Weekend Event Guide
Interactive happenings and exclusive experiences top this weekend’s list of the five best things to do in the Alamo City. Whether you’re interested in expanding your craft beer palette or just need a place to let loose, we’ve got you covered. to For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, September 12
Art Institute of San Antonio presents Fashionable Feast
Talented rising culinary and fashion students from Art Institute of San Antonio showcase their skills in the kitchen and on the runway at The Veranda. Guests to the fabulous fundraising event will sample delectable treats made by chefs at the city’s top restaurants, sit front row at the fashion show, participate in a silent and live auction, and groove to live music. To browse ticket options, visit the Fashionable Feast website.
Jay Leno in concert
Late night television king and comedian Jay Leno shows off his unique stand-up comedy style at the Majestic Theatre. Known for his quick wit, Leno has remained a figure on American television for decades with hosting gigs at NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and The Jay Leno Show. Select tickets are still available.
Friday, September 13
Ranger Creek presets Oktoberfest
Local brewery Ranger Creek unveils its new Oktoberfest beer with a massive party on the grounds complete with food, music, and quality craft brews. Your ticket includes access to the live German music performance, a limited edition Oktoberfest mug, and a first pour. Visit the Ranger Creek website for full event details and to secure your spot.
Saturday, September 14
Jojo Siwa in concert
Nickelodeon star and viral YouTuber Jojo Siwa makes a stop in San Antonio as part of her first multi-city concert tour. Known for her breakout appearance on DanceMoms and her rainbow-colored costumes, Siwa has become a full-fledged pop music sensation with hit songs such as “Boomerang” and “Kid in a Candy Store.” Select tickets to the AT&T Center show are still available.
Pearl presents Mariachi Lab
The sounds of Mariachi music come to life at Pearl Farmers Market. Mariachi Lab features performances by the Guadalupe Mariachi Academy and Mariachi Campanas de America are sure to get the entire family moving. Additional highlights include youth performances, various activities, and a headline show by San Antonio native Stephanie Urbina Jones. Admission is free.