Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
An interactive true crime theater show and an open-air vintage market are just a couple of options for weekend fun. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio.
Thursday, October 15
McNay Art Museum presents "Robert Indiana: A Legacy of Love"
The memorable work of Pop art icon Robert Indiana is on display at the McNay. This new exhibition, opening October 15, examines the many famous paintings, prints, and sculptures of Indiana, including his legendary LOVE compositions that helped signify the Pop art movement and its enduring impact. Following opening weekend, the exhibition can be viewed through January 24, 2021.
Tobin Center for the Performing Arts presents Art Heist
Immerse yourself in the world’s biggest art caper during this interactive event. Art Heist is a walking improvisation show that allows audiences to act as detectives and interact with key characters to uncover the truth. Each show is limited to a small group, and participants will be required to maintain social distance throughout the experience. Showtimes are scheduled through November 1.
Friday, October 16
HBO Latino presents Entre Nos
Some of the biggest names in Latinx comedy bring their stand-up talents to the Charline McCombs Empire Theatre as part of HBO Latino’s Entre Nos series. The lineup features performances by Aida Rodriguez, Orlando Leyba, Erik Rivera, Nick Guerra, and Jerry Garcia, plus an appearance by a San Antonio comedian.
Avenida Guadalupe’s Fiesta Alegria
Fiestas Patrias San Antonio concludes with a virtual broadcast of world-house and electronic dance music from El Progreso Hall. Tune into the live stream on TVSA, and enjoy your own private dance party featuring Latin hits. Admission to this virtual event is free.
Saturday, October 17
Sage Vintage Market
Source an expertly curated selection of the city’s finest vintage streetwear at the new Sage Vintage Market. Guests can mix and mingle with participating vendors, uncover timeless treasures, and enjoy bites and sips from Alamo Beer Co. Admission is free.