Live music and spooky entertainment are on the horizon in the Alamo City. Catch a show at Tower of the Americas, or dare to visit the 13th Floor Haunted House. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, October 14
Tower of the Americas presents Party on the Tower Plaza
The multi-genre concert series hosted at Tower of the Americas continues for its final month of programming. This week’s performance will feature ’70s and ’80s hits by Black Molly. Visit the event website for the full lineup. Admission to this event is free and open to the public.
13th Floor Haunted House
Get your adrenaline pumping with a visit to the 13th Floor Haunted House. Guests can venture through the venue’s two haunt attractions, Bad Blood and The Dollmaker. Additional (and less scary) attractions include an ax-throwing area, the Great Room Escape, and Bar 13. 13th Floor Haunted House is open through November 6.
Friday, October 15
Tobin Center for the Performing Arts presents Cinema on Will’s Plaza
Settle in at The Plaza at the Tobin Center for a free indoor screening of family-friendly Disney Pixar film Soul. Guests are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs, blankets, and other seating for a cozy viewing experience. A full bar and concessions will be available. Visit the Tobin Center website for more information.
Joe Bonamassa in concert
Blues-rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa makes a stop in San Antonio at Majestic Theatre as part of his national tour. The Grammy-nominated artist behind songs such as “Drive” and “Woke Up Dreaming” will perform music from his new album, Royal Tea. Visit the ticketing website for seating information.
Alamo City Motorplex presents Drag Races
Head to Alamo City Motorplex for a supercharged weekend of drag races. Highlights of the two-day event include the Funny Car Chaos world finals and Outlaw Fuel Altered world finals. Purchase tickets on the event website.