Weekend Event Guide
Clear your schedules: Fine art, theater arts, and culinary arts abound in the next few days. Enjoy a fiery and flavorful competition featuring a Texas cuisine staple at Taco Rumble, or see Hadestown during its brief stint at Majestic Theatre. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend. For a full listing of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, September 15
80|20 Foundation presents Lawn Beach
Legacy Park is bringing beach vibes to the city with an alternative to the traditional shoreside bash. Lawn Beach highlights include a packed lineup of live musical performances, a vendors market, snacks and food offerings, and more throughout the grounds. Visitors are encouraged to bring their lawn chairs and blankets to take full advantage of the party’s chill and breezy vibes. For more information, click here. Admission to this party is free and open to the public.
San Antonio Food and Wine Alliance presents Taco Rumble
Foodies, prepare your tastebuds. Some of the most talented Texan taqueros and chefs will compete for best taco bragging rights. Taco Rumble guests can enjoy a variety of tacos created by chefs from around the state in the spirit of philanthropy and authentic Texas cuisine. Additional highlights include sweet treat offerings, premium spirit tastings, and a selection of wines and craft beers. For more information and to purchase tickets, go to the Taco Rumble website.
Broadway in San Antonio: Hadestown
Mythology and theatre combine for a production of award-winning storytelling at Majestic Theatre. This dramatic and gripping love story is an eight-time Tony® Awards winner and showcases a talented ensemble of actors, dancers and singers for an experience audiences will never forget. For ticketing information, click here. Performances are scheduled through September 18.
Friday, September 16
Centro Cultural Aztlan presents Frank Harris III: "Las Mujeres Regionlaes" opening reception
Be among the first to experience “"Las Mujeres Regionales,” the newest works by San Antonio artist Frank W. Harris, III. In his art, Harris pays tribute to his grandmother Doña Petra Ortega’s collection of Mexican calendar art through his paintings, and this new debut is reminiscent of the Mexican folk art and textiles that remain central to his art. Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view at Centro Cultural Aztlan through October 20. Admission to this event is free and open to the public.
Saturday, September 17
Michael Bublé in concert
Superstar crooner Michael Bublé will serenade San Antonians at the AT&T Center for one night only. Since his rise to stardom in the early 2000s, the Canadian singer is known for hit songs like “Sway” and “Everything.” He comes to the city in support of his new album, Higher. For ticketing information and availability, click here.