Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Live music is dominating the Alamo City’s calendar for the next few days. Catch The Monkees in concert, or head to Latin star Mulma’s concert. For those who prefer all-day entertainment, consider camping out at the Jazz’SAlive Festival. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio.
Thursday, September 23
Broadway in San Antonio: My Fair Lady
The iconic Broadway production by Lerner & Loewe comes to life on the Majestic Theatre stage for one weekend only. Audiences can enjoy the timeless story of Eliza Doolittle’s transformation into a “proper lady,” accompanied by classic songs. Select tickets for all showtimes are still available. Performances are scheduled through September 26.
Friday, September 24
San Antonio Parks Foundation presents 38th Annual Jazz’SAlive
The city’s official jazz festival is back and in person with a packed roster of live performances from national and local talent alike. The two-day lineup includes shows by Xenobia Mike Sailors and The Higher Calling Orchestra; The Dirty River Jazz Band; and John Scofield’s 2021 Quartet, featuring Vicente Archer, Kevin Hays, and Bill Stewart.
Saturday, September 25
The Monkees in concert
The Monkees are making a stop in San Antonio with a can’t-miss concert as part of their farewell tour. Fans can expect a show full of songs from the band’s career that spans more than 50 years. A select number of tickets are available on the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts website.
Sunday, September 26
Maluma in concert
Latin music star Maluma performs live at the AT&T Center in support of his new album, Papi Juancho. The Colombian singer is known for hits like “Borro Cassette” and “Corazón” and has been dominating the charts for nearly a decade. Visit the ticketing website for more information.
Brackenridge Park Conservancy presents Parktoberfest
Celebrate German music, food, and beer at the 10th annual Parktoberfest. Festival highlights include live music, free craft beer samples, and a local artist showcase. Guests can also enjoy food and more drinks for purchase from Paleteria San Antonio, Hüftgold Food Truck, JuJuice Juicery, and more. Admission to this event is free.