Skip the tricks and indulge in all of the entertaining treats happening throughout the city. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this Halloween weekend.
Thursday, October 29
Electric Fiesta presents Rocky Horror and Non Essential Comedy
Embrace the weird and fabulous in the Freeman Coliseum parking lot during Electric Fiesta’s evening of performance art and entertainment. Guests can enjoy a screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, a movie sing-a-long, and a variety of showcases from the comfort of their own vehicles. This immersive experience will include live performances by fire breathers; stilt walkers; and comedians Chris Kattan, Skyler Stone, and Jon “PolarBear” Gonzalez. Visit the event website for more information and to purchase vehicle tickets.
Eli Young Band in concert
Texas country music favorite Eli Young Band takes to the outdoor stage at Gruene Hall for two nights of live shows. Known for hit songs like “Drunk Last Night” and “Love Ain’t,” the Denton-based group has amassed a nationwide fanbase and released five albums, including 2017’s Fingerprints. Select table seating is available for both nights on the event website.
Friday, October 30
EDM Drive-In, Vol. 2
Pull up to Freeman Coliseum for two evenings of sounds from EDM artists. Concert highlights include a drive-thru haunted tunnel, the "World’s First Drive-Thru Step & Repeat," and performances broadcasted onto five massive LED screens for optimum viewing from your vehicle. The musical lineup includes Virtual Riot, Coast Club, Cash Cash, Lady Faith, and many others. Purchase vehicle tickets on the EDM Drive-In website.
Saturday, October 31
Twang presents Michelada Makers Market
The Good Kind's Southtown garden is transformed into an open-air market full of mixology-inspired fun during the ongoing craft michelada series. Guests can browse local vendors, try spirited samples, feast on brunch, and win prizes, all while indulging in boozy specials. Admission is free.
Sunday, November 1
Say Sí presents Muertitos Fest: Amor y Esperanza opening day
The organization's largest community event gets the virtual treatment for a safe experience that all locals can participate in and enjoy. The month-long festival of online programming will include an interactive community altar, educational workshops, performances from local talent, a virtual mercado, and much more. Admission to this virtual event is free. Visit the festival website for a full schedule.