Dia de los Muertos fun tops the list of the best things to do in San Antonio this weekend. Laugh along to Kevin Hart live in concert or experience a moving altar at Carnaval de Los Muertos. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, November 1
Anjelah Johnson: More Of Me Tour
Viral comedy sensation Anjelah Johnson makes a stop at the Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club. Known for her role on MADtv and beloved internet characters like Bon Qui Qui. Snag tickets for Johnson’s opening night before they’re gone. Performances through November 11.
Kevin Hart in concert
Kevin Hart brings his signature stand-up to the AT&T Center. The comedian returns to the traveling circuit as part of his “The Kevin Hart Irresponsible Tour.” Known for his side-splitting roles in feature films and his comedy specials on Comedy Central and Netflix, Hart is certain to bring freshly funny material to Alamo City. Tickets still available.
Kansas in concert
Legendary American rock band Kansas comes to San Antonio in celebration of the 40th Anniversary of their hit album, Point of Know Return. In honor of the milestone, the band will perform the album live it its entirety, giving a can't-miss concert for diehard fans. Select tickets to the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts are still available.
Carnaval de Los Muertos
Experience Dia de Los Muertos at Instituto Cultural Mexicano. This free two-day event combines traditional Mexican culture with URBAN-15’s Brazilian and Portuguese dance for a unique tribute to ancestors and passed loved ones. Children and adults will get lost in the vivid masks, larger-than-life sugar calaveras heads, beautiful floral bouquets, and a moving altar masterpiece. All ages are welcome and admission is free.
Saturday, November 3
REM Gallery present Mira Hnatyshyn: “Feminine Divine” opening reception
Explore the world’s history through a female lens at REM Gallery’s newest exhibition. “Feminine Divine” showcases important female figures in both history and legend through a “visceral blend” of media. Notable women spotlighted in the exhibition include Queen Makeda of Sheba and the goddess Mawu-Lisa, among other often unsung heroines. Following the opening reception, the “Feminine Divine” will be on display through December 21.