Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Kick off November at one of these exciting events across Alamo City. Sip the finest wines from the Lone Star State at Tango of the Vines or celebrate Day of the Dead at Muertitos Fest. For a full list of happenings, visit our events calendar.
Thursday, November 3
Nick Offerman: Full Bush
Parks and Recreation star Nick Offerman will showcase his standup chops at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. The solo show highlights the comedian's life experiences and lessons in manliness. Buy a few tickets and laugh alongside a group of friends for a cheeky start to the weekend.
Friday, November 4
This annual New Braunfels festival lasts for 10 days, and there's a variety of entertainment available. Whether it's chowing down on brats, dancing along to the polka bands, or enjoying a Bavarian beer, there's something for everyone at this German celebration that runs through November 13.
Fourth Annual Tango of the Vines
Texas wines and San Antonio cuisine come together for an evening of exquisite flavors at Lambermont Events. Attendees can look forward to live entertainment, a silent auction, and a casino at the event, which benefits the Amniotic Fluid Embolism Foundation.
SAY Sí presents the 10th Annual Muertitos Fest
Celebrate the richness of Mexican culture with folk art, unique performances, food, and traditional altars at this Día de los Muertos festival. The free fest takes place Friday and Saturday.
San Antonio Symphony presents Stewart Copeland in concert
Acclaimed composer, rock drummer, and soloist Stewart Copeland joins the San Antonio Symphony for two evenings of incredible music at the Tobin Center on Friday and Saturday. One of most inventive and rock drummers of all time, he has composed for The Police, opera and ballet companies, orchestras, and films.
Sunday, November 6
Olivia Newton-John in concert
The legendary singing sensation will take center stage at the Majestic Theatre for one night only. Although best-known for her iconic role in the classic movie Grease, the concert will be a celebration of her long-running career.