Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
San Antonio is full of fun weekend events. Get a first-look at the Briscoe Western Art Museum's new Ansel Adams exhibition or see a brand-new production of The Sound of Music. For a full listing of happenings, visit our events calendar.
Briscoe Museum presents Ansel Adams: Distance and Detail
Get immersed in work of acclaimed photographer Ansel Adams at the opening weekend of Distance and Detail. The exhibition features 30 of Adams' stunning works captured between 1931 and 1976 all across the wild United States.
San Antonio Burlesque Festival
The San Antonio Burlesque Festival returns for its fifth year of extravagantly fabulous performances this Friday and Saturday at the Woodlawn Theatre. Showcases will feature the talents of Perle Noire, Dusty Summers, Uma Shadow, Jasper St. James, and more.
Stout House Grand Opening
Helotes' newest beer bar opens its doors this Saturday. Stout House is a 3,000-square-foot watering hole complete with an airy patio, tons of bar game favorites, and 20 craft beers on tap. Stop by your newest happy hour spot and see the new digs.
Broadway in San Antonio presents The Sound of Music
The hills are alive with the sounds of music. Jack O'Brien directs a new production of The Sound of Music at the Majestic Theatre this weekend only. Revisit the magical story of the Von Trapps and sing along to iconic tunes like "My Favorite Things" and "Do-Re-Mi" with the whole family.
2016 San Antonio Walk to End Alzheimer's
The nationwide Walk to End Alzheimer's hits Alamo City this Saturday. Start at the AT&T Center and join hundreds of participants of all ages to raise money for battling Alzheimer's disease. Round up a group of friends and sport a fun team uniform on this 2-mile trek.