from both bands. Rock out to all-time classics such as “Rock of Ages,” “Don’t Stop Believin’,” "Pour Some Sugar on Me,” and many more at the AT&T Center.