Weekend Event Guide
Let the music of the holiday weekend move you through the best happenings in the Alamo City and beyond. See country star Eric Church in concert or rock out to Modest Mouse live at the Tech Port Center + Arena. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this Labor Day weekend. For a full listing of events, go to our calendar.
Thursday, September 1
Celebration Circle presents 18th Annual Sacred Art of Altars Fundraiser and Exhibition
Discover your new favorite art piece when you shop unique works in the name of philanthropy at San Antonio Art League and Museum. This exhibit will showcase pieces from more than 60 artists who have crafted altars with their own interpretation of the common threads of creativity and humanity. Guests can expect a beautiful curation of works offering an array of colors and media, including paint, wax, glass, metal, fabric, ceramics, and more. For more information, go to the event website. Admission to this fundraising event is free and open to the public.
Kristin Chenoweth in concert
Broadway and film star Kristin Chenoweth visits San Antonio for a live concert at Majestic Theatre. Fans can expect an evening set list featuring tracks from Chenoweth’s 2019 album, ForThe Girls. Select tickets to this special evening of entertainment are still available.
Eric Church in concert
Country music superstar Eric Church comes to New Braunfels for back-to-back shows this weekend only. Fans can enjoy the voice behind hit songs like ‘Drink in My Hand” live at the Whitewater Amphitheater. Church will perform in support of his 2021 triple album project, Heart & Soul. For seating options, go to the ticketing website.
Saturday, September 3
Modest Mouse in concert
Chart-topping rock band Modest Mouse will jam live in concert at the Tech Port Center + Arena. The group, best known for hit songs such as “Float On” and “3rd Planet” comes to San Antonio in support of 2021 album The Golden Casket. The Cribs will join Modest Mouse as a special guest. Get ticket information here.
Sunday, September 4
San Antonio Museum of Art presents "Tony Parker's Heroes and Villains"
It's the final weekend of this super exhibit at San Antonio Museum of Art. See Tony Parker's iconic collection of heroes and villains from Marvel Comics and DC comics up close and personal. Visitors can study and admire life-size sculptures of Wonder Woman, the Hulk, Superman, Batman, and many others. This exhibit is on display through September 4.