Explore Alamo City culture and entertainment in the days ahead. Celebrate the San Antonio missions at the World Heritage Festival, or see singer Leon Bridges in concert. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, September 9
World Heritage Festival
Celebrate the San Antonio missions at the sixth annual World Heritage Festival. This year’s festivities are both in-person and virtual and include highlights such as art exhibits, outdoor movie nights, live music, and much more. For a full schedule of events and for ticket information, visit the festival website.
Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club presents Carlos Mencia
Comedian Carlos Mencia is the latest guest performer at Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club. Mencia rose to fame in the L.A. comedy circuit decades ago and has appeared on shows like In Living Color, The Arsenio Hall Show, Moesha, and An Evening at the Improv. Shows are scheduled through September 12.
Friday, September 10
Leon Bridges in concert
Texas singer-songwriter Leon Bridges returns to San Antonio in support of his new album, Gold Diggers Sound. Bridges is best known for dominating R&B and soul charts with top hits like “Coming Home.” A limited number of tickets is still available for this special show at The Aztec Theatre.
Saturday, September 11
Lady A in concert
Country music band Lady A performs at Whitewater Amphitheater for one night only. The country-pop trio comes to San Antonio in support of their new album, What a Song Can Do (Chapter One). Purchase seats on the ticketing website.
Sunday, September 12
Desert Door Texas Sotol present Easteños: True Cowboys of the Wild Horse Desert
See the premiere of Texas short film Easteños: True Cowboys of the Wild Horse Desert at Hotel Emma. This exclusive screening event follows the extraordinary lives of two brothers, cowboys Timo and Miguel Rodriguez, at the historic San Antonio Viejo ranch. Guests will mingle with the East Foundation, Desert Door, the Ocotillo Film teams, as well as the cowboys themselves.