Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this Labor Day weekend
A swanky end-of-summer party, local market, and family-friendly festival are on the agenda. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this Labor Day weekend.
Thursday, September 2
La Cantera Resort & Spa presents Viva La Cantera Summer Soirée
Say farewell to summer in glamorous fashion at La Cantera Resort & Spa. Highlights of the soirée include summer-inspired cocktails, small bites, performances by Vegas-style showgirls, and tunes by DJ Celina. Stick around for a complimentary toast provided by Moët & Chandon at sunset. Guests are encouraged to wear their chicest all-white attire.
Friday, September 3
San Antonio Museum of Art presents The Four Harpsichord Concert with Nathan Felix
Composer Nathan Felix will perform an orchestral suite on four harpsichords in front of a virtual audience for one night only. Felix’s selections will draw inspiration from the San Antonio Museum of Art’s current exhibition, “America’s Impressionism: Echoes of a Revolution.” Guests will also enjoy a brief discussion on the history of the unique string instrument, as well as learn about the building process from local harpsichord builder Gerald Self. Admission to this virtual event is free.
Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club presents DeRay Davis
Comedian and actor DeRay Davis brings his stand-up show to San Antonio for the holiday weekend. He’s best known for his recurring roles on MTV improv show Wild ‘n’ Out and appearances in hit movies like Jumping the Broom and Semi-Pro. Select tickets are still available. Performances are scheduled through September 5.
Saturday, September 4
Cool Crest presents Plant & Craft-Good Market
Shop goods by local makers and support San Antonio artists when you stop by the market at Cool Crest Miniature Golf. Visitors can browse and shop a range of vendors selling items such as baked goods, candles, planters, dog products, coffee, and more. Live entertainment and food truck appearances by Unknown Soldiers and Uncle Jesse’s BBQ are also on the agenda. Admission is free.
Longtime radio personality Bobby Bones is bringing entertainment and family-friendly fun to the Whitewater Amphitheater. The day-long festival will include children’s activities, and, of course, live music. The festival lineup features Maddie & Tae, Russell Dickerson, and Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the website.