Live music, a Broadway musical, and seasonal festivals are on the agenda in the days ahead. Experience the acclaimed Broadway production of The Lion King, or celebrate San Antonio and Mexican culture and tradition at Muertos Fest. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, October 21
Landrace presents Freetail Brewery Pop-Up
James Beard Award finalist chef Steve McHugh taps Freetail Brewing Company for a boozy feast. Guests to this culinary experience will be served a four-course prix-fixe dinner, with each dish meticulously paired with a craft beer. Splurge on your tickets to this exclusive monthly dinner series while you still can.
Broadway in San Antonio: The Lion King
Six-time Tony Award-winning musical The Lion King hits the San Antonio stage for a limited time. The acclaimed production features choreography by Tony Award winner Garth Fagan and stunning visuals. Performances are scheduled through November 7.
Friday, October 22
San Antonio Parks Foundation presents Jazz in the Garden
Smooth sounds return to the Japanese Tea Garden with this month’s installment of Jazz in the Garden, featuring Jose Amador and Terra Nova. Members of the San Antonio Parks Foundation and KRTU annual members are invited to a limited-capacity happy hour where complimentary beverages and hors d’oeuvres will be served. Admission to the outdoor concert is free.
Saturday, October 23
Galaxy Productions presents Día de los Muertos at Hemisfair
Hemisfair is bringing back its Día de los Muertos event, Muertos Fest, for another vibrant year. Highlights of the two-day festival include live music, poetry and dance performances, an arts market, workshops, kids’ activities, and more. Go to the festival website for a full schedule of events. Admission is free.
Water Lantern Festival
At the Water Lantern Festival, visitors can take part in sending off thousands of lanterns inscribed with inspirational words onto the water at Elmendorf Park. Additional festivities include a vendor market, live music, food, and more for guests of all ages. Visit the event website for tickets.